Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese Make Decision On Attending Wnba Draft

Two of college basketball's most talked-about players will be drafted by the WNBA on Monday.

Both Iowa's Caitlin Clark and LSU's Angel Reese will be in Brooklyn for their Monday drafts.

Cameron Brink, Kamilla Cardoso, Clark, and Reese will attend the WNBA Draft in person.

She achieved a gender-neutral NCAA Division I scoring record and will play for the Indiana Fever.

She guided LSU to the 2023 national title and won SEC Player of the Year this season as they reached the Elite Eight.

The WNBA hopes Clark and Reese will spark interest in women's pro basketball as they did in college. 

With 36 of its 40 games on national TV, the Fever will have record ticket sales and TV broadcasts. 

She's demonstrated she can compete with the greatest, but her attitude and trash talk against opponents have been condemned.

Next week's WNBA Draft will be watched closely, and fans will eagerly anticipate Clark and Reese's first professional battle.