Sunday, June 03, 2007

0 and 6 . . . Although the Mystics lost to the Fever tonight in Indy, 70-66, they did make a game of it. Despite failing to take advantage of the Fever's early shooting troubles, the Mystics did not give up, they played tough down the stretch, and they had a chance to win. The critical shots simply did not fall their way. Diva Tamara James had a career night, leading the Mystics with 17 points, 5 steals, 4 assists, and only 1 turnover. Here's hoping that the Mystics use their four-day layoff to regroup and even up the series with Indy when the two teams meet again on Friday at the Phone Booth.

4 Comments:

At 10:18 PM, Anonymous Mystics Motivator said...

The Mystics outplayed the Fever in just about every catagory except the Final Score. The Fever won the game on the free throw line, or better known as the Charity Stripe.

Mystics 34 Personal fouls
Fever 19 """"""""""""""

Mystics 12 - 16 from the line
Fever 31 - 36 """""""""""""

Need I say more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
At 7:38 AM, Anonymous Stewart said...

I guess all we can do at this point is celebrate those "moral" victories. We hung tough and TJ had a career night. Not the way I expected us to celebrate our 10th anniversary. Despite it all, they'll still get my support.

 
At 8:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The free throw differential was big, but so were rebounds (31 - 20). At least they didn't come apart in the last quarter. I think the season may be a loss, so it might be fun to watch the development of young players like Tamara James.

 
At 11:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe, just maybe, it would have been wise to keep Allyson Hardy on board?

 

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