The WNBA is a bit different than the NBA, as you'll probably never see two men kissing to make up after an argument.
However, yesterday, Phoenix Mercury player Diana Taurasi kissed Minnesota Lynx player Seimone Augustus after they got into an argument during the opening game of the WNBA Western Conference Finals, notes The Huffington Post.
The kiss occurred after the two players bumped each other.
The two women are long-time friends and have played against each since they were 10 and 12 years old.
But that didn't matter when a referee stepped in to break up the kiss and call double personal fouls on Taurasi and Augustus (video below).
"I was just trying to make sweet love. That's about it," Taurasi said after the game, reports Telly.com.
According to WNBA.com, after her team's 85-62 win, Augustus joked to reporters: "As far as me and Diana and the tango dance that we had, I always say she just wanted some of my deliciousness."