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Sharpshooter Caitlin Clark’s boyfriend, former Iowa Hawkeyes men’s basketball player Connor McCaffrey, responded to criticism from WNBA star Sheryl Swoopes with four emojis.

During his appearance on Gilbert Arenas’ podcast last week, Swoopes made the prediction that LSU standout Angel Reese and Clark would not see quick success in the WNBA. According to Swoopes, Clark won’t be able to carry over her collegiate success straight into the professional ranks.

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In response to Swoopes’ comments, McCaffrey shared four hat emojis on ESPN’s Instagram account. In other words, McCaffrey thinks Swoopes is lying.

Given that he and Clark are dating, he might be a little biassed. He wrote a heartfelt birthday letter to Clark last week, expressing his appreciation for her handling the constant circus of the media and her quest to break the scoring record for women’s collegiate basketball in NCAA Division I.

Citing the WNBA’s fierce competition and the limited number of roster spots, Swoopes stated on Wednesday that it would not be an easy ride for two of the finest collegiate players.

“In the end, Angel will make a good professional. Angel won’t likely enter the league right away and take the lead as many anticipate,”stated Swoopes. “And I think it’s beneficial for those who haven’t watched a WNBA game. Like, there is skill. These women really are players. It’s a serious job because there aren’t many roster spots.”Jonquel Jones of Liberty discusses the potential impact a new WNBA documentary may have on fans as the league grows.

“People say things like, ‘Oh, you trying to come take my job,’ when they see new players, whether they are players fresh out of college or players who have played abroad. It’s not going to be that simple, like, she said.

What then makes Caitlin Clark a potential star? Indeed. Will Caitlin Clark instantly enter the WNBA and carry out her current duties? Not at all. Not going to take place.”
In the meantime, Clark’s Division I scoring record books now rank him second all-time.

Against Maryland on Saturday, she scored 38 points. To overtake Kelsey Plum atop the scoring chart, she needs to score sixty-six points.TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP, CLICK HERE

Ata,  IowClark has 3,462 points. From 2013 to 2017, Plum scored 3,527 points for Washington. The women’s collegiate basketball record is currently held by Lynette Woodard of Kansas, who played from 1978 to 1981 and scored 3,649 points. Prior to the NCAA assuming control of women’s athletics from the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women, the mark was established.

This report was made possible by the Associated Press.

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