The Mystics Are Heading To The Finals

The Mystics beat the Aces 94 to 90.

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Tuesday night the Washington Mystics and the Las Vegas Aces went head to head in game four. Both teams played hard to the last minute. The Mystics beat the Aces 94 to 90, which resulted with the Aces being eliminated from the semifinals.

The Las Vegas Aces

The Las Vegas Aces played hard to the end Tuesday night. The leading players for the Aces are the following; Liz Cambage, Dearica Hamby and Kelsey Plum. Liz Cambage led her team in points and rebounds. Cambage played for a total of 35 minutes in Tuesday night’s game. Within those 35 minutes, she scored 25 points, had 12 rebounds and two assists. Dearica Hamby led the Aces in assists. Hamby played for a total of 29 minutes and within those 29 minutes, she had seven assists, 11 rebounds and scored 18 points. Kelsey Plum played a touch game with her teammates. Plum played for a total of 40 minutes. Within those 40 minutes, she scored 17 points, had two rebounds and five assists.

The Washington Mystics

The Washington Mystics did not have an easy battle during Tuesday night’s game. There were several led changes during game four, however, the Mystics came out on top. The three ladies that led the Mystics to their win are the following; Elena Delle Donne, Emma Meesseman, and Kristi Toliver. This year WNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne played a stellar game last night. Donne led her team in points and tied in rebounds with LaTonya Sander and Natasha Cloud. Donne played for 37 minutes and within those 37 minutes, she scored 25 points, one assist and had six rebounds. Emma Meesseman played for 25 minutes and within those 25 minutes, Meesseman scored 22 points, had three rebounds and three assists. Kristi Toliver led her team in assist. Toliver played for 36 minutes and within those 36 minutes, she had nine assists, had one rebound and scored 20 points.

The WNBA Finals will officially be the Washington Mystics vs the Connecticut Sun. The WNBA Finals will begin Sunday, September 29th at 3 pm. Both teams dominated the Eastern Conference this season. This WNBA Finals will be a must-see.

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