After a fast start to her WNBA career with the Indiana Fever, Caitlin Clark said that her Olympic rejection is a good thing.

Former ESPN anchor Jemele Hill has advised Caitlin Clark that her Olympic rejection might be a plus for her career.

Many people are shocked that she was left out of the WNBA Draft, and although Hill did not explicitly support the decision to not send the first pick to Paris, she did suggest that Clark would benefit in the long run.

In all honesty, Hill said, “Caitlin Clark’s absence from the Olympic squad this year is actually a good thing—for her.” She went from playing collegiate basketball to turning pro in a matter of weeks, and now her schedule is monotonous.

“It’s probably not the worst thing in the world to take a few weeks off.” She’ll eventually be selected for an Olympic team.

When the Olympics are hosted in France from July 26 to August 11, the WNBA will take a break from July 18 to August 14.
In response to a fan who expressed concern that Clark, 22, would lose out on invaluable experience from competing abroad, Hill stated, “I believe that she will gain more international experience, which will put her in the pipeline.”

After a fast start to her WNBA career with the Indiana Fever, Caitlin Clark said that her Olympic rejection is a good thing.
       After a fast start to her WNBA career with the Indiana Fever, Caitlin Clark said that her Olympic rejection is a good thing.

All of the players who were chosen have a great deal of international experience in common. Caitlin doesn’t.

Another fan told Hill that the hoopla around the Indiana Fever player will not be the same in four years, so leaving Clark at home is “a miss from the PR department.”

“So if she won an MVP or a WNBA title between now and then, she wouldn’t be as hot?” Hill retorted.
Owner of Barstool Sports Dave Portnoy, who is a huge fan of Clark, took to X on Saturday to express his rage after learning that she will not be attending the Games.

“I am not aware of the decision-maker, be it the Women’s Olympic Committee or another entity,” Portnoy remarked. “It doesn’t matter if you don’t think Caitlin Clark is a talented enough player to be on this team; she scored the most points in league history for a rookie with 37 at 13 points.”
It all doesn’t matter. These ladies, and I’m a pro-women guy because I adore women, whine and weep about things like equal rights and pay, etc. For the first time in basketball history, you have, possibly, the most popular player in the world, right here, dummies.

One may contend that Caitlin Clark is the world’s most well-liked, electrifying single basketball player. You may contest that. And you don’t include her on the Olympic squad?

It’s a showcase for the sport, the other WNBA players on this team, and not just for her. How stupid, how devoid of thought, how foolish must the individuals in charge of this be? With her, things keep getting worse.

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