Mon. Jun 17th, 2024
Reports Indicate Caitlin Clark Did Not Make Women’s Olympic Basketball Team

Caitlin Clark, a guard for the Indiana Fever, has been named the top US woman rookie in the WNBA. Although she was invited to join the national team’s training camp, she will not be attending the Olympic games in Paris, according to multiple reports. Despite her dream of playing for the US Olympic 5×5 team, Clark has expressed disappointment at being left off of the 12-player team roster.

The Wall Street Journal reported that Clark recently signed an eight-year Nike deal worth $28 million and was overlooked for the Olympic team due to concern about how her fans would react to her limited playing time on the team. However, some reports suggest that it may have been due to her lack of professional experience compared to other players selected.

Representatives for Clark and the US Women’s Basketball Team have not commented on why she was not chosen for the Olympic team. Despite this setback, Caitlin Clark remains a rising star in the WNBA and a player to watch in future seasons.

By Aiden Nguyen

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