Angel Reese clashes with Naz Hillmon as Chicago Sky lose to Atlanta Dream: ‘What the f*** is wrong with you?’

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Angel Reese clashed with Naz Hillmon as her Chicago Sky team lost 89-80 to Atlanta Dream in the WNBA on Saturday night – before being taunted by her rivals on social media.

After Hillmon blocked off Reese’s chance to shoot with the score 78-75 to Atlanta in the fourth quarter, the two stared each other down as the ball bounced out of play.

Reese, as she turned away, appeared to mouth ‘what the f*** is wrong with you’ and the incident was picked up on by fans watching on television.

Angel Reese clashed with Naz Hillmon as Chicago Sky lost to Atlanta Dream on Saturday

One shared to X and wrote: It’s getting spicy between Angel Reese and Naz Hillmon.’

Another commented: ‘Really great defense from Naz Hillmon. She and Angel Reese have been having a fun battle in the post today.’

Angel Reese clashed with Naz Hillmon as Chicago Sky lost to Atlanta Dream on Saturday

Atlanta Dream even shared the clip twice on social media – with one post a clip from another angle with the caption: ‘Naz Hillmon not having…!’

Then, showing the aftermath with the confrontation, they wrote: ‘WE KNOW THAT’S RIGHT NAZ!’

Reese joint top-scored with 13 points but it wasn’t enough as her Sky team fell to defeat.

Reese was tied top scorer with Kamilla Cardoso and Dana Evans, but Chennedy Carter failed to recapture her spectacular form in recent weeks with just four points from 15 minutes on the court.

She also became only the third player in WNBA history to record 10+ PTS, 10+ REB, and 5+ STL in back-to-back games, after Erlana Larkins and Tamika Catchings.

‘Defense is what gets me hyped, gets me going,’ Reese said after the game. ‘I love getting steals. I definitely have room for improvement.

‘If scoring doesn’t get going, I’m going to bring toughness. I take pride in rebounding.’

Reese wasn’t asked about her exchange with Hillmon in her post-game press conference.

The loss leaves Chicago Sky 4-6 for the season, while Atlanta Dream now stand at 5-4. Sky return to action on Wednesday night against Connecticut Sun.