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"I really think I can say it can't get any worse than it did last year," forward Monique Currie said, reflecting on the Mystics' 5-29 record. Of course, a year ago, similar rock-bottom statements were made following a six-win season — then things got worse.
Albert Lee, a five-year Washington Mystics season ticket holder, was on the fence about renewing his seats. Once he heard the team had fired coach and general manager Trudi Lacey on Monday, he made his decision.
Courtney Vandersloot scored 20 points to help the Chicago Sky beat the Washington Mystics 77-58 on Saturday night, handing the last-place Mystics their 13th straight loss.
Cappie Pondexter scored 22 points to lead the New York Liberty to a 75-62 victory over the last-place Washington Mystics on Wednesday night.
With just more than two minutes left to play, during the game's final timeout, Washington Mystics coach Trudi Lacey glanced down at the Tulsa bench. For a brief moment, Lacey smiled. Then just as quickly, her expression became serious again as she knelt down and began to address her team.
Her hair is a little longer, her smile is a little broader and her competitive spirit is stronger than ever. For Washington Mystics All-Star Alana Beard, missing all of last season could have left her feeling discouraged. Instead, she said it changed her for the better.
Angel McCoughtry scored 28 points and Coco Miller scored 21 in her first start of the season to help the Atlanta Dream upset the top-seeded Washington Mystics 95-90 in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal Wednesday night.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney is out of intensive care but still in the hospital more than five weeks after being admitted for his latest heart problems, his daughter said Sunday.