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Team: Washington Mystics
Home Games: Entertainment and Sports Arena
Head Coach: Mike Thibault
WNBA Championships: 2019
Team Colors: Red, Navy Blue and Silver
Washington Mystics TicketsThe Washington Mystics play their home games in a state-of-the-art sports center in the heart of the Nation's Capital. In the previous seasons, the Mystics hosted its competitors in the Washington Wizards' arena. Now, the team has a home court of its own: Entertainment and Sports Arena. With a roster of skilled players, the Mystics team performs with a high level of energy every game. The Mystics won two conference titles before winning the WNBA Finals in 2019. Since the franchise's first game, the team has drafted top players in the league. Washington Mystics players who made WNBA history include Alana Beard, Nikki McCray, Taj McWilliams-Franklin, Kristi Toliver and Chamique Holdsclaw. You can watch these WNBA champions in action. Grab your Washington Mystics tickets at StubHub.
What was the Washington Mystics' record last season?The Washington Mystics team record for the 2019 season is 26-8. They finished the season as the top team in their conference. The Mystics won the 2019 WNBA Championship by defeating the Connecticut Sun in the finals. Emma Meesseman was named the WNBA Finals MVP. The Mystics lead the league in average points, assists and field-goal percentages. Team leaders for the 2019 season include Kristi Toliver, Elena Della Donne and Ariel Atkins.
What are some important facts about the Entertainment and Sports Arena?The Entertainment and Sports Arena is located in Washington, DC. This multipurpose facility has 80,000 square feet of arena space. Its seating capacity is 4,200 people. The Entertainment and Sports Arena has been hosting sporting events and concerts since 2018. The Washington Mystics and the Washington Wizards (NBA) have practice facilities at the Entertainment and Sports Arena. The Mystics won their first WNBA title in this facility.
What conference does the Washington Mystics play in?The Washington Mystics team plays in the WNBA Eastern Conference. Other WNBA Eastern Conference teams include Atlanta Dream, New York Liberty, Connecticut Sun, Chicago Sky, Charlotte Sting, Indiana Fever, Miami Sol, Cleveland Rockers and Orlando Miracle.
What are some Washington Mystics franchise highlights?The Washington Mystics team played its first game in 1998. It took 22 years for the team to win its first WNBA title. With the team's No. 1 draft pick in 1999, the Mystics selected Chamique Holdsclaw. The same year the Washington Mystics averaged more than 15,000 fans at its original arena (MCI Center). In 2000, the Washington Mystics clinched the franchise's first playoff berth. They won back-to-back Eastern Conference Titles in 2018 and 2019. During their first trip to the WNBA finals in 2018, the Mystics lost to the Seattle Storm. The following year, the Mystics won the WNBA title.
What are the most-anticipated Washington Mystics games in 2020?The Washington Mystics team starts the 2020 WNBA season against the Los Angeles Sparks on May 16. This championship team faces the Connecticut Sun on May 28 and July 5. The Connecticut Sun team lost against the Washington Mystics in the 2019 WNBA Finals.
Who owns the Washington Mystics?The Washington Mystics team is owned by Monumental Sports & Entertainment. This ownership group is led by Ted Leonsis. Partners include David T. Blair, Scott Brickman, Sheila Johnson, Laurene Powell Jobs, Michelle DiFebo Freeman, Raul Fernandez, Richard Fairbank, Jack Davies, Neil D. Cohen, Richard Kay, Jeong H. Kim, Mark Lerner, Roger Mody, Dick Patrick, Anthony Nader, Earl Stafford, Frederick Shaufeld, Cliff White and George P. Stamos.
Where can I get tickets for Washington Mystics home and away games?You can get tickets to all the Washington Mystics' games at StubHub.
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