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Chennedy Carter continued to allude to her frustration with the Atlanta Dream on Sunday. The team suspended the second-year guard indefinitely in July following a verbal altercation in the locker room after a game against the Las Vegas Aces.

The Dream have not given any indication of their plans with Carter, whom they drafted fourth overall in 2020. The sides had reportedly been in contact throughout Carter’s suspension.

Atlanta went 2-13 in Carter’s absence and finished the season in second-to-last place, missing out on the WNBA playoffs for the third straight season. Before her suspension, the 22-year-old averaged 14.2 points and 3.3 assists in 11 games for the Dream.

Carter broke her silence at the end of the season, tweeting, “They play big dawg until it’s actually time to be one.”