7 P.M. VS. WASHINGTON • Target Center • No TV, 106.1-fm
Lynx update: The return of Seimone Augustus hasn’t produced the results that Lynx fans are used to. The guard has scored just 10 points in two games while shooting 5-for-23. She hopes to find her rhythm in her first game back at Target Center since having arthroscopic surgery on her right knee and missing 10 games. The Lynx (18-7) are also hoping to even the score against Washington after falling on the road to the Mystics on Sunday. The Lynx are riding a four-game winning streak at Target Center despite losing three of their past four on the road.
Mystics update: Washington continues to remain in the race in the Eastern Conference. The Mystics (14-9) are coming off a 77-69 win against the Lynx on Sunday and are just two games out of the top spot in the East behind the New York Liberty. A well-rounded offensive effort has been their strength. Five players scored in double figures against the Lynx with guard Ivory Latta scoring 20 points off the bench. Latta leads the team with 12.6 points per game, while Stefanie Dolson is averaging 12.5.