Newly acquired Mystics guard Ivory Latta quickly emerged as the team's floor general and leading scorer for the 2013 season. - Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

2013 Washington Mystics Season: A return to the playoffs, and new GM/HC Mike Thibault is the 2013 WNBA Coach of the Year

The Washington Mystics, led by new General Manager/Head Coach Mike Thibault and newly acquired guard Ivory Latta, improved their 2013 season record to 17-17, after winning only 11 total games in their previous two seasons. Their improved performance helped Thibault win the 2013 Coach of the Year award, while Latta and long time forward Crystal Langhorne made the 2013 All-Star team. The Mystics made the 2013 Playoffs with plenty of momentum, but ultimately fell two games to one to the Atlanta Dream in the first round of the playoffs.

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Thibault reflects on the Mystics' 2013 WNBA season

Prior to the Washington Mystics' loss in the Eastern Conference semifinals, 2013 WNBA Coach of the Year Mike Thibault offered some reflections on his first season coaching in D.C.


ATL beats DC in Game 3 of the Eastern Semifinals

The Dream went on a 27-17 fourth quarter run over the Mystics which helped them earn the victory. The Dream will now host the Indiana Fever in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.


Atlanta blows out DC to extend playoff series

I am mad. Really mad. But at least Tayler Hill showed up to play which makes me feel a bit better, especially for the future.


Mike Thibault is the 2013 Coach of the Year

Today, the WNBA has announced that Washington Mystics General Manager and Head Coach Mike Thibault has won the 2013 Coach of the Year Award. This is Thibault's third time winning it, which ties him with Van Chancellor for the most times a head coach has won the honor. Thibault is also the second head coach to win Coach of the Year with two different teams, joining Dan Hughes who did so with the Cleveland Rockers in 2001 and the San Antonio Silver Stars in 2007.


Mystics beat Dream 71-56, go up 1-0 in Playoffs

Ivory Latta scored 14 points and dished 7 assists, and Crystal Langhorne added 12 points and 15 rebounds to help the Washington Mystics beat the Atlanta Dream, 71-56 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.


Washington Mystics owner Ted Leonsis wants fans to come out and support the team for the playoffs

I often hear from folks asking us to show our commitment to women's basketball. I am hopeful that people in our community see that we care deeply about the team and the league. Now I am hopeful that the fans will return the respect for the game by coming to our playoff game to support the Mystics. The more fans in the building the better the environment and the better the team seems to play. Thank you for caring.

Washington Mystics owner Ted Leonsis on his blog today. We here definitely believe that Ted has been very involved with the team and look forward to seeing it continue both in good times and bad.

Hill leads the way for Washington

Just the Facts, Ma'am: Tayler Hill had 16 points off the bench to lead the Washington Mystics to a 70-52 win over the New York Liberty in their regular season finale. Kia Vaughn added 10 points and 12 rebounds for Washington. Kelsey Bone led New York with 11 points; Toni Young had 10.

For farewells, beginnings, causing trouble, courting trouble, photobombing, free stuff, and well wishes, join your intrepid and conclusive blogger after the jump.


Mystics earn the third seed in the East

Tayler Hill strikes again and leads the way with 16 points as the Mystics get to a 17-17 record for the 2013 season and earn the third seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs.


DC 82, Connecticut 56

The Sun (9-24) only had seven players dressed for the game and were defeated soundly by the Mystics (16-17).  Ivory Latta led the way with 19 points and five assists and had five three pointers.  Tayler Hill tied her career high with 16 points and made four three point shots, continuing her recent stretch of improved play.  In addition to Monique Currie who had 13 points and three made three point shots, the Mystics had an all-time franchise high of 12 made three point shots in the game.

Here is Coach Thibault's post game presser courtesy of Monumental Network:

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Coach Thibault still believes that the team is in a "learning project phase" despite the win.  And he also believes that Hill's "maturation" is coming around.  Either way in the press conference, he believes that DC must be a balanced team in the Playoffs, and I too agree with that assessment, assuming the Mystics do manage to pull off a first round victory.

The Mystics' last regular season game is against the New York Liberty this Sunday, September 15, at 4:00 PM ET at Verizon Center.


