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Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

After the Washington Mystics' 103-91 victory over the Las Vegas Aces for a 2-0 semifinal series lead, Emma Meesseman said that her team is staying very calm. “The first thing coach said was, ‘It's not over yet,' ” Meesseman said of Mike Thibault's message to the Mystics in the locker room Thursday. “It's 2-0, but now we're going to their home, so it's up to us to get some rest and stay focused. I'm pretty sure we're all down to Earth; it's just our character.” Certainly, Meesseman is down to Earth. She shrugged off her fantastic performance the last two games as just, “Making open shots.” She's done a lot more than that. She's created her shots, too, and been effective at both ends of the court. For the Mystics' two playoff games so far, she's a combined 23 of 37 from the field (7 of 11 from 3-point range) and 4 of 4 from the line for 57 points. She's had a combined 16 rebounds and seven assists.

Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

Elena Delle Donne got the MVP award on Thursday, but her team showed how good it was offensively as a unit. Another monster game from Emma Meesseman, who scores a career-high tying 30 points, and adds six rebounds, four assists and two steals as the No. 1 seed Washington Mystics take a 2-0 semifinal series lead over Las Vegas Aces with 103-91 victory Thursday. Natasha Cloud also had an amazing game for the Mystics, with 18 points and 11 assists, which ties her career high in dimes. LaToya Sanders had 17 points, and Kristi Toliver and Aerial Powers 10 each. Delle Donne finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Series heads to Las Vegas for Game 3 on Sunday.

Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

MVP Elena Delle Donne didn't score in the second half until the 4:23 mark of the third quarter, when she hit a short jumper from high off the glass to give the Mystics a 65-64 lead. But that's when the Washington Mystics started to take over again. They ended up outscoring the Las Vegas Aces 30-20 in the third quarter, and Washington leads 80-69 going into the fourth quarter. So far in this series, the Aces have kept finding ways to come back when down. Can they do it again.

Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

The Washington Mystics had an 11-point lead with 2:40 left in the second quarter, but then their offense went cold. They didn't score the rest of the first half, and the Las Vegas Aces went on a 10-0 run, with eight of those points coming from their guards. It's 50-49 Mystics at halftime, and that last stretch is worrisome for Washington coach Mike Thibault. The Aces have shown so far in this series that they won't go away when they're down. Liz Cambage leads the Aces with 11 points. Emma Meesseman leads the Mystics with 16 points, and MVP Elena Delle Donne has nine, but is 3 of 9 from the field. She shot over 51.5 percent from the field for the regular season.

Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

In Game 2 of their semifinal series, the top-seeded Washington Mystics lead No. 4 seed Las Vegas Aces 30-26 after one quarter. Aces have not gotten any offense from A'ja Wilson, who is 0-for-5 from the field. Elena Delle Donne received her MVP trophy before the game, and she has four points so far. The offensive standout for the Mystics has been guard Natasha Cloud, who has 10 points and is 3 of 3 from the field and 4 of 4 from the line. Mystics shot 63.2 percent from the floor in the first period.

D'Arcy Maine ESPN 

Down by 11 in the second quarter, the Connecticut Sun rallied and put on a CLINIC in the second half for a 94-68 victory over the Los Angeles Sparks. Jonquel Jones had a game-high 27 points and 13 rebounds, and Courtney Williams added 25 points, six rebounds and six assists (and her dad provided the entertainment on the sidelines) The Sun are now just one win away from its first WNBA Finals since 2005. Game 3 is Sunday night in Los Angeles.

D'Arcy Maine ESPN 

Led by Courtney Williams (23 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists) and Jonquel Jones (21 points, 9 rebounds), the Connecticut Sun have jumped out to a 13-point lead over the Los Angeles Sparks at the end of the third quarter. The Sun have recorded 36 rebounds, compared to just 18 for the Sparks. The home crowd -- as you might imagine -- is LOVING it.

D'Arcy Maine ESPN 

After trailing by as many as 11 points in the second quarter, the Connecticut Sun rallied back to take a 41-40 lead over the Los Angeles Sparks at the halftime break. The Sun had 29 rebounds in the half -- a new WNBA playoff record -- including 11 offensive boards, three more than the team recorded in all of Game 1. And in more good news for Connecticut fans -- it hasn't lost a game this season when leading at the half.

D'Arcy Maine ESPN 

The Los Angeles Sparks look to be on a mission tonight. The road team came in hot and hold a 22-15 advantage at the end of the first over the Connecticut Sun. The seven-point edge is bigger than any lead the team held in all of Game 1. Nneka Ogwumike leads all scorers with nine.

D'Arcy Maine ESPN 

Game 2 is underway in Uncasville! The Connecticut Sun look to take a 2-0 lead over the Los Angeles Sparks and continue its mission for its first-ever WNBA title. Connecticut was 15-2 at home during the regular season, and the already-rowdy crowd seems (and sounds) more than ready to do its part tonight.