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Mystics Hang on for Third Straight

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The Shock made it interesting in the fourth quarter, but the Mystics hung on for an 82-77 win on Friday night at Verizon Center. Ivory Latta led the team with 17 points, while Monique Currie made 16 free-throws and finished with 16p-9r in the team's third straight victory. More: Recap | Box Score | Photos | Video: Thibault | Latta | Currie

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Mystics Rally, Take Down Sun

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Thanks to a 30 point fourth quarter, the Mystics cruised to an 89-75 victory over the Connecticut Sun on Wednesday afternoon. Ivory Latta led the team with 23 points and six assists, while Mo Currie finished with 17 in the team's fourth win in their last five games. More: Box Score | Game Recap | Video: Thibault | Latta | Currie | Dolson | Photos

East Tops West, 125-124 in OT

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Ivory Latta, representing the Mystics at 2014 WNBA All-Star Game, finished with two points, one assist, one rebound and one steal as the East came back to beat the West, 125-124 in overtime on Saturday afternoon in Phoenix. Game Info | Latta Photos | Read: Latta an All-Star Again | Press Release

Mystics Hold On in LA

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The Sparks made a late charge, but the Mystics held on to get the victory on Thursday night in LA, 79-75. Tierra Ruffin-Pratt stole the show by shooting a near perfect 7/8 from the field for 18 points while Currie scored 16 and Latta had 15. Box Score | Photos

Mercury Too Much for Mystics

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The red hot Mercury got their 11th straight victory, taking down the Mystics on Tuesday night in Phoenix, 90-78. All five starters scored in double figures for Washington, led by Currie with 19 and Hartley with 15. Box Score
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