DC gets the last playoff berth in the East

With the Washington Mystics (15-17) defeating the Indiana Fever (15-17) 69-67 in a closely contested match all game, DC clinched the last open playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, which is their seventh in franchise history, and first since 2010.


Washington Mystics Q&A Part Three

Here's the last Q&A Zack and I go over for the 2013 regular season, before the playoffs. We did the bulk of this last week and at the time, we didn't really anticipate that the Mystics could be the 2nd place team in the East to close the regular season though it is mostly Atlanta's doing. Still, it hasn't changed much of what we would say.


Depleted Dream lose in overtime to Mystics

Without Tiffany Hayes (knee) and Armintie Herrington (concussion) the Dream found themselves short handed against visiting Washington. They led for most of the game, but a late push by the Mystics handed Atlanta an 85-80 overtime loss.


Lacey deserves some credit for DC's 2013 season

The Washington Mystics are likely making the 2013 playoffs, and some players from the 2012 team, if not before, are leading the way. So, that raises the question as to how much credit that former General Manager and Head Coach Trudi Lacey deserves for this year's team.


Mystics season reflection

The Mystics have had a lot of shortcomings, but a good season overall and they still could make some noise if they get into the playoffs.


Mystics get a monkey off their back

The Mystics refused to be swept by the Atlanta Dream in 2013.


What if the Mystics had the #1 draft pick in 2002?

There are many critical moments in a team's history that could set a franchise forward for years to come or set it back by just as much. Sometimes it happens totally by chance. Since the 2002 WNBA Draft, there has been a lottery system in order to allocate the top draft picks. For the Washington Mystics, they historically have been a perennially bad team, and yet they have never gotten the right draft combination to select some of the league's biggest names during the 2002, 2004, 2009, and 2013 Drafts when they had that chance. So, if I could hit the reset button, I'd like to go back to 2002 when this string of bad luck started, and just be really delusional in this extremely long and optimistic take for the Mystics and see what could have happened if the balls fell their way. What would have happened if the Washington Mystics, instead of the Seattle Storm got the first pick in the 2002 WNBA Draft to select Sue Bird, a guard out of Connecticut?


Q&A: Nadirah McKenith on her impressions of the W

Swish Appeal caught up with St. John's alum and WNBA rookie Nadirah McKenith after the Washington Mystics defeated the New York Liberty on Friday night at the Prudential Center.


Hayes sparks Dream to win over Mystics

Atlanta guard Tiffany Hayes tied her career high with 23 points in just 24 minutes to lead the Dream to a 76-58 victory over the visiting Washington Mystics.


N.Y. looks for road win after home loss to Mystics

The New York Liberty will try to win their third straight game on the road when they face the Minnesota Lynx today. However, when they return from their three-game road trip they will still need to figure out how to win at home, where they have now lost six of their last eight games after Friday night's loss to the Washington Mystics.


Mystics get by Liberty

Just the Facts, Ma'am: Washington withstood a 14-0 first half run by New York to pull out the road win 66-57. Matee Ajavon had 16 points and seven assists for the Mystics. New York was led by the 14 points of Katie Smith.

For pain, suffering, frustration, lost jerseys, a lack of responsibility, and other things I can't remember, join your intrepid and sore blogger after the jump.


Washington Mystics defeat the New York Liberty 66-57

For the Mystics (12-13), Matee Ajavon led the way with 16 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists. She needs to be in the conversation for Most Improved Player of the year considering her performance this year from last. Lang added 14 points, and Tierra Ruffin-Pratt added 12 points. For the Liberty (10-14), Katie Smith led all scorers with 14 points. The win now gives the Mystics more wins than in their last two years combined.


Mystics grab first winning streak since July 16

Crystal Langhorne starred as the Mystics failed to blow out the Sun, but still managed to pull out the victory and keep pace in the Eastern Conference playoff race.


DC 79, Minnesota 75

The Washington Mystics (10-13) beat the Minnesota Lynx (17-4) on the road, 79-75. With the win, the Mystics ended the Lynx's 10 game winning streak and also swept the WNBA's top team in the Western Conference, and the prohibitive favorite for the championship this season. I'll even add this. The Mystics also handed the Lynx their first home loss for 2013. Just. Wow.


