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Get excited Mystics fans! Swish Appeal’s Zack Ward teamed up with Albert Lee of Bullets Forever, Jenn Hatfield of The Next and Her Hoop Stats and Stéphanie Lahaye of Swish Swish to preview the 2021 Washington Mystics.
Will it be the Washington Mystics or the Connecticut Sun to win a first-ever championship for their franchise? Game 1 of the 2019 WNBA Finals tips off on Sunday, Sept. 29, at 3 p.m. ET (ESPN).
The Sun, Sparks, Aces, Sky and Storm defeated Washington at least once in the regular season. Let’s look at their chances on a team-by-team basis.
Courtney Williams scored 26 points and Alyssa Thomas added 20 for the Connecticut Sun in their big win over the New York Liberty. Marine Johannes led New York with 21 points in the loss.
Injury-depleted rosters, a brawl, a changing of the guard. Swish Appeal dives into the "noisy" and "inconsistent," yet "satisfying" and "refreshing" season. But it wouldn’t be a roundtable without playoff predictions.
The Minnesota Lynx blew out the Connecticut Sun on Friday night behind Sylvia Fowles’ double-double and the team’s 27 assists.
Against the Connecticut Sun on Friday, the Minnesota Lynx will look to improve their position in a packed middle of the WNBA standings. Later, the Las Vegas Aces host the Chicago Sky with playoff positioning on the line.
The Los Angeles Sparks and Phoenix Mercury meet tonight in a late evening match on ESPN2. In other WNBA action, the Washington Mystics host the Indiana Fever and the Seattle Storm host the Dallas Wings.
Elena Delle Donne scored 29 points for the Washington Mystics on Friday night as they won their fifth consecutive game. Natasha Howard scored 26 points to lead the Seattle Storm.