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It's been a difficult time of late for the Washington Mystics, who went 0-3 on the road last week against Indiana, Atlanta and New York. Their homecoming present was no gift either, a matchup with the Eastern Conference leading Connecticut Sun.
Slumped over in the last seat of the Washington bench, starting forward Matee Ajavon sat stagnant, her left hand propping up her head as she watched the Mystics on the court try to keep theirs above water.
Ann Wauters had 14 points and seven rebounds to help the Seattle Storm beat the Washington Mystics 72-55 on Sunday for their fourth consecutive victory after a 1-7 start.
The Washington Mystics players will be the first to deny that this season bears a strong resemblance to last one. Their 1-5 start may make that a hard sell.
The Washington Mystics' four returning players are ready to stop talking, and thinking, about last season.
Crystal Langhorne spent the WNBA offseason playing in Moscow, but she knew what was happening with the Washington Mystics every step of the way. Coach and general manager Trudi Lacey kept her in the loop.
Monique Currie spent a frustrating season on the Washington Mystics' bench last year, recovering from an ACL injury to her left knee.
Sophia Young and Becky Hammon stepped up for playoff-bound San Antonio and ended Washington's lost season with another loss.
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.