Elena Delle Donne reads mean tweets about the WNBA

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Sky forward Elena Delle Donne is on pace to become the first player in WNBA history to average more than 25 points per game during a season. The former Delaware star is averaging 29 points and nine rebounds per game, but that doesn’t amuse some sports fans.

After scoring 45 points against the Atlanta Dream, Delle Donne read some mean tweets about her performance and the WNBA.

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Delle Donne stood up for the WNBA and women’s sports. The Sky forward had great responses to these mean sports fans on Twitter.

I guess we have no creditability since we don’t dunk every play. We’ll give you a little pizzaz, next time. It’s the dunking thing I swear You aren’t capable of tweeting. Oh my goodness, people are absurd. My god, welcome to 2015. How does he even have a computer? Lets play one-on-one, and we’ll see. We actually had a really good crowd if you were there watching so, you know what, go somewhere.

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