Well now it's over. The Seattle Storm are WNBA champions and completed a 3-game sweep of the Washington Mystics with a 98-82 win that showed exactly why they deserve to be WNBA champions. Sue Bird can still do it, even at the age of 37 and being the oldest player
This is it. Do-or die time. Wednesday night, the Washington Mystics will have their backs against the wall as they look to rebound from a heartbreaking 75-73 Game 2 loss to the Seattle Storm. The Mystics will have an advantage playing in front of their home crowd in DC at EagleBank
It's Wednesday, August 29. The time is 11:45 AM. The Washington Mystics have just arrived from Atlanta and Elena Delle Donne already knows where she's headed. She's headed to receive an MRI after falling badly on her knee just last night. Mystics trainers don't know what to expect, a tear?
Tomorrow night the big show will begin. Two teams, one who has never been in the WNBA finals before while one has two championships and three conference titles during their 18-year existence will clash heads in this best-of-five series.
Seattle may have all of the experience heading into this series but