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Robert Griffin III calls Caitlin Clark the Tiger Woods of the WNBA

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Robert Griffin III and Caitlin Clark

Caitlin Clark’s impact on the WNBA has earned praise notably from former Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III.

Griffin praises Caitlin Clark’s impact

Robert Griffin III drew parallels between Caitlin Clark’s influence on WNBA viewership and Tiger Woods’ groundbreaking impact on professional golf. He highlighted how both figures transformed their respective sports capturing widespread attention and ushering in new audiences with their exceptional skills and charisma.

Caitlin Clark’s critics are feeling defeated. WNBA All Star votes confirm what many already believed: Caitlin Clark is like Tiger Woods for the WNBA drawing more viewers to the league. Total votes for the top 5 players surged by 598% from 2023 to 2024 according to Robert Griffin III.

Clark a rookie with the Indiana Fever has played a crucial role in changing how many people view the WNBA.

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Her electrifying performances on the court and her ability to consistently make headlines have captured widespread attention.

Despite facing criticism Clark’s talent for drawing viewers to WNBA games is undeniable and has significantly increased the league’s visibility.

Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese are the big stars of the All Star headlines

Caitlin Clark and fellow rookie Angel Reese have been important for the WNBA’s growing popularity this season. Their college rivalry which was widely followed has carried over into the professional league.

Both Clark and Reese being chosen for the WNBA All Star team shows their significant contributions. Robert Griffin IIIemphasized that their selection was based on merit not just their rivalry or popularity.

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Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese earned their spots as WNBA All Stars through their individual performances he asserted on social media.

Not just because of their rivalry or popularity alone. Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese have earned their spots as WNBA All Stars by breaking records and making a significant impact both on and off the court in Indiana and Chicago he emphasized on social media.

Clark and Reese joining the All Star team enriches a lineup set to face the U.S. Olympic team which includes stars such as A’ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart. Their inclusion highlights their rising prominence in the WNBA alongside established luminaries.

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