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Mystics go down 2-0 to Storm in WNBA Finals after a debatable call in closing moments

Mystics go down 2-0 to Storm in WNBA Finals after a debatable call in closing moments

SEATTLE -- For much of Sunday's Game 2 of the WNBA Finals, the Washington Mystics had made good on their vow to improve on the mess they delivered in the series opener.

They had committed just two turnovers through the first three quarters against the top-seeded Seattle Storm . Elevated intensity on defense was readily apparent. And third-seeded Washington had possession with 16 seconds to play, down a single point with an opportunity to even the series at KeyArena.

But when Kristi Toliver attempted to dribble though the painted area in the closing seconds, Seattle's Sue Bird got a hand on the ball and it came loose. A scrum ensued, a jump ball was called and the Storm won...

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