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It was a signature win for the Mystics — a 67-66 upset victory over the Indiana Fever on June 15. For Mystics guard Shannon Bobbitt, it was a statement game.
Awvee Storey is a familiar presence on the Verizon Center practice court. Years ago, he was guarding his NBA teammates Gilbert Arenas and Caron Butler. Today, he's running drills with Mystics guards Jasmine Thomas and Shannon Bobbitt.
Monique Currie breathed a sigh of relief. The seven-year Mystics forward recently found herself in a reserve role for the first time in her career and spent the past six games coming off the bench.
The Washington Mystics ended their four-game losing streak after a dominating 22-point, 13-rebound effort from forward Crystal Langhorne. But it was perhaps the emotion of the game sparked by their newest player that was the difference in a gut-wrenching 67-66 win over the Indiana Fever at Verizon Center.