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The Caitlin Clark Story has been another American Dream Come True.  But this story uncovered the a part of America rarely discussed.

Caitlin Clark is the University of Iowa Superstar in Women’s basketball that broke nearly all NCAA women’s basketball records for scoring and assists.  She even broke some men’s NCAA basketball records such as “Pistol” Pete Maravich’s single season scoring record and Stephen Curry’s single season 3-point baskets made.

Here is a list of some of Clark’s records via the Sporting News:

NCAA records

Most career points — Division I, men’s and women’s (3,951)

Most points in single season — Division I, women’s (1,234)

Most career 3-pointers — Division I, men’s and women’s (548)

Most 3-pointers in a single season — Division I, men’s and women’s (201)

NCAA Tournament records

Most career points — Division I, men’s or women’s (491)

Most career assists — Division I, men’s or women’s (152)

Most career 3-pointers — Division I, men’s or women’s (78)

Most points in single tournament — Division I, men’s or women’s (191)

Most 3-pointers in single tournament — Division I, men’s or women’s (32)

Big Ten records

Most career points in Big Ten history

Most career 3-pointers in Big Ten history

Most career assists in Big Ten history

Most points in single season in Big Ten history

Most 3-pointers in single season in Big Ten history

Most assists in single season in Big Ten history

Most free throws in single season in Big Ten history

Most Big Ten Player of the Week honors in Big Ten history

Clark’s senior season was exceptional when compared to all the other women in the NCAA in 23-24.

These numbers are something but her plays were outstanding.  By the end of this year’s NCAA season Clark was breaking and setting records with every shot and assist she made.

In a game in the regular season Clark hits a last second shot to win the game and there was silence before the home crowd exploded.

Then Clark went on to set the woman’s NCAA record for scoring in a career and the crowd exploded:

Here is another look at that shot.

Then Clark went on to beat the Pistol Pete’s all-time record for scoring in a career:

The NCAA tournament was next as the Hawkeye women racked up win after win.  A whole new fanbase was formed that followed Clark.  The Hawkeye women set record after record for attendance and viewership all season long culminating in the NCAA tournament.

Clark and the Iowa Hawkeye women ended up second in the country, losing the NCAA Tournament Championship game in front of a record crowd, with more TV viewership for the first time ever greater than the men’s championship game.

These fans followed Clark into the WNBA.  This women’s basketball league celebrated the incoming class into the WNBA, minimizing Clark’s importance by attempting to raise up other new league players. The fans showed that Clark was more important than most men’s teams in the NBA.

Here’s another trend that shows Clark’s importance to the WNBA.

Then came reality.

The women and the league began to show their true colors.  They weren’t grateful for Clark bringing in millions of new eyes to the game, and they began to show it on the court.

In a game in New York in front of the largest ticket sales in league history, 2023’s league MVP pulled one of the cheapest shots in sports history.  “Never seen a savior of a league get treated like this”, Dave Portnoy from Bar Stool Sports shared.

This was only the beginning. There was more, much more. In a game against Chicago, Clark was assaulted on the floor after being called a “B*tch” by

This was reported by The Gateway Pundit and across the country.

ASSAULT! Caitlin Clark – The Savior of the WNBA – Pummeled by Chicago Players During Game – Angel Reese Gets In on the Action! – VIDEOS

Yesterday, Angel Reese from Chicago about knocked Clark out in a play.

The other players in the WNBA aren’t Clark’s only opposition.   Clark’s own players rarely pass to her and her coach is terrible.  Her plays for Clark are for Clark to come down the court, pass the ball to some average at best teammates and then go stand in a corner.

Coach Christie Sides is plain horrible.  She doesn’t know how to use the best player in women’s basketball history, Clark.  Here is one assessment of how dumb this is starting at the 1:36 minute mark below.

But this isn’t all.

The WNBA is allowing Clark to get assaulted.  The Indiana Fever allow the coach to shove Clark in a corner.  And the Olympic Women’s basketball committee turned their back on Clark and despite having better stats than any member of those selected to the team, Clark was ignored and told to stay home.

The selection committee for the Olympics included five women, all former WNBA players.

BREAKING: Here’s the Five Women Who Made the Insane and Biased Choice to Keep Caitlin Clark Out of Olympics

Clark was omitted from the team despite having more threes this year in the WNBA than any player selected to the team and more assists than all but one woman selected to the team.

Caitlin Clark Has More WNBA Threes This Year Than Any Player on Olympic Team

This omission from the Olympic team and the assaults on Clark is shocking based on her singlehandedly lifting the league to new heights and attention.  Something else is going on. 

Jason Whitlock has been vocal about what it is.

Serena Williams says people are upset because they can’t do what Clark does.

Clark shares the following on what is going on.

There is much more to this incredible story.  

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