2021 Washington Mystics season

The 2021 Washington Mystics season was the franchise's 24th season in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). The regular season tipped off versus the Chicago Sky on May 15, 2021.[1]

2021 Washington Mystics season
CoachMike Thibault
ArenaEntertainment and Sports Arena
Attendance2,183 per game
Record1220 (.375)
Place4th (Eastern)
Playoff finishDid not qualify
Team Leaders
PointsTina Charles – 23.4 ppg
ReboundsTina Charles – 9.6 rpg
AssistsNatasha Cloud – 6.4 apg

The Mystics struggled to start the season only winning two of their six games in the month of May. Their fortunes rebounded when they posted a .500 winning percentage through June and in their two games in July before the Olympic break. In closing out their pre-Olympic schedule they won in overtime versus the Chicago Sky to finish the first portion of the schedule with an 8–10 record. Coming back from the break, they faced a tough schedule and posted a 2–6 record, including losing the first four games back from the break. To close out the season, September contained two wins book marked by two losses on either side. Going into the last day of the season, the Mystics had a chance to secure a playoff spot, but lost to the Minnesota Lynx to miss the playoffs and finish with a 12–20 record. Tina Charles was a bright spot during the season, as she led the league in scoring.

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