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Recap: Mystics make WNBA-record 18 threes, win 107-68

The Washington Mystics (20-7) are on another level right now. They won their sixth consecutive game, beating the Indiana Fever (9-17), 101-68. That’s right, Washington won by 39 points! Elena Delle Donne led Washington’s scorers with 25 points and Aerial...

Meesseman and Mestdagh were childhood neighbors

On Thursday, Kelyn Soong of The Washington City Paper wrote a column on Washington Mystics forward Emma Meesseman and guard Kim Mestdagh. As you might have read on this site, the two players aren’t just from Belgium. They are...

BIG3 Week 9 Preview: All 12 teams will play Saturday before playoffs

It’s the last week of the BIG3 3x3 summer professional league. All teams will be playing on Saturday only. The Triplets (6-1) and the Power (5-2) have long secured the first two playoff spots, while the final two spots...

Recap: Meesseman leads Mystics in 86-79 win

The Washington Mystics defeated the Minnesota Lynx, 86-79 in Minneapolis. Washington has now swept the Lynx and also beat them twice in five days. In this game, Emma Meesseman led Washington with 17 points and 8 assists, including making 3-of-4...

Podcast: Tomas Satoransky: The good, the bad and the ugly

Troy Haliburton is the new host of the by-now-famous Locked On Wizards podcast, and kindly hosted me today in his studio in downtown DC. We went over Tomas Satoransky’s tenure as a Wizard, his relationships with the front-office, with...

Preview: Mystics play Lynx on Friday

The Mystics (18-7) will face the Lynx (13-12) for the third time during this regular season. Their preseason matchup resulted in a loss for the Mystics, but they followed with two wins when it counted. Now, they have a...

Leonsis talked to 78 people for advice on Wizards’ front office reboot

The Washington Wizards had a long process deciding what route to take with their basketball operations before deciding to create Monumental Basketball, an umbrella shared services organization that also includes the Washington Mystics, Capital Go-Go and Wizards District Gaming. In...

Mystics dominate Storm, 88-59

The Washington Mystics defeated the Seattle Storm, 88-59 on Thursday evening at the Entertainment and Sports Arena in Congress Heights. Tianna Hawkins came up big for Washington. She scored all 14 of her points in the first half. They helped...

Wizards announce 2019-20 NBA preseason schedule

On Wednesday, the Wizards announced their 2019-20 NBA preseason schedule. The Wizards will have games against three Eastern Conference teams, including a home-and-home against the New York Knicks. The Wizards will have five preseason games, three of them at...

The Wizards now “Trust The Process”

Once upon a time, Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis proclaimed that his team will “will never, ever tank.” Then he fired Ernie Grunfeld, replaced him with Tommy Sheppard, and completely restructured the front office with new hires, including former Cleveland...

Preview: Mystics host Storm on Wednesday

The Washington Mystics (17-7) will face the Seattle Storm (14-11) for the third time this season. In their first meeting, Washington lost 74-71. The Mystics followed up that loss with 20-point win against Seattle on the road. When: Wednesday...

Interview: Meesseman on team motivation, sixth-woman role

Emma Meesseman is one of the Washington Mystics’ biggest assets. Having her back on floor after playing with the Belgium women’s national team in Women’s EuroBasket has been a big help to Washington as a whole. One thing that...

Podcast: Chronicling Beal’s past, present and future

The NBA Summer Slowdown is upon us and in full effect. In the coming weeks, we will take a look at how Rui Hachimura and the Japanese men’s national team fares in the FIBA World Cup. But that doesn’t...

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Wizards release 2019-20 NBA season schedule

On Monday, the Wizards released their 2019-20 regular season schedule. They begin on Wednesday, Oct. 23 against the Dallas Mavericks on the road for a three-game road trip. Washington’s first home game is on Wednesday, Oct. 30 when they...

Just give EDD the WNBA MVP Award already!

The Mystics are heading into the homestretch of the 2019 WNBA season. They’re now the top team in the regular season standings! And Elena Delle Donne keeps racking up WNBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week awards. Yup, she...

BIG3 Recap: Enemies upset by 3 Headed Monsters

BIG3 Week 8 consisted of only three games as other teams were on a scheduled bye week. First game of the night was the Enemies vs 3 Headed Monsters followed by Tri-State/Power, and Ghost Ballers/Trilogy. Some teams are a...

Recap: Meesseman scores 25 in Mystics’ 101-78 win vs. Lynx

The Washington Mystics defeated the Minnesota Lynx, 101-78. That isn’t particularly surprising. But Emma Meesseman scored 25 points on 9-of-13 shooting to lead Washington in their latest game. The 2019 WNBA season has been a story about the maturity and...

Preview: Mystics host Lynx on Sunday afternoon

This will be the second meeting between the two teams. Mystics visited Minnesota on July 24 winning the first meeting 79-71. Kristi Toliver had 32 points, six assists, and three steals in the game. Here’s a preview below for...

Interview: Hines-Allen on younger brother playing for NFL’s Jaguars

Upon entering the Entertainment and Sports Arena for a home game hosting the Indiana Fever, Mystics forward Myisha Hines-Allen was seen sporting a Jacksonville Jaguars NFL jersey. But not just any jersey, it was No. 41, the number her...

BIG3 Week 8 Preview: Arenas, Enemies take on 3 Headed Monsters

It’s the second to last week of the BIG3 summer professional 3x3 league before the playoffs begin. This is also a bye week for most teams, so Saturday night will only show three games and there will be no...