Mystics looking for season-changing win

Washington travels to Minnesota for an 8 p.m. showdown on Thursday.


Links: Minnesota wins tenth straight

The Lynx kept rolling and the Fever reached .500 despite Elena Delle Donne's return.


DC's questions on personnel at the trade deadline

The Washington Mystics (9-13) have gone on a four game losing streak since coming back from the All-Star break and are now in fifth place in the Eastern Conference. This raises some serious questions on how they want to approach the rest of the season and beyond in regards to their personnel.


Fourth quarter marks turnaround for Liberty

Just the Facts, Ma'am: The New York Liberty fended off their habitual third quarter malaise to come back and beat the Washington Mystics 93-88. Alex Montgomery and Cappie Pondexter each had 21, with Plenette Pierson chipping in eight points, six rebounds, and 10 assists. Crystal Langhorne led all players with 24 points and 11 rebounds for Washington.

For the cursèd MTA, streaky shooting, momentarily divided loyalties, stripes, and calling it a comeback, join your intrepid and relieved blogger after the jump.


Mystics finally face Liberty

Washington hosts New York at 7 p.m. on Wednesday.


DC 82, Chicago 78

The Washington Mystics (9-9) defeated the Chicago Sky (12-5), after recovering from a bad start to the game.


Open Thread: Three games for Wednesday

Good morning. Every team will play today or tomorrow as they wrap up their schedules before All-Star break. Three games are on today, but two are matinees. Two of them are on NBA TV. Otherwise, turn on LiveAccess.


Washington Mystics GM/HC Mike Thibault's Press Conference after July 21, 2013 loss to the Indiana Fever

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From Monumental Network. Coach Thibault apologized for the team's performance in the game which was bad. He also acknowledged the long term task at hand on what had to be done to make this team a perennial contender.


Indiana Fever beats the Washington Mystics 65-52

  1. Tamika Catchings had a signature game for Indy with 23 points, 10 boards, 6 dimes, 3 steals and 2 blocks. Just one turnover as well.
  2. Indy won six of their last seven games, only loss was vs. Minnesota.
  3. DC had 17 total turnovers compared with 8 assists.
  4. DC only scored 16 points in the first half and less than 10 points in each of the first two quarters.
  5. This was the easily the most pathetic performance I have seen from the Washington Mystics as a team this season.

DC 86, San Antonio 64

The Washington Mystics beat the San Antonio Silver Stars and dominated them in nearly every facet of the game. Rookies Tierra Ruffin-Pratt and Nadirah McKenith led DC with a combined 24 points in the game. The Mystics also went for a nine minute stretch from late in the third quarter until late in the fourth where they went on a 20-0 run.


A post on all three of Monumental Sports' teams

Ted Leonsis and his company, Monumental Sports & Entertainment owns the NHL (Capitals), NBA (Wizards), and WNBA (Mystics) teams in the Washington, DC area. As a fan of all three of the teams, a season ticket holder for two of them, and have seen multiple games for all three of the teams at Verizon Center the past several seasons, here are some thoughts on all three of the teams as a whole in regards to their potential to win DC a championship, all in one post.


Win No. 212

The Mystics overcame their worst offensive performance of the season to help their head coach make history.


DC 62, Seattle 59: Thibault winningest coach ever!

The Washington Mystics (6-6) were rattled by a furious comeback from the Seattle Storm (5-7) after leading by double digits most of the game but managed to pull off another close victory, winning 62-59. The Mystics now have surpassed last season's win total, and General Manager and Head Coach Mike Thibault now has 212 career wins, which is the most of all WNBA head coaches.


Is it good for DC & Seattle to make the playoffs?

This is not a continuation or a rebuttal of Zack's preview, but it's something that has been brewing in my head for some time. Most people will look at a team's win and loss record and use that as a metric on how well the team is doing. But teams also need to look long term and know who they are winning with if they want to be long term contenders and have bright futures and that applies for both the Seattle Storm and the Washington Mystics who coincidentally play against each other later tonight in DC.


