Washington Mystics Player Analysis
Analysis on individual Washington Mystics players.
The 32-year old center isn’t falling out of her prime. In fact, this is her best season yet!
Leslie highlighted all the skills of a top-10 pick while in the WNBA’s Florida bubble.
The All-WNBA Second Team member proved that she can potentially be more than a reserve player and start with the veterans. Going from 2.3 to 17.0 points per game is more than enough to prove her case.
The Mystics forward only showed up in six games during the 2020 WNBA season. However, if she were healthy, Washington could have also been more competitive.
The 2019 WNBA Finals MVP was poised to be the Washington Mystics’ top star and reclaim her place as a league star. Unfortunately, her performance declined while Myisha Hines-Allen quickly became their go-option. So, do the Mystics really need Meesseman next season?
The rookie has made an impact to end the Washington Mystics’ seven game losing streak.
The Washington Mystics forward is among the leaders in assists this season despite going through an apparent shooting and scoring slump
Truly a leader by example...
Wizards fan confidence appears to have flatlined around the 70-75 percent mark which is good. But the national question around the Dallas Mavericks guard got me thinking about the Washington Mystics forward for a bit.
Kristi Toliver made her playoff-debut with the Mystics post-injury in game one of the WNBA Semifinals vs the Las Vegas Aces on Tuesday night.
The Mystics forward showed us why she is a core part of what they do with her all-around performance.
The Mystics forward had her best performance of the 2019 WNBA season by dominating a top frontcourt duo.
The Mystics are 4-2, but their franchise player hasn’t stepped up to the plate yet. It gives us cause to pause.
There is a reason why we like saying that the Mystics guard is on CLOUD NINE TO THE NINTH!
The Mystics forward scored 27 points in UMMC’s latest EuroLeague game to lead them to the Final Four for the fourth consecutive season.
EuroBasket Women 2019 is from June 27 to July 7 in Latvia and Serbia. With that, there’s a good chance that Meesseman will miss a significant part of next season.
Meesseman has the talent of a WNBA superstar. But with Belgium’s rise in international basketball, she may not get that role in the WNBA.
It took some time for Washington to find the right mix for the starting unit, but it’s all paying off now.