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Caitlyn Clark NOT ADDED to Team USA Roster Ahead of Paris Olympics


For the first time in maybe forever, people are actually interested in women’s basketball.

And last night the WNBA saw the LARGEST CROWD in 17 YEARS.

And that’s all due to Caitlin Clark.

She’s the one that’s selling the tickets and transforming empty stadiums into packed houses.

But she’s straight and she’s White.

And that goes against the agenda of the Establishment.

So it’s probably just a coincidence that Team USA doesn’t add her to the team.

No Summer Olympics in Paris for her.

BUT they made sure to add Brittney Griner.

Because who better to represent you and me and America than her.

No agendas here.

Apparently real basketball, that you can take serious, is not for ‘little White girls’.

Well, Caitlin is destroying the myth and the Establishment might not like that.

 

And she’s straight, while the WNBA is full of queers. About 3 out of every 10 players.

According to Google:

We’ve done the math and in the 2022 WNBA season, 28.7% of the WNBA identifies as LGBTQ.

Probably a coincidence that not including her in Team USA appears to be motivated by anti-White, anti-straight hate.

NBC News reports:

Caitlin Clark, the WNBA rookie sensation and all-time college scoring leader, is set to be left home when the U.S. national team travels to the Paris Olympics, a source familiar with the decision told NBC News on Saturday.

The formal announcement of Team USA’s roster has not been announced but the squad headed to the international competition will include 12 veterans, the source said.

The roster is set to include such WNBA stars as Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner, Las Vegas Aces center A’ja Wilson and New York Liberty forward Breanna Stewart,the source told NBC News.

“We have not made any official announcement yet,” a Team USA spokesperson said.

The decision about Clark’s absencewas first reported by The Athletic.

Clark is coming off her best game yet in her short pro career, pouring in 30 points and sinking seven 3-pointers in the Indiana Fever’s 85-83 win at the Washington Mystics on Friday.

She was named the WNBA’s rookie of the month for May though her time so far in the league hasn’t been completely smooth.

Her long-range shooting has been inconsistent, making 32.7% of her 3-point attempts, with the league average of 32.6%.

She’s been plagued by an average of more thanfive turnovers per game for a total of 67 giveaways, most in the league.

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