Mystics host Storm

Tina Thompson may have announced her plan to retire at the end of the 2013 season, but she is not done being a competitor just yet.


Q&A on the 2013 Mystics season, Part II

Zack and I answer more questions on the Mystics' 2013 season including whether their recent five game losing streak is a cause for concern, and on Ivory Latta's and Crystal Langhorne's All-Star candidacies among other things. You can also read the first one here.


Mystics blow out Shock

The Mystics spread the wealth to help Mike Thibault tie Van Chancellor for most regular season wins by a head coach in WNBA history.


DC 84, Tulsa 61

Mike Thibault and the Washington Mystics beat the Tulsa Shock 84-61 which helped DC match last season's win total. The win also helped Coach T earn his 211th win as a WNBA head coach, tying Van Chancellor's mark for most wins in a head coaching career.


Struggling Mystics take on Shock

The Mystics host the Shock at 4 p.m. Sunday.


Hyped-up Mercury travel to D.C.

The Mystics host the Mercury at 7 p.m. Thursday at Verizon Center.


Mystics lose in L.A., but Tayler Hill is unleashed

Because Albert is too excited to write about the performance of the Washington Mystics' rookies in a loss to L.A.


Should Tayler Hill still be starting for DC?

Last week, I gave my positives and negatives on this season for the Washington Mystics season so far. And no, this is not a post where I'm going to say that I'm taking it all back because the Mystics are now in a two game losing streak given their road losses to Seattle and Phoenix. However, Tayler Hill, the team's first round draft pick has so far failed to deliver as a scorer and other guards on the team have outplayed her on the offensive end. So, should someone else be starting?


Phoenix 90, DC 82

Diana Taurasi had 31 points and 5 assists and Brittney Griner added 21 points to help the Mercury get back to 4-4 for the season by beating the Washington Mystics at home, 90-82. DC falls to 4-3 and is 0-2 on its three game West Coast trip.


A Q&A on DC's hot start to 2013

Zack and I have been providing our takes on this Washington Mystics season, which has gone off to a strong 4-1 start. We now answer six questions regarding on how this team is doing, and what the future could hold for DC. And while we both are happy with the team's overall performance, we also don't necessarily agree on everything.


Mystics spoil Fever's trip to D.C.

Sunday saw Washington pull out yet another exciting victory and extend their winning streak to three games. In their four wins, they have alternated winning by 5 and 4, and one of those contests was tied at the end of regulation. But a win is a win and the Mystics have put themselves in a good position early in the season.


DC 64, Indy 60

The Washington Mystics went on a 21-13 fourth quarter run to help them get to a 4-1 start and defeat an injury-hobbled Indiana Fever team 64-60.


For Fever it's 'back to business' on Sunday

The Indiana Fever are facing an uphill battle in their attempt to repeat in the East, let alone the WNBA. This is in part because the East's worst teams from a year ago, including their next opponent in the Washington Mystics, seem to be new and improved.


Positives & Negatives on DC's season so far

We've gone through four games so far in the 2013 season for the Washington Mystics. Here are my takes on both the things that I like from the team, as well as concerns that I believe need to be rectified.


Mystics shock Lynx

Ivory Latta and Monique Currie starred as the Mystics overcame 64 combined points from Maya Moore, Rebekkah Brunson and Seimone Augustus.


Connecticut facing Washington short-handed

Sun roster depleted after injuries to Renee Montgomery, Tan White.


Ted Leonsis gives his thoughts on his network

From a blog post today, Washington Mystics owner Ted Leonsis gave more details on his thoughts regarding the announcement that Monumental Network would be streaming all Mystics games for fans this season.

Some of the possible issues that he had with the Mystics' previous broadcaster, Comcast SportsNet were that the network only played some home games for the Mystics last several years. Leonsis wanted to secure a way for fans to watch at least every home game for free on some medium. Monumental Network allows him to do that and Comcast just wasn't going to cut it for him. Maybe at some point, Monumental could also have Mystics road games too and have a dedicated broadcasting crew for everything. That would allow Mystics fans to watch every game without needing LiveAccess.

