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Mystics take down Dream in OT

Jun 10, 2011 - 2:08 AM Atlanta, GA (Sports Network) - Crystal Langhorne scored 30 points and pulled down 13 rebounds, as the Washington Mystics needed overtime to beat the Atlanta Dream, 98-90.

Nicky Anosike added 29 points and 13 boards for the Mystics, who lost at Connecticut on Saturday in their season opener. Matee Ajavon tallied 24 points.

Washington was without the services of Alana Beard (left foot), Monique Currie (left knee) and Ta'Shia Phillips (ankle).

Erika De Souza finished with 20 points and 15 rebounds for the Dream, who opened up their season with an overtime loss to New York on Sunday. Iziane Castro Marques donated 16 points.

Lindsey Harding had 11 points against her former team. Harding came to Atlanta via trade.

This was the first meeting between these clubs since Atlanta swept Washington in the first round of last year's playoffs.

Down by three, 85-82, Washington got a three-pointer from Kelly Miller with 1:09 left in regulation.

After each team missed a shot, the Dream were left with 13.8 seconds. Harding's shot was blocked by Kerri Gardin to send the game into overtime.

Washington started the extra period on a 7-1 flurry to essentially put the game away. Ajavon made a big three-pointer during the stretch, which Anosike capped with two free throws for a 92-86 lead.

Atlanta never got closer than four the rest of the way.