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Mystics general manager and coach Mike Thibault invited Peddy to join Washington in the bubble for her leadership after she played 15 games for the Mystics last season and also spent time as a coaching and video intern.

Did Jewish mystics living in medieval times understand 21st-century concepts of quantum physics and information theory? More at

Shey Peddy became a WNBA rookie at 30. She spent the majority of her career overseas. A month ago, the mystics'>Washington Mystics cut her in the bubble. And last night, she hit the shot that ended their season. Six seconds. Three dribbles. Two passes. One shot:

Talk about a quick change of emotions last night! What a game #wnba  #WNBAPlayoffs  #Mystics  #Mercury 

I dunno how I would've reacted if I saw that Mystics loss live. Ugh. Offseason plan: -Re-sign Cloud. -Get a defensive 5 or re-sign Sanders. -Try to keep Emma if possible. (Heart over head there) -Let AP get paid elsewhere, hope Leslie can step into those backup wing minutes

Meanwhile ... c’mon, Mystics, you’re killing me

It is remarkable that Mystics and playoffs are in the same sentence. When the WNBA started its season in late July, the Mystics won their first three games. But Mystics head coach Mike Thibault cautioned then that it was not going to be easy.


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The mystics'>Washington Mystics wore Jacob Blake shirts with seven bullet holes in the back in a powerful symbol of protest.

The mystics'>Washington Mystics lined up to spell out "Jacob Blake" with shirts featuring seven holes on each of their backs.

WNBA players from the Mystics, Dream, Lynx, Sun, Mercury and Sparks take a knee and lock arms while wearing shirts that spell out Jacob Blake No WNBA games will be played tonight.

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Mystics announce WNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne is on the roster and will receive her salary even if she doesn't end up playing. Delle Donne was recently denied a medical exemption despite anticipating her Lyme disease would qualify.

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Mystics guard Natasha Cloud has decided to opt out of the 2020 WNBA season to fight for social reform "I have a responsibility to myself, to my community, and to my future children to fight for something that is much bigger than myself and the game of basketball."

STOP comparing the Washington sports teams The Mystics are AMAZING The Capitals are TALENTED The Redskins The Nationals are INSPIRING


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Protest against WNBA fines grows as Mystics refuse to take questions about basketball:

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