As previously noted, Chennedy Carter and her Chicago Sky teammates were harassed by a male fan on Wednesday as they arrived at their hotel in Washington, D.C.

Chennedy Carter of Chicago Sky walking with security member.

A video made its way around the internet of a man going up to Chennedy Carter and asking her if she’s had the opportunity to talk to Caitlin Clark. A member of Chicago’s security team steps in and tries to stop the fan from talking to Carter in the 19-second video:

But according to Carter’s teammate, Michaela Onyenwere, the video “was edited” and contained far more disturbing comments from the man. Onyenwere says the man called them “ghetto (expletive)” and stated that “women’s sports isn’t (expletive).”

Sky GM Jeff Pagliocca told Annie Costabile of the Chicago Sun-Times that the man approached the team with a camera and was solely looking for Carter. Team security diffused the situation and got the man to leave so the police did not have to be called.

Chennedy Carter made headlines last Saturday when she delivered a shoulder check to Caitlin Clark in the Sky-Indiana Fever game. The officials initially handed her a standard foul, but the league reviewed the play and upgraded it to a flagrant foul.

Indiana won that game by a final score of 71-70, marking their first home win in the Clark era. Chicago will try to move to 4-5 on the year tonight when they visit the 0-9 Washington Mystics.

Chennedy Carter’s Sky Will Meet Fever Three More Times

The Carter-Clark incident on Saturday, along with Angel Reese’s viral celebration of the hit on the sidelines, has suddenly made the Sky-Fever feud one of WNBA’s top can’t-miss rivalries.

The good news for basketball fans is that the Sky and Fever still have three more showdowns in the 2024 regular season. The next one is only 10 days away, with Chicago set to visit the Fever again on June 16.