In the first game of the WNBA finals, the Washington Mystic beat the Connecticut Sun in D.C. Sunday.
The Connecticut Sun and the Washington Mystic faced off in game 3 of the WNBA finals Sunday. At game 2, they were tied one-game-a-piece. But, Mystic took game 3, pulling ahead of the Sun in the series.
Connecticut is fired up and ready to tie-it-up and “burn it down” with the Connecticut Sun at Game 4 of the WNBA finals Tuesday. Sports Team 8’s John Pierson and Erik Dobratz were there to cover the pre-game action live at Mohegan Sun at 630pm.
The Connecticut Sun kicks off their 2019 season this weekend. They are partnering with Mental Health Connecticut that evening.
Jonquel Jones scored a season-high 23 points, Courtney Williams had 17 points and 10 rebounds, and the Connecticut Sun beat the Washington Mystics 94-68 on Tuesday night.
The WNBA season comes down to one game. For Game 5 Thursday, it’s back to D.C. for Connecticut Sun and Washington Mystic. The winner will leave the season champions.
Elena Delle Donne scored 36 points, Kristi Toliver added 25 and the Washington Mystics blew a 30-point lead before rallying past the Connecticut Sun, 95-91 on Wednesday night.
Jasmine Thomas scored a season-high 25 points, hitting four 3-pointers, to help the Connecticut Sun beat the Washington Mystics 88-64 on Sunday and remain the lone undefeated team in the WNBA.
Elena Delle Donne scored 25 points and the Washington Mystics beat the Connecticut Sun 92-80 on Tuesday night.
Talentwise, it was not a good idea for the Connecticut Sun to trade Chiney Ogwumike to the Los Angeles Sparks.