Washington Mystics Injuries
Injuries involving the Washington Mystics.
How would knee surgery rehab be like for Christyn Williams?
We asked Dr. Matthew Harb from The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics to learn more about what happens with an ACL tear, the timetable for recovery and who pays for the care when a player is cut after injury.
Breaking down what Lisfranc injuries, like Clark’s are
We spoke to Dr. Damian Roussel, a foot and ankle surgeon at The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics to find out more.
Why do back injuries like EDD’s happen?
We asked Dr. Lucas Wymore, an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine expert to answer questions on injuries that basketball players often get. First, we focused on back injuries, like what Elena Delle Donne experienced.
Charles will miss the next 3-5 games
The Mystics center suffered the injury on Aug. 22.
Clark has successful surgery
The defensive specialist will not suit up this WNBA season due to a Lisfranc injury.
Clark out for 2021 WNBA season
We are wishing the Mystics star a full and speedy recovery from a foot injury.
Powers might be out for the 2020 WNBA season
Looks like it’s time for the Washington Mystics to focus on the 2021 season...
EDD had back surgery to address herniated discs
The 2019 WNBA Most Valuable Player is expected to be ready by the regular season.
Atkins off to inconsistent start in Australia’s WNBL
The Washington Mystics guard is off to a rough start in Australia’s WNBL.
Is EDD’s absence from Team USA’s winter games a concern?
The Washington Mystics forward will not play for the USA Basketball women’s national team for their winter friendlies and Olympic qualifying tournament due to her back injury.
EDD has THREE herniated discs in her back
Natasha Cloud revealed that the Washington Mystics’ franchise player had a more significant injury than initially reported.
EDD injured in Game 2 of WNBA Finals
The Washington Wizards forward was injured early in the first quarter with back spasms.
Mystics still in tight WNBA Playoff race for top overall seed
Kristi Toliver and Aerial Powers are out due to lower body injuries before the Washington Mystics play the Dallas Wings later tonight. But it’s also concerning given the tight race for a top playoff seed.
Toliver suffered a right quad contusion in the Mystics’ season opener
The Mystics guard suffered the injury on May 25 against the Connecticut Sun.
EDD has jammed left knee, may not play in Mystics’ opener
The Mystics’ franchise player has not practiced since last week due to it.
Mystics forward Aerial Powers out 2-4 weeks, Fuehring waived
Powers joins rookie Kiara Leslie on the injured list. Meanwhile, Fuehring was Washington’s 2019 third-round draft pick.
Report: Mystics’ Kiara Leslie out 3-4 months due to right knee injury
The rookie wing could miss the entire 2019 season.
Natasha Cloud injured during Mystics vs. Mercury game
She suffered a lower body injury in the third quarter.
EDD to miss 2-3 weeks due to thumb injury
Delle Donne out for 2-3 weeks due to injury.— Washington Mystics (@WashMystics) August 1, 2017
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According to a tweet from the official Mystics Twitter (@WashMystics) star forward Elena Delle Donne will miss 2-3 weeks with a UCL in her left thumb. This is a big blow to the Mystics, but here's hoping that Emma Meesseman and Kristi Toliver can step up!
Elena Delle Donne will miss the 2017 WNBA All-Star Game due to ankle sprain
Delle Donne’s ankle injury means that she won’t be able to play this Saturday in Seattle.
Report: EDD to miss Sunday’s game due to ankle injury
She will be evaluated on Monday when we’ll know more.
Hill to miss rest of WNBA season due to torn ACL
Hill averaged 13.3 points and 2.6 assists per game in the 2017 season.
Tayler Hill injures right knee in Mystics vs. Fever game
She scored five points in the game before leaving in the third quarter.
EDD sprains right ankle in Mystics vs. Fever game
She went to the locker room in the middle of the first quarter and will not return.
Three Mystics to miss start of 2017 training camp
Sanders is out for the season, while Toliver & Meesseman are still with UMMC.
Thibault: Hartley knew about pregnancy for “some time”
We now know a bit more on when the Mystics knew that Bria Hartley was pregnant.
Mystics announce Hartley’s pregnancy, waive Hawkins, sign Mitchell
A lot to digest here.
Report: Hill, Hartley, Latta, & Cloud nursing injuries
Hill and Hartley suffered their last Friday while Latta and Cloud suffered theirs during practice. Fortunately, most should be able to play Wednesday.
REPORT: The Washington Wizards could make a “major push” for Kevin Durant, via @AmicoHoops.— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) July 18, 2022