WASHINGTON MYSTICS (9-13) VS. ATLANTA DREAM (7-15)
Mystics 85 – Dream 78
|TEAM||HIGH PTS||HIGH REB||HIGH AST|
|MYSTICS||Atkins (26)||Hines-Allen (10)||Meesseman, Mitchell (7)|
|DREAM||Laney (27)||Williams (11)||Dietrick (4)|
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- Washington’s win versus Atlanta earned them the eighth seed in the 2020 WNBA playoffs. The Mystics have made the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season and it marks the seventh time in eight seasons.
- The Mystics recorded a franchise-low two turnovers. It is the fewest turnovers by a team this season and the fewest turnovers recorded since 7/12/2000.
- Ariel Atkins led the Mystics with 26 points, her fifth 20+ point game of the season.
- Myisha Hines-Allen totaled 16 points and 10 rebounds, marking her 10th double-double of the season. Hines-Allen’s 10 double-doubles on the season are tied with Candace Parker for the most double-doubles by a player this season.
- Washington totaled 21 assists, the sixth consecutive game they have totaled 20+ assists.
- The Mystics went a perfect 18-18 from the free-throw line, the fourth game this season the team has went perfect from the line.