The Washington Mystics are definitely a fun bunch. We've chronicled Stefanie Dolson quite a bit in her rookie season with her moments. But here's another one featuring a different player.
Veteran forward Monique Currie gave a video interview to Monumental Network's Jumoke Davis to preview Friday's game against the Tulsa Shock. In the beginning of the video, Currie mentioned that she had a sore hand, but it appears that she should be okay to play. And we see Mike Thibault minding his own business, walking back toward the locker room.
But toward the end, we see center Kia Vaughn making her way to the locker room. She made a face to videobomb Currie. Here's a snapshot below:
She wasn't alone. Sophomore forward Tianna Hawkins also waved to the camera as well. So it's a double videobomb. Here's a quick glimpse of Hawkins waving, and Vaughn is still making a face:
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This isn't the first time Vaughn caused some shenanigans. Remember the helium last year?
The Mystics' game against the Shock will be at 7 p.m. ET. You can watch it nationally on NBA TV, or on Monumental Network if you're in the D.C. area.