Washington traveled to Westchester County to face the New York Liberty, who are looking for their first win of the 2019 season. Washington are led by Elena Delle Donne (15 ppg and 7.0 rpg), and Ariel Atkins (14.0 ppg and 2.3 rpg).
Hot out of the Gates
Through three games, the Mystics lead the league in points (89.3) and assists (24.0) per game and hold the highest field goal percentage in the league (.480). Washington has trailed for just 54 total seconds over their last two games (wins over Atlanta and Chicago).
Kristi Toliver is now 67 points away from the 4,000 career point milestone. Toliver would become the 37th player in the league's history to reach the milestone.
Despite playing just two seasons with the team, Toliver is closing in on the top three list for made threes as a member of the Mystics.
Made Three-Point Leaders, Mystics History
Ivory Latta 308
Alana Beard 220
Tayler Hill 160
Kristi Toliver 154
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