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The Mystics traded popular forward Marissa Coleman to the Los Angeles Sparks for guard Noelle Quinn on Wednesday.
In what has been a flat-out awful season for the Washington Mystics (5-24), the unexpected return of Monique Currie to the lineup could provide the spark to help pull them out of a nine-game losing streak.
It was an all-too-familiar scene in the Washington Mystics' locker room. Players sat in front of their lockers, ice packs taped over knees and ankles, with expressions ranging from disappointment to disbelief that another close game had slipped away.
Coming off a nine-day layoff, New York struggled with rust and last-place Washington before making enough big plays down the stretch to pull out another win.
The Maryland women's basketball team has been in this position before. As a top-two seed in the NCAA tournament for a third consecutive season, the Terrapins are becoming perennial favorites.
After winning the 2006 national championship, Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese wrote a book titled "Overtime is Our Time." Yesterday, the Terrapins had to draw upon their old ways to secure a win.
Basketball is a game of runs, and last night the Maryland women made the final push.