Renee Montgomery says Dream ‘have to take the good with the bad’


Atlanta Dream co-owner Renee Montgomery has noticed the concern surrounding the Atlanta Dream after a video surfaced on Monday showcasing several Dream players fighting in front of a food truck.

“As a franchise we have to take the good with the bad, it’s part of the game,” Montgomery wrote on Twitter.

“I look forward to getting this much National and Local coverage when good things happen.”

Dream player Courtney Williams later apologized for her part in the video. Reportedly, the skirmish happened earlier in the season and was handled internally.

In the video, which lasts almost two minutes, Williams can be seen throwing punches alongside teammates Crystal Bradford and Kalani Brown.

In addition to the video, second-year guard Chennedy Carter continued to allude to her frustration with the team on Sunday. After being suspended indefinitely in July, Carter has broken her silence twice: once at the end of the season and once on Sunday.

The Dream have yet to give any indication of their plans with Carter, but have reportedly been in contact throughout her suspension. Carter was the No. 4 pick in the 2020 draft.