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After the WNBA's first week, the 2019 champion Mystics are off to a surprisingly strong start despite the absence of reigning MVP Elena Delle Donne, Natasha Cloud and Tina Charles. @GoldieOnSports  breaks down their play and more from around the league ⤵️

Natasha Cloud is sitting out the WNBA season to focus on activism, but Converse is covering her salary. "When athletes speak up, they can lose their sponsorships, too, so for me to go into things without a fear, that's huge," she says

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Report: Converse will cover Natasha Cloud's WNBA salary while she focuses on social reform

“Our league is made up of 80% of Black females,” says WNBA star Natasha Cloud about Atlanta Dream co-owner Sen. Loeffler’s critic of the WNBA’s Black Lives Matter initiative. “To be a partial owner...but you don’t support them when they take their uniforms off—it’s a problem.”

WNBA star Natasha Cloud says people who want social change should not be satisfied with the “crumbs.” “Taking down statues of racist slave owners that should have never been put up ... That’s crumbs. ... We need real change.”

Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler is against the WNBA's plan to support the Black Lives Matter message. And like Natasha Cloud says, that's a problem.

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Delle Donne and Charles could join starting guard Natasha Cloud, who opted out to focus on social justice work, and starting center LaToya Sanders, who opted out for personal reasons.

“Our league is made up of 80% of Black females,” says WNBA star Natasha Cloud about Atlanta Dream co-owner Sen. Loeffler’s critic of the WNBA’s Black Lives Matter initiative. “To be a partial owner...but you don’t support them when they take their uniforms off—it’s a problem.”

Delle Donne and Charles could join starting guard Natasha Cloud, who opted out to focus on social justice work, and starting center LaToya Sanders, who opted out for personal reasons.

Former and current WNBA stars including Sue Bird, Natasha Cloud and Skylar Diggins-Smith are calling for the league to remove Kelly Loeffler, a critic of the Black Lives Matter movement, as an owner of the Atlanta Dream.

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Mystics guard Natasha Cloud has decided to opt out of the 2020 WNBA season to fight for social reform "I have a responsibility to myself, to my community, and to my future children to fight for something that is much bigger than myself and the game of basketball."

"I have a responsibility to myself, to my community and to my future children ... I will instead continue the fight for social reform, because until Black lives matter, all lives can’t matter.” Natasha Cloud is opting out of the 2020 WNBA season.

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OFFICIAL: LaToya Sanders and Natasha Cloud to opt out of 2020 season. 📰 >>

WNBA champion Natasha Cloud speaks on standing up against racial injustice.

“God gave me a platform... If I see something wrong and I don’t speak up, I’m doing a disservice to others.” - Natasha Cloud The WNBA and @TheWNBPA  stand in solidarity with @T_Cloud4  as we #WearOrange  for National Gun Violence Awareness Day.

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In Game 3, Liz Cambage said, "Get in the weight room or get out of the post.” In Game 4 after advancing to the WNBA Finals, the Mystics and Natasha Cloud celebrated with pushups ??

Natasha Cloud just told WJLA that Elena Delle Donne was playing with three herniated discs in her back, not just one.

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