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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Nikki Mccray
South Carolina coach Dawn Staley was pleased with her team's victory over Florida on Sunday.
Florida coach Amanda Butler saw the defense she wanted from her team against high-scoring No. 4 South Carolina. Things were far different, however, on offense.
South Carolina leads the Southeastern Conference and coach Dawn Staley believes her young club can stay on top for a while.
In the shadow of a 4-14 first half of a another disappointing season, the Washington Mystics took a moment to remember better days. The organization will commemorate its 15th WNBA season with the unveiling of the all-time Mystics team. The celebration will take place at halftime of Sunday's game against the Chicago Sky, Washington's first at home after the Olympic break.