Washington D.C. sports fans better be ready for another victory parade.
At least, that's what the Mystics' Natasha Cloud said in an interview on Tuesday, after the Conneticut Sun forced a Game 5 in the WNBA Finals.
"Facts, period," Cloud says when asked whether her pronouncement that the Mystics will "win a championship on [their] floor" was a guarantee.
It's the Mystics' second consecutive year in the WNBA Finals, after they were swept in 2019 by the Seattle Storm, though this time Washington has held its own, winning Games 1 and 3 by nine and 13 points, respectively.
Even so, Conneticut has had a response for each of Washington's Finals victories and this time was no different, as fellow guard Courtney Williams clapped back at Cloud on Twitter:
Hearddd Juuuuu! We’ll see 😤🦍 https://t.co/4GQ7InnDFW— Courtney Williams (@CourtMWilliams) October 9, 2019
The Sun narrowly won Tuesday night with just four points over the Mystics, so Thursday's contest is sure to be a nailbiter--especially after this back-and-forth.
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