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Topic - Sancho Lyttle
After a few days of turmoil, the Atlanta Dream finally had something to feel good about Thursday night.
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.
Improved scoring balance has the Atlanta Dream peaking at the right time.
A look at the two WNBA conference finals series, which start Thursday:
A look at the four first-round series in the WNBA playoffs, which start Thursday:
The Washington Mystics entered their third meeting of the season against the Atlanta Dream with optimism.
Even with a depleted roster, Crystal Langhorne loves the Washington Mystics' tough spirit.
"We got Fred's first win and we're happy," said Sancho Lyttle, who added 11 points and nine rebounds. "We've going to take this one game at a time. We don't know what is going to happen."