ATLANTA The lesson here is quite simple: Don't make Angel McCoughtry angry. You wouldn't want to see her when she's angry.
Obvious Incredible Hulk reference aside, it was a fitting way to describe McCoughtry's mental state on Friday night, as the Dream rolled over the Storm 68-59 at Philips Arena.
In the beginning, things were rather tame between Atlanta and Seattle, typical for inter-conference foes that only meet twice a season. The Storm, riding a wave of good shooting, cruised to a 19-16 advantage after one quarter.
But sometime in the second stanza, things got a little physical, perhaps a little too rough-and-tumble for McCoughtry's liking, prompting her to strike out against the Storm in a cold, calculating and highly effective manner.
"I was getting frustrated because I'm falling to the floor by myself (upon contact) in the paint. And that's not who I am. People know I'm not a flopper," said McCoughtry, without specifying a single incident from Friday's game. "I don't p...