WASHINGTON MYSTICS (7-13) VS. LOS ANGELES (15-6)
Mystics 80 – Sparks 72
|TEAM||HIGH PTS||HIGH REB||HIGH AST|
|MYSTICS||Hines-Allen (30)||Hines-Allen (8)||Mitchell (9)|
|SPARKS||Gray (21)||Parker (17)||Parker (6)|
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- Myisha Hines-Allen led the Mystics with 30 points, marking her second 30+ points game of the season. Hines-Allen joins Skylar Diggins-Smith (PHX), Diana Taurasi (PHX), DeWanna Bonner (CON) and Betnijah Laney (ATL) to total at least two games of 30+ points this season.
- Washington recorded 24 assists, the fourth consecutive game the Mystics have totaled 20-plus assists.
- Leilani Mitchell led all players with nine assists, her fourth consecutive game of eight or more assists.
- The Mystics totaled 10 steals, the fifth game this season the team has recorded 10 or more steals.
- Washington shot 50.8% from the field, the third consecutive game, and the fifth game this season, they have shot 50.0% or better. When the Mystics shoot 50.0% or better, they post a 4-1 record.