WASHINGTON MYSTICS (6-13) VS. MINNESOTA LYNX (13-7)
Mystics 89 – Lynx 86
|TEAM||HIGH PTS||HIGH REB||HIGH AST|
|MYSTICS||Hines-Allen (26)||Hines-Allen (9)||Mitchell (10)|
|LYNX||Collier (21)||Collier (11)||Dangerfield (7)|
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- Myisha Hines-Allen led the Mystics with 26 points, her fifth 20+ point game this season. Hines-Allen totaled 19 first half points, tying the most first-half points she has scored this season (19 points, 7/25 vs. IND).
- Washington totaled 22 assists, the eighth time this season the Mystics have totaled 20+ assists in a game and the third consecutive game.
- Leilani Mitchell totaled 10 assists the second time this season she has totaled 10+ assists in a game this season. Over the last three games, Mitchell is averaging 10.3 assists per game.
- Hines-Allen (26), Emma Meesseman (18) and Ariel Atkins (18) all scored 15+ points, the third consecutive game, and the fourth game this season, that three Washington players have all totaled 15 or more points in a game.
- Washington forced 15 Lynx turnovers, the 12th time this season that the Mystics have forced 15 or more turnovers.
- The Mystics shot 54.1% from the field. The fourth game this season that Washington has shot 50.0% or better from the field.