WASHINGTON, June 18 (Ticker) -- The Washington Mystics used a week off to their advantage.

Charlotte Smith-Taylor scored eight of her 11 points in the second overtime as the Mystics posted an 88-78 triumph over the Indiana Fever.

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Quiet virtually the entire way, Smith-Taylor came alive in the second extra session, hitting consecutive 3-pointers that gave the Mystics the lead for good.

Temeka Johnson's basket with 1:17 left in overtime gave the Mystics an 81-73 lead.

Johnson scored 21 points, Alana Beard 18 and DeLisha Milton-Jones 17 for the Mystics, who were playing for the first time since a 78-60 loss at Minnesota on June 11.

Tamika Catchings netted 20 points and rookie Tan White 17 for Indiana, which fell to 1-2 in overtime and lost for the first time in six games against an Eastern Conference opponent.