(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - The Washington Mystics dominated the fourth quarter to record a 50-48 win over the Indiana Fever in the nation's capital.
Taj McWilliams-Franklin was the only Washington player to reach double-figures, scoring twelve of her game-high 20 points in the decisive final period.
Indiana entered the final ten minutes with a ten-point advantage, but the Mystics outscored the Fever 20-to-8 in the fourth quarter to pull off the comeback.
Ebony Hoffman led Indiana with 16 points and nine rebounds with Katie Douglas adding eleven.
The Mystics improve to 7-and-11. The Fever fall to 9-and-9.
Indiana opens a three-game Homestand Saturday night against the Chicago Sky.
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