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"That's not what a leader does,” Beal says. “Your job is supposed to bring everybody together.”
Strong start to the season helps back up conference’s promotion of itself as a “Power Six” league.
The 81-70 loss in WNBA semifinals shows the team just how far it has to go.
The Washington Mystics acknowledge their opponents’ vast experience as they try to avoid a sweep in the semifinals.
Elena Delle Donne, Kristi Toliver score 25 apiece but Minnesota rallies to move within one game of advancing.
The move, should Game 4 vs. the Lynx be necessary, would mean every team left in the WNBA playoff field has been bumped from its home arena.
After being overpowered by top-seeded Minnesota, Washington prepares for Game 2 embracing its underdog status.
Top-seeded Minnesota shoots 58.3 percent from the field to open the best-of-five semifinals with a 101-81 win.
The nonconference schedule is forgiving, with one road game and scant major competition.
Point guard has taken a vocal role for a Washington team that is finally healthy.