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Indiana Fever star rookie Caitlin Clark finally addressed her Olympic team snub this weekend...
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"I know it’s the most competitive team in the world and I know it could’ve gone either way, me being on the team or me not being on the team. I’m excited for them, gonna be rooting them on to win gold."
She also told her coach this...
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cajunmud3 days
Now, I'm really gonna be sure I don't miss any Olympic basketball...haha...nah. Idjits.
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epicopt1163 days
Womens basketball beyond college is a thing??? I thought that sport was like college softball
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BabyTac3 days
So many people that don’t watch the WNBA care about this…..
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BHMadden3 days
that's how new viewership works, dipshit
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Clark144 days
I agree with the coach, let her get some rest. She’s been playing since last October at a high level. She’ll get more benefit from that than the dog and pony show.
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summersausage4 days
Hope it all falls apart
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How patriotic of you...??
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Tiger19884 days
Name me a player that she is better than for the fit over those on the team?
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SwampyWaters4 days
Not surprised and I think it's a good thing for the WNBA in the long run! I think it will only increase viewership of the WNBA, so it's going to be a great thing for Clark also. She was already a beast and now she has a chip on her shoulder, so she's going to be on a mission.
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CGSC Lobotomy4 days
Not the first time they've done something stupid like this. The 1992 "Dream Team" had Christian Laettner instead of Shaquille O'Neal.
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well we got this thing called DEI - gotta keep WNBA black to counter all the hockey teams.
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Parrish_Dawg4 days
The most marketable woman the WNBA has ever had and they don't select her to go to the Olympics. Great move, idiots.
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