If you haven’t noticed by now, we have been putting out a lot of content this past week about the WNBA’s Washington Mystics. While it may not be the most mainstream sports team out there, it is certainly a strong brand and a franchise that is on the leading edge of enhancing the spectator experience … More So, What Is Mystics Live?
The Washington Mystics beat the New York Liberty by a whopping 33 points, their largest margin of victory on the season.
The Mystics’ comeback fell just short as the Chicago Sky held on to win 72-69 on Wednesday afternoon. The Mystics started off slow, recording a season-low three field goals in the first quarter while shooting 3-26 to start the game. Monique Currie, who tallied 20 points on Wednesday, sparked the Mystics offense by scoring six … More Washington Mystics Fall Just Short against Chicago Sky
Like former Hoya great Allen Iverson, Ivory Latta can cross you up in her signature shoe. Latta is not afraid to make that comparison either, as she mentioned in her recent interview with Nick Metallinos (@nickmetallinos) from starting5online.com. Latta says that the company Infinity allowed her to design the shoe in any fashion she desired.
The University of Connecticut’s women’s basketball program has left a dynastic imprint on women’s basketball in the past two decades, churning out WNBA stars by the dozen. Maya Moore, Sue Bird, and Diana Taurasi are just a few from a long list of great players. However, none of these players have attempted to reunite at … More Geno Auriemma’s Big Three
Last week, Mystics blogger Albert Lee (@aleeinthedmv) noted how an improvement in three-point shooting has helped lead to the Washington Mystics’ recent success. The WNBA, as a whole, is becoming a league where the three-point shot is key to winning championships.