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Diana Taurasi reportedly broke a door in frustration after losing the WNBA Finals to the Chicago Sky.
The Sky then brought the busted door to their championship parade in Chicago on Tuesday.
Bally Sports' Maggie Hendricks shared a photo on Twitter of the entire door on stage at the parade.
The Chicago Sky are still trolling the WNBA GOAT days after taking her team down in the WNBA Finals.
Diana Taurasi - the Phoenix Mercury sharpshooter, the league's all-time leading scorer - had a poor performance in Game 4 of the WNBA Finals on Sunday. And after Chicago clinched the championship with a come-from-behind victory, the 10-time WNBA All-Star reportedly broke a locker room door out of frustration.
Now, two days later, the Sky are celebrating their first championship as a franchise with a parade in Chicago. And somehow, they have managed to get the door off its hinges and onto a stage at the event:
-Maggie Hendricks (@maggiehendricks) October 19, 2021
Eyewitnesses told The Next's Alex Simon that Taurasi repeatedly slammed the wooden door following Phoenix's 80-74 loss on the road at Wintrust Arena Sunday afternoon. The WNBA, Mercury, and Taurasi herself have failed to confirm that she was responsible for the damage, though all parties are aware that a door was broken in the visiting locker room.
During the team's final media availability of the season Monday evening, Insider asked the superstar to expound upon the incident in question.
"There was a lot of doors in there," Taurasi responded.
-Meredith Cash (@mercash22) October 19, 2021
Neither Taurasi nor any of her Phoenix teammates attended the press conference following the team's Game 4 loss. The league requires teams to make at least three players available to the media following any game. Therefore, the Mercury players' refusal to speak to the press on Sunday breaches Article XXIV of their Collective Bargaining Agreement.
The league has yet to issue a fine to the franchise itself or any athletes on Phoenix's roster. It remains unclear whether anyone will face repercussions for the damage to the locker room door or the players' failure to attend Sunday's press conference.
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