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Latest Monique Currie Items
Although only 28 years old, several of Nikki Teasley's Washington Mystics teammates joke about her being an "old lady."
Not a week goes by that Washington Mystics forward Tamara James doesn't write on the marker board.
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.
With the Washington Mystics trailing the visiting Los Angeles Sparks by five points at the end of the third quarter, Tree Rollins warned his team of what could happen.
Alana Beard and Monique Currie practiced against each other with such intensity at Duke that their coaches wondered whether the two star guards would come to blows.
It's probably not easy to watch the last-place Washington Mystics play lately, and DeLisha Milton-Jones took the microphone before last night's game to show gratitude for the few who came to Verizon Center.
The coach resigned. The starting small forward retired. The player with the biggest presence inside was traded, leaving a sizable void in the middle. And, heading into the third week of the season, they still have not won a game.