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MIAMI _ The Sol's leading scorer, Sandy Brondello, didn't practice all week at her usual pace. She is still recovering from a chest cold that left her weak in Sunday's loss to New York.
But she expects to be ready for Thursday night's matchup against the Washington Mystics (2-5) in the first back-to-back road games of the season for the Sol (4-3). Miami plays at Minnesota (2-4) on Friday.
Brondello, who is averaging 16.1 points, can rely on her inside knowledge of what the Mystics might try to do against Miami. After all, she had played for Mystics first-year coach Tom Maher since 1993 when he became the Australian National Team coach.
Maher guided …