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2006 Washington Mystics season

2006 Washington Mystics season
Head Coach Richie Adubato
Arena Verizon Center
Attendance 7,839 per game
Results
Record 18–16
(.529)
Place 4th (Eastern)
Playoff Finish Lost First Round (2-0) to Connecticut Sun
Washington Mystics seasons
< 2005 2007 >

The 2006 WNBA season was the 9th for the Washington Mystics. The Mystics reached the playoffs, but they were later swept in the opening round to the Connecticut Sun.

Offseason

WNBA Draft

Round Pick Player Nationality School/Club Team
1 8 Tamara James (G/F)  United States Miami (FL)
2 19 Nikki Blue (G)  United States UCLA
3 33 Miriam Sy (C)  United States Oklahoma City

Regular season

Season standings

Eastern Conference W L PCT GB Home Road Conf.
Connecticut Sun x 26 8 .765 14–3 12–5 15–5
Detroit Shock x 23 11 .676 3.0 14–3 9–8 14–6
Indiana Fever x 21 13 .618 5.0 12–5 9–8 12–8
Washington Mystics x 18 16 .529 8.0 13–4 5–12 12–8
New York Liberty o 11 23 .324 15.0 7–10 4–13 7–13
Charlotte Sting o 11 23 .324 15.0 7–10 4–3 6–14
Chicago Sky o 5 29 .147 21.0 3–14 2–15 4–16

Season schedule

Date Opponent Score Result Record
May 23 New York 95-60 Win 1-0
May 25 @ Charlotte 63-73 Loss 1-1
May 27 Minnesota 90-75 Win 2-1
June 3 Detroit 92-68 Win 3-1
June 6 Houston 93-79 Win 4-1
June 7 @ Indiana 70-83 Loss 4-2
June 11 @ Connecticut 71-85 Loss 4-3
June 13 Charlotte 87-70 Win 5-3
June 15 @ Charlotte 96-77 Win 6-3
June 17 New York 88-70 Win 7-3
June 21 @ New York 66-72 Loss 7-4
June 24 @ Detroit 86-92 Loss 7-5
June 25 Connecticut 87-80 Win 8-5
June 27 Indiana 67-74 Loss 8-6
June 29 @ Houston 76-83 Loss 8-7
July 1 @ Los Angeles 75-80 Loss 8-8
July 2 @ Phoenix 81-78 Win 9-8
July 5 @ Minnesota 74-84 Loss 9-9
July 7 Sacramento 60-73 Loss 9-10
July 9 Chicago 89-83 Win 10-10
July 16 @ Chicago 83-76 Win 11-10
July 19 Phoenix 83-96 Loss 11-11
July 21 @ San Antonio 80-77 Win 12-11
July 23 Seattle 71-73 Loss 12-12
July 25 @ Connecticut 73-86 Loss 12-13
July 27 Chicago 92-74 Win 13-13
July 29 @ Indiana 74-67 Win 14-13
July 30 Charlotte 78-73 Win 15-13
August 1 Los Angeles 84-74 Win 16-13
August 3 @ Seattle 78-86 Loss 16-14
August 5 @ Sacramento 95-99 (OT) Loss 16-15
August 8 San Antonio 91-79 Win 17-15
August 11 Detroit 78-66 Win 18-15
August 13 @ New York 81-93 Loss 18-16

Playoffs

Game Date Opponent Score Result Record
Eastern Conference Semifinals
1 August 18 Connecticut 61-76 Loss 0-1
2 August 20 @ Connecticut 65-68 Loss 0-2

Player stats

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Alana Beard 32 149 98 59 25 614
Chasity Melvin 34 224 45 34 26 405
Nikki Teasley 34 89 183 44 11 364
DeLisha Milton-Jones 23 112 48 35 17 335
Nakia Sanford 34 203 36 28 21 301
Coco Miller 34 91 59 34 4 206
Crystal Robinson 27 70 49 33 0 199
Latasha Byears 26 87 10 12 2 112
Laurie Koehn 32 12 8 2 2 71
Tamara James 21 16 3 4 2 57
Nikki Blue 24 20 36 18 0 54
Zane Teilane 16 27 1 3 3 29
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References

External links

  • Mystics on Basketball Reference
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