Angel Reese immediately reacts to Caitlin Clark breaking NCAA Scoring Record, you’ll be surprised with what she said to her BIGGEST rival!

LSU star Angel Reese congratulated her fellow college basketball icon, Iowa’s Caitlin Clark, on breaking the NCAA Division I women’s basketball scoring record on Thursday night.

Caitlin Clark has done it, she is the official owner of the all-time scoring record in NCAA women’s basketball, and she did it in the best way possible.

Feb 15, 2024; Iowa City, Iowa, USA; Iowa Hawkeyes fans gather to watch guard Caitlin Clark (22) warmup before what would be a historic night.

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Clark scored just seconds in the game to come within six points of the record. Then on the following possession drained a three-pointer to come within three points of the record.

Finally, after a few possessions back and forth, Clark brought the ball just across half-court and pulled up and sunk close to a 40-foot shot to claim the record.

Reese gave Clark her flowers on X, formerly known as Twitter, shortly after Clark scored her 3,528th point to break Kelsey Plum’s record.

“Congratulations @CaitlinClark22 KEEP BREAKING RECORDS & MAKING HER-STORY!” Reese wrote, adding yellow and black hearts and fire emojis.

The two players made news together last year as LSU beat Iowa 102–85 in the 2023 NCAA Division I title game last April.

The drama between the two stemmed from Clark’s celebration using John Cena’s “You Can’t See Me” in other March Madness games.

Reese used this celebration against Clark in the national title game because the LSU star thought it was “disrespectful” to use it to other players. However, Reese received a lot of hate for doing this.

Clark addressed the issue shortly after saying Reese didn’t deserve criticism for giving her a taste of her own medicine.

A year later, both Clark and Reese once again find themselves on powerhouse teams heading into March.

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