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2007 Washington Mystics season

2007 Washington Mystics season
Head Coach Richie Adubato (0-4)
Tree Rollins (16-14)
Arena Verizon Center
Attendance 7,739 per game
Results
Record 16–18
(.471)
Place 5th (Eastern)
Playoff Finish Did Not Qualify
Washington Mystics seasons
< 2006 2008 >

The 2007 WNBA season was the 10th for the Washington Mystics. The Mystics fell short for the playoffs, losing in a tiebreaker to the New York Liberty.

Offseason

Dispersal Draft

Based on the Mystics' 2006 record, they would pick 6th in the Charlotte Sting dispersal draft. The Mystics picked Teana Miller.

WNBA Draft

Round Pick Player Nationality School/Club Team
1 6 Bernice Mosby  United States Baylor
2 19 Megan Vogel  United States South Dakota State
3 32 Gillian Goring  Trinidad and Tobago North Carolina State

Regular season

Season standings

Eastern Conference W L PCT GB Home Road Conf.
Detroit Shock x 24 10 .706 12–5 12–5 14–6
Indiana Fever x 21 13 .618 3.0 12–5 9–8 12–8
Connecticut Sun x 18 16 .529 6.0 8–9 10–7 10–10
New York Liberty x 16 18 .471 8.0 10–7 6–11 10–10
Washington Mystics o 16 18 .471 8.0 8–9 8–9 8–12
Chicago Sky o 14 20 .412 10.0 6–11 8–9 6–14

Season schedule

Date Opponent Score Result Record
May 19 Connecticut 80-89 Loss 0-1
May 22 Sacramento 52-70 Loss 0-2
May 24 @ New York 76-81 Loss 0-3
May 30 @ Detroit 79-94 Loss 0-4
June 1 Chicago 70-75 Loss 0-5
June 3 @ Indiana 66-70 Loss 0-6
June 8 Indiana 69-74 Loss 0-7
June 12 @ New York 69-79 Loss 0-8
June 13 Phoenix 86-69 Win 1-8
June 15 Los Angeles 80-89 Loss 1-9
June 20 @ Phoenix 106-101 Win 2-9
June 22 @ Houston 85-95 Loss 2-10
June 23 @ Chicago 99-86 Win 3-10
June 26 @ Connecticut 91-75 Win 4-10
June 29 Detroit 65-64 Win 5-10
July 1 Indiana 62-69 Loss 5-11
July 3 San Antonio 79-84 Loss 5-12
July 7 @ Chicago 77-73 Win 6-12
July 10 Minnesota 91-83 (OT) Win 7-12
July 18 Houston 65-58 Win 8-12
July 20 @ Minnesota 91-87 (OT) Win 9-12
July 21 @ Detroit 58-66 Loss 9-13
July 24 Seattle 97-96 (OT) Win 10-13
July 28 Detroit 64-76 Loss 10-14
July 31 @ Indiana 57-66 Loss 10-15
August 3 New York 80-68 Win 11-15
August 5 Chicago 71-66 Win 12-15
August 7 @ San Antonio 77-73 Win 13-15
August 9 @ Los Angeles 80-75 Win 14-15
August 11 @ Seattle 68-91 Loss 14-16
August 12 @ Sacramento 82-86 (OT) Loss 14-17
August 14 Connecticut 65-64 Win 15-17
August 16 New York 72-73 Loss 15-18
August 19 @ Connecticut 76-74 Win 16-18

Player stats

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Alana Beard 33 139 99 64 24 622
DeLisha Milton-Jones 34 217 55 52 38 456
Nakia Sanford 34 242 23 27 28 375
Monique Currie 31 121 54 23 7 325
Nikki Teasley 33 73 109 23 6 172
Tamara James 31 49 34 25 4 164
Coco Miller 30 49 25 19 2 120
Nikki Blue 30 63 48 22 5 107
Bernice Mosby 28 78 10 8 6 78
Gillian Goring 21 41 3 5 12 54
Laurie Koehn 28 8 5 0 0 40
Chasity Melvin 3 20 0 6 0 34
Stacey Lovelace 9 13 2 4 0 24
Yelena Leuchanka 6 3 3 2 0 4
Crystal Robinson 2 2 2 1 1 2
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References

External links

  • Mystics on Basketball Reference
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