BREAKING NEWS: Antonio Brown, the ex-Pittsburgh Steelers standout, makes a case for why Caitlin Clark should announce her entry…

Antonio Brown, the former star wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, provided his rationale for why Caitlin Clark, the standout player from the Iowa Hawkeyes, should consider declaring for the 2024 NBA Draft. Reports suggest that the NBA is actively seeking to recruit Clark to join the league for the 2024-25 season.
Clark is anticipated to be the top pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft. Following Iowa’s Final Four participation this weekend, she will transition to the professional league. Clark’s prowess in basketball has garnered significant attention for women’s basketball and the sport overall. Brown has previously made remarks about Clark, likening her to actor Mel Gibson based on her physical appearance.
After Iowa’s victory against LSU in the Elite Eight, Brown shifted his attention to Clark’s basketball prospects. He stated on his X account that, according to many college analysts, this year’s NBA draft class is lacking in talent. Brown suggested that Clark should seize the opportunity and enter the NBA draft this summer, emphasizing, “Given that this is considered one of the weakest NBA draft classes ever, it’s worth drafting Caitlin Clark to see what she can bring to the table.”
Brown’s assertion, like numerous others, lacks grounding in reality. Apologies to CTESPN, but it’s highly improbable for an NBA franchise to draft Clark this summer. Although it might be intriguing to witness her compete against NBA players, the only plausible scenario for that would be an exhibition match. Although Clark is unlikely to secure a spot in an NBA team’s regular lineup next season, there’s a possibility she could face NBA-caliber opponents. The NBA is exploring the idea of having Clark participate in the three-point contest against Steph Curry and Klay Thompson during the upcoming All-Star Weekend.

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