Posts Tagged ‘Monique Currie’

So I’ll leave it up to Richard to figure it out: When key pieces are missing, wins don’t come easy

A WNBA double-header tonight, and just for a nice change, you’re getting WNBAlien coverage of both games only hours after their conclusion. The first game to tip off was in Washington, where a miniscule crowd watched their Mystics take on Atlanta. For Washington, these games don’t mean anything. Having traded away their 2012 first-round pick, even tanking to improve their lottery odds isn’t worth the effort. However, the fans did have the prospect of Monique Currie returning from her ACL injury and seeing her first action of the season tonight. If that’s enough to make you want to renew your season tickets, more power to you.

He also has some profound pondering about the playoffs: Postseason positioning still a perplexing puzzle

As you near the end of any regular season in a sports league, some games naturally don’t mean an awful lot. The WNBA is no exception, but thanks to tight standings in both conferences most of the teams are still fighting for something as we head into the final two weeks of the season. Still, there are certainly some games that aren’t as important as others right now, so even I’m intending to limit the depth of coverage on certain matchups. Of course, we’ve seen how that’s gone throughout the course of the season, so let’s just be thankful that there aren’t any Tulsa-Washington games left on the schedule. I’d probably have found some reason to write 2,000 words about it.

Visit Mel for his take on the games last night: Mystics Spell Atlanta While Silver Stars Shine Over Mercury

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From the Mystics: Monique Currie Out With ACL Injury

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Currie with an ACL?

Check out the tweet.

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‘ique on the ‘stics

First Half Wrapup with Monique Currie

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Mystics’ Currie, Harding replace Jackson, Lyttle

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