With a losing season drawing to a close, Marynell Meadors delivered some straight talk of her own to the Atlanta Dream.
And there was no laughing in the home locker room after Tuesday night’s 83-69 loss to Seattle, who are 19-10 and tied for the best record in the league.
Dream coach Marynell Meadors got back to the locker room about 20 minutes after the game and told reporters she would be back in a minute. Instead, she was gone almost one minute for all 27 of her team’s losses.
“That’s a team thing,” she said when asked the details of her postgame talk.
The Dream plays its last home game on Monday at 7 p.m.
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