White Athletes Targeted – Hateful Forces Unleashed

Throughout all of the difficulties that Caitlin Clark encountered while attending the University of Iowa, Jason Whitlock has stood up for the outstanding basketball player. He may not be the biggest WNBA fan, but he still supports Clark as she negotiates the extremely political world of women’s professional basketball.

“The WNBA has an issue with the box office; they don’t like the person who brings in the box office, so they want to focus everyone’s attention on the box score.” He spoke to Steve Kim about attracting an audience, selling tickets, and boosting TV viewership.

“Box office is Caitlin Clark. The WNBA has had low ticket sales,” Jason says. “Caitlin Clark is without a doubt the most valuable player in WNBA history, and it goes without saying that she should be the Rookie of the Year.”

However, the WNBA has promoted Chicago’s Angel Reese over Clark because it values box scores more than other players (perhaps due to political considerations).

“Anthem Reese is creating history! She has ten double-doubles in a row. “This is a new record,” quips Jason, making fun of the WNBA for bringing Reese to light.

He goes on, “Who holds the record even in the NBA?” He emphasizes that double-double statistics hold little significance because they are a distinction rather than a record.

Steve asserts that the situation is quite clear. “There is a plot to prevent [Caitlin Clark] from winning that honor.”

Jason concurs, saying, “They’re going to try.” But there is a likelihood that “Indiana will have five to eight more victories than the Chicago Sky.” That will be difficult to overcome.

Furthermore, “box office is the one thing the WNBA has needed.”

The truth is that “people want to see Caitlin Clark,” and “the only numbers that count [are] the sellout crowds everywhere [and the TV ratings].”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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