Sunday, June 25, 2006

Not in Our House. The Mystics remain perfect at home (7-0), beating the Eastern-Conference-leading Connecticut Sun tonight, 87-80. The DeLisha-less Mystics played a spectacular game, which is exactly what was needed to beat the talented Connecticut team. The Mystics shot nearly 54% from the field, 44% from behind the arc, and out rebounded Connecticut, 36-28. Chasity Melvin had a monster night, scoring a season-high 25 points to go along with 10 rebounds. The Mystics showed a toughness tonight that was very impressive. When Connecticut made the run that everybody knew was coming, the Mystics responded like good teams do: they bent, but did not break.

If you live in the DC area and you weren't there, well, you missed a great game. And if you live elsewhere, you can read more in tomorrow's papers. (Even more. And still more. Plus this. ) Since the BasketCases didn't get the free ice cream sundaes, we are headed for Baskin-Robbins. See you later.

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Before we go. . . Yes, the Terps were in the house (including the previously unannounced Marissa Coleman). Halftime started with a Jumbotron replay of "The Shot" by Kristi Toliver as the Terps took the court to a round of cheers. Coach Frese said a few words and encouraged Mystics fans to come see the Terps next season. So what could be better? Mystics, Terps, and ice cream!

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