On the day they were supposed to hold a parade to mark their 2019 WNBA championship, the Washington Mystics have revealed plans for what the team is billing as a virtual celebration.
The Mystics originally planned to take to the streets of the nation's capital on Tuesday, but that was scrapped because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Also set aside was a banner-raising ceremony scheduled for the home opener against the Los Angeles Sparks on Saturday.
It's not known when the season will begin, so Saturday will feature online festivities.
Those will include messages from Mayor Muriel Bowser, Mystics owner Ted Leonsis and coach Mike Thibault, an appearance by player Natasha Cloud, and the first episode of a documentary about the championship run.