Well, it doesn’t have the same ring as Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!, but you get the idea.
Tomorrow (7/31) is going to be a big day in the W. Sure, there is a four game line up with several teams in the playoff hunt. But there will be one game everyone will be watching, as the red hot Phoenix Mercury travel to the twin cities to take on their Western Conference rivals, the Minnesota Lynx.
Washington, DC (Sports Network) - Crystal Langhorne netted a game-high 22
points and pulled down 13 rebounds on Friday and the Washington Mystics held
on for a 67-66 win over the Indiana Fever at Verizon Center.
Uncasville, CT (Sports Network) - Tina Charles poured in a game-high 20 points
to go with eight rebounds as the Connecticut Sun dominated the New York
Liberty, 97-55, Friday night at Mohegan Sun Arena.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington Mystics announced today they have released starting point guard Dominique Canty and signed free agent guard Shannon Bobbitt. The move by General Manager and Head Coach Trudi Lacey comes amid a four-game losing streak by the Mystics, who are 1-5 on the season.
The best thing about Erica McCall is the big smile that’s nearly always on her face. The positive attitude of the 6-3 forward is evident in every part of her game. She hustles after loose balls, sprints the floor, takes instruction well and is constantly encouraging her teammates.
“I just want to be the best I can be,” says McCall, who was named the All-Area MVP by the Bakersfield Californian.