Some people may be thinking that only offering games online is not good enough. These people may believe that Leonsis is not working hard enough for the Mystics as he is for the Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals NBA and NHL teams which he is better known for owning.

But let's take a step back and look at the media we use today, especially the Internet. Back in the early 2000's, most of us only had dial up internet access if any at all and could only access it through a computer. Today, high speed internet is the norm. We watch tons of streaming content on YouTube, and you may be watching stuff on Netflix, Hulu, and other mediums. It's no different in sports either when you're watching NBA League Pass Broadband in the winter or WNBA LiveAccess right now. And to top it off, you can watch live streaming games on your computer, your mobile device, or even hook your device up to watch on the TV for that matter. The bottom line is that TV isn't the medium that it once was 10 years or even five years ago.

I'm siding with Ted on this one that streaming video content is the future of sports media. I'm also a bit forward thinking on this and said it last week and will say it a bit more strongly now. I look forward to the day that I can watch the Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals through a trusted online medium which gives me more flexibility on how I watch my sports programming and am glad that Monumental Network appears to be headed in that direction as well.


Mystics come up short in home opener

The Mystics fell to .500, while the undefeated Dream impressed with their third comfortable victory of 2013.


Monumental Sports airing Mystics home games online

Today, Monumental Sports & Entertainment announced that it will stream all 17 home games for the Washington Mystics for free through Monumental Network. The Mystics which are owned by one of the largest ownership groups in the WNBA, are the first team to air games exclusively through its own online platform.

In a statement, owner Ted Leonsis said this about the announcement:

We have seen Monumental Network continue to grow and establish itself as a top source for local sports information and programming, and the addition of live games is the logical next step for us. We are also pleased that our first foray into live game broadcasting will allow us to feature the Mystics and provide a platform for both them and the WNBA.

The free viewing through Monumental Network only applies for people who live within 75 miles of Washington, DC. With locals now able to watch Mystics home games online for free, LiveAccess will be blacking them out. But for those who do live outside of the DC area. they can still watch games on LiveAccess.

This doesn't come as any surprise to me because Monumental Sports has already archived the Mystics' preseason game vs. Brazil on May 15. In addition, Leonsis has been pretty open about trying to increase revenues for Monumental Sports, and having a platform like Monumental Network allows that to happen.

Though this is speculation on my part, it also wouldn't surprise me if Washington Wizards basketball and Washington Capitals hockey home games will also be available for live streaming through Monumental Network at some point. It should be noted that the team documentaries for the teams: Caps Red Line, Wizards Magazine, and Mystics Magazine used to be aired on TV through Comcast SportsNet but now are only on Monumental Network.


Mystics open season at Tulsa on ESPN2

Monday afternoon's game between the Shock and Mystics will feature two of the bottom three teams in the WNBA last year, both of who will look to the rookie guards they drafted in the first round.


DC's Offseason StoryStream bids adieu

If you've kept in the loop on the 12 WNBA teams through our offseason StoryStreams, you've probably noticed that the Washington Mystics had the most stuff. And now the season will begin on Memorial Day. Therefore, that means that we're going to bid adieu to this offseason StoryStream, which pretty much shows the spectrum of emotions that many Mystics fans had since the end of last season, and on a personal level, not to sound self serving, it is to a large degree all mine.

Obviously the 2012-2013 offseason started on a somewhat expected note, starting with the termination of former General Manager/Head Coach Trudi Lacey. But right after that things just seemed to take a huge nosedive when the Mystics ended up with the 4th pick in the WNBA Draft. That prompted the Manifesto, which you can find in the Stream.

Between that time and late November after Mike Thibault was terminated by Connecticut, many wondered whether the lottery balls could have spelled the franchise's demise though nothing else besides speculation seemed to indicate otherwise. When Thibault was shown the door in Connecticut, like many others I prayed that Ted Leonsis would hire him.

