The Washington Mystics played well last night. Last night the Mystics defeated the Los Angeles Sparks 95 to 66 in Washington DC. Both teams played a rough game. After the first quarter, the Mystics dominated the rest of the game.
The Los Angeles Sparks played a tough game last night. The leading players on the Sparks are the following; Chelsea Gray, Riquna Williams, Nneka Ogwumike and Candace Parker. Chelsea Gray played for 28 minutes. Within those 28 minutes, Gray scored 12 points had four rebounds and seven assists. Riquna Williams played for 27 minutes. Within those 27 minutes, Williams scored six points had zero assists and had five rebounds. Nneka Ogwumike played for 25 minutes. Within those 25 minutes Ogwumike scored 10 points, had one assist and had six rebounds. Candace Parker played for 18 minutes. Within those 18 minutes, Parker scored 12 points, had three rebounds and one assist. After this loss, the Los Angeles Sparks record is 18 wins and 11 losses.
The Washington Mystics outplayed the Los Angeles Sparks the entire game. The leading Mystics players are the following; Natasha Cloud, Elena Delle Donne and Aerial Powers. Natasha Cloud played 25 minutes. Within those 25 minutes, Cloud scored 15 points, had zero rebounds and six assists. Elena Delle Donne played for 23 minutes. Within those 23 minutes, Delle Donne scored 14 points, had five rebounds and four assists. Aerial Powers played for 22 minutes. Within 22 minutes, Powers scored 20 points, four rebounds and had zero assists. Powers was also the led scorer last night for the Mystics. After last nights game, the Washington Mystics have increased their record to 22 wins and eight losses.
Both the Mystics and the Sparks are the number one seeds in their conferences. The Sparks are back in action tomorrow at 7 pm. They will be traveling to Indiana to take on the Fever. The Mystics get a little break in their schedule. The Mystics will be traveling to Dallas to take on the Wing this Saturday at 8 pm.