Kim Mulkey bullies interviewer who asked a simple question about LSU and South Carolina

Kim Mulkey did not think the game Kim Mulkey proved during the SEC Championship Game why many reporters don’t like to ask her questions.

Her spiky personality is well-known around college basketball, as it has caused rifts between Mulkey and reporters over the years, not to mention tension with players like Brittney Griner at Baylor and current LSU star Angel Reese.

We can’t forget when she suspended Reese earlier this season, and made matters worse when she gave similar sour answers to reporters who asked about it.LSU Tigers’ – South Carolina was physical enough.

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6 ejected in SEC title game after South Carolina-LSU tussle

South Carolina forward Kamilla Cardoso was one of six players ejected from the SEC championship game after she shoved LSU’s Flau’jae Johnson to the floor late in the fourth quarter of the Gamecocks’ 79-72 win.

Gamecocks guard MiLaysia Fulwiley had stolen the ball from Johnson, who wrapped her up and was called for an intentional foul. Johnson bumped South Carolina’s Ashlyn Watkins while heading to her bench, and then the 6-foot-7 Cardoso rushed in and pushed the 5-10 Johnson to the ground.

6 ejected in SEC title game after South Carolina-LSU tussle : r/sports

Aside from Cardoso, the other players ejected — all for leaving the bench area — were South Carolina’s Chloe Kitts, Tessa Johnson and Sakima Walker, and LSU’s Aalyah Del Rosario and Janae Kent. LSU was left with only its starting five players after the disqualifications.

Johnson’s brother jumped over the scorer’s table onto the court and briefly made contact with Kamilla Cardoso before being escorted away by police officers. He was not arrested, an LSU spokesperson told The Advocate.

“For us playing a part in that, that’s not who we are,” South Carolina coach Dawn Staley said. “That’s not what we’re about.”

The SEC, against the usual practice at its postseason tournaments, closed both locker rooms to reporters. Cardoso issued an apology on social media shortly after the game, and her remaining teammates celebrated the championship without her.

“I would like to extend my sincerest apologies for my actions during today’s game,” she wrote. “My behavior was not representative of who I am as a person or the South Carolina program, and I deeply regret any discomfort or inconvenience it may have caused. I take full responsibility for my actions and assure you that I am committed to conducting myself with the utmost respect and sportsmanship in the future.”

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