Fortunately in December, my prayers were answered, and Mike Thibault came to DC as a true A-List head coach where he was confident that he can turn things around, but said there are no shortcuts. After then, he began to make his mark on the team by signing Ivory Latta in free agency, making a couple moves to pick up Kia Vaughn, and also acquired Quanitra Hollingsworth with a third round pick that didn't figure to make the team anyway. These were moves that I thought were impossible before he came to town.

Then in the Draft, he ultimately decided to go with Option 1 of the Manifesto, by selecting Tayler Hill with the first round selection, then going with Nadirah McKenith and Emma Meesseman with his remaining selections. All three are on the opening day roster. He also acquired another rookie guard who's on the team with Tierra Ruffin-Pratt who could also add more positive contributions. Finally, though he did ultimately keep all of the team's top players from the 2012 season, they come to DC this year realizing that nothing is guaranteed with a respected figure like Mike Thibault and hopefully this gets them to play at a higher level than last.

With that said, we now head to the 2013 season.

As some of you have already seen, another member of our team, Zack, who has written a good number of posts on the Maryland women's basketball team this past season will also do the same for the Mystics this summer and some of his pieces on the DC team are out already. I am pleased to tell you that he'll be writing more game stories, give more of a "media-side" take on the team, in particular for games at the Verizon Center this summer.

I'll still be providing a perspective as a fan and try to have some other fans put their thoughts down too, because, I'm only one guy and certainly don't represent everyone who follows this team.

So in the end, we say goodbye to the 2012-2013 Mystics offseason StoryStream, from the standpoint of being a constantly updated feed (you'll still be able to read everything on here), and we look forward to the 2013 Mystics season StoryStream as we get to see how Mike Thibault begins his rebuild of this team.


Mystics cut Peddy, set final roster

The Washington Mystics now have their final roster. Read here from their website on more.


Are new pieces enough to make Mystics competitive?

Washington had a rough 2012 and is trying to turn things around in 2013 despite not drafting one of the "Three to See."


A WNBA fan's Taylor Swift parody for Mystics fans

Tonight, the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas will be on television. You can watch it on ABC at 8:00 PM Eastern after the conclusion of Game 1 of the NBA Western Conference Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Memphis Grizzlies which the Spurs won pretty soundly, 105-83. Even better, one of the main subjects of this post, country/pop singer Taylor Swift will be there and is expected to perform too! And one of our community members wrote up a parody of one of her songs as it relates to Washington Mystics fans and their former guard Natalie Novosel, who was cut last Thursday.


Novosel and Mingo cut from DC

Today, per the Washington Mystics' Twitter page ,they have waived forward Drey Mingo and guard Natalie Novosel. The roster's now at 12 players.

I know that with Novosel's departure, I now look like a fool. I seriously thought she was going to make this team given the relative lack of wing players on the roster. And yes, I wanted her to get a chance to show what she can do and I'll be the first to say that I'm very disappointed that it looks like she won't have that chance at least here in DC.

But having said that, Coach Thibault has made a promise to all fans that he is not signing or keeping anyone simply for sentimental reasons or for Our Girls Syndrome (OGS) reasons. Basketball will be why a player has or doesn't have a job in this league.

Trading away Jasmine Thomas was indicative of that. Not drafting Tianna Hawkins or Sugar Rodgers at #4 when Tayler Hill was the best choice is also indicative of that and there were a number of fans who wanted them here at that spot. After all Christy Winters-Scott at some point thought she'd be a great fit. And yes, cutting Natalie Novosel if she's not good enough for this team right now, which is what Coach Thibault has determined, is also indicative of that. Because I have faith in him and the way he's running this team, I support his decision.

With Novosel out, this also indicates that NONE of the Mystics' Draft Picks or acquired first round draft picks from the previous GM/coaching regime will return for 2013 in the Thibault era. Those players are Ta'Shia Phillips, Victoria Dunlap, and Jasmine Thomas (who was technically a Storm draft pick) from 2011; and LaSondra Barrett and now Natalie Novosel from 2012.

I'm kind of bummed, but like I said, I want Mike Thibault to rebuild this team for sustained long term success, and if this is what he has to do, this is what he has to do.

And yes, we all wish Natalie Novosel and Drey Mingo the best as they try to find roles on other WNBA teams.

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