Clinched Playoff Spot, Washington Mystics Aim For #4 Seed

Washington Mystics secured a playoff berth on Sunday defeating the Indiana Fever 87-82 on the road, but more is in store with playoffs in their view. WASHINGTON, D.C -- A sigh of relief along with the words of “finally” may have come across fan’s minds on Sunday as the Washington Mystics

Elena Delle Donne Out At Least Two Weeks

Washington Mystics forward Elena Delle Donne will miss at least two weeks with a left thumb injury and will need surgery on Wednesday. WASHINGTON, D.C. - Mystics star, Elena Delle Donne, injured her thumb on July 30 during the Atlanta Dream game. Delle Donne was diagnosed with a torn ulnar collateral

Mystics Looking Ahead Remaining Aggressive

Aggressiveness and consistency is the key for Washington Mystics as they fight off injury woes and focus on the remaining season and the playoffs. The Washington Mystics have a chance to stay in the running for second seed in the WNBA playoffs after being tied with the Connecticut Sun for the

Venus Williams Blamed for Fatal Car Crash

Seven-time Grand Slam champion, Venus Williams, is to blame for a fatal car crash. The crash took the life of a 78-year-old elderly man in Palm Beach County, Florida on June 9.   Jerome Barson, the passenger, was sent to the ICU with head trauma, but died two weeks later. According to

John McEnroe Draws Gender Controversy; Serena Claps Back

Being great in an aspect of life can rarely mean just that. The analogy is broken down and compared to other characteristics just for qualification. In sports, women cannot just be great…. period. Gender must be included in complimenting women's attributes. A prime example is Serena Williams.    Williams is one of

Angelique Kerber: Numbers Don’t Lie

There are too many definitions that can exemplify the true meaning of being the top player in the world. It can be said that top players can never lose, while others claim to be the best you must beat the best. Take into consideration world number one women’s tennis player,

Martina Navratilova Speaks Up Against Margaret Court

Eighteen-time Grand Slam champion Martina Navratilova has written an open letter about Margaret Court disapproving her comments about same-sex marriage. She has renewed her claim for the arena in Court’s name, Margaret Court Arena, in Australia be renamed. Navratilova has stated that Court is a “racist and a homophobe” in her letter.   https://twitter.com/1340AMFOXSports/status/870289563750682625   Court