After winning their first-ever WNBA Championship, the Washington Mystics are on a victory tour.
Joined by head coach Mike Thibault, WNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne and teammate Kristi Toliver were interviewed by Good Morning America's Robin Roberts (a Connecticut Suns fan who was in attendance for Game 3) about the moment the clock struck zero.
“All my dreams came true," Delle Donne said. "I dropped the ball, I think a little too early, and Tash was right there and I just held her and we were hugging, we were crying, it’s just hard to put that even into words, but dreams came true."
Toliver said having a close group of teammates was the "common denominator" in every championship team she's ever been on, (Maryland Terrapins and Los Angeles Sparks). “They’re just my best friends and the best people in the world," she said.
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For the winningest coach in WNBA history, Thibault said seeing the reactions of his players when they won was the most gratifying part of it all.
“Watching the smiles on their face after the game was the best part," Thibault said.
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