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When Erika de Souza decided to leave the Atlanta Dream in the middle of the WNBA playoffs to help her native Brazil qualify for the Olympics, Lindsey Harding and the rest of the Dream managed to get by.
The Braves blew it. The Falcons are struggling. The Thrashers are gone. The Hawks? Who knows when they'll play another game.
Improved scoring balance has the Atlanta Dream peaking at the right time.
Even with a depleted roster, Crystal Langhorne loves the Washington Mystics' tough spirit.
Lindsey Harding says it didn't take long for her to see Atlanta's players are hungry for another run at a championship after being swept by Seattle in last season's WNBA finals.
After being swept by Seattle in last season's WNBA finals, the Atlanta Dream are back with new point guard Lindsey Harding as another scorer on an already potent attack.
Angel McCoughtry scored 28 points and Coco Miller scored 21 in her first start of the season to help the Atlanta Dream upset the top-seeded Washington Mystics 95-90 in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal Wednesday night.
CHICAGO — Digging holes is something the Washington Mystics have gotten used to this season, but last night they were able to pull themselves out of one with a fourth-quarter comeback.
"I think that the difference in the game was definitely rebounding," Meadors said. "They outrebounded us 40-28 and I thought that was a huge, huge gap that we haven't faced in a long time."
"Been a long time," Dream coach Marynell Meadors said of when the teams played in June. "Seems like it was two years ago. I just feel like we've gotten better, but they've also gotten better. So I think it's going to be a great series."