“I’ll Drink Your Bath Water”- Does Dwight Howard Tweet Something Nasty About Caitlin Clark?

Dwight Howard, Caitlin Clark 
Caitlin Clark and Dwight Howard ( image source Getty Images)

One of the most anticipated women’s basketball tournament matches in decades was the clash between Iowa and LSU, who met in last year’s championship game in Albany.

The crowd was curious to see Caitlin Clark face off against Angel Reese. Dwight Howard has a different opinion on her performance.

Soon after the game, a popular social media account, The NBA Central on X (formerly known as Twitter), posted a photo that was a screenshot of Dwight Howard’s tweet. In that screenshot, Howard wrote something nasty about Caitlin Clark that a famous personality like Dwight Howard should not post.

“Caitlin Clark I will drink your bath water #random.” This is written in the screenshot uploaded by NBA Central. However, through investigation, we have found that there is no such tweet uploaded to Dwight Howard’s Twitter account.

Dwight Howard recent tweet on Caitlin Clark 👀 pic.twitter.com/04pnaeuy0q

— NBACentel (@TheNBACentel) April 2, 2024

However, in that screenshot, you will find below that the tweet has been deleted. So it could be possible that Howard uploaded that tweet and deleted it after some time.

Although it is a big disrespect to Iowa Hawkeyes guard Caitlin Clark, anyone can be offended by this action.

Moreover, anyone could complain about this behavior to the police department.

Caitlin Clark is Currently Unstoppable

Clark’s career scoring average rose to 28.47 points per game on Monday night after she scored 41 points to help Iowa upset LSU.

She now leads the all-time Division I women’s points per game list, just ahead of Patricia Hoskins of Mississippi Valley State, who averaged 28.38 points over 110 games from 1985 to 1989.

As of Monday, Clark’s lifetime average was 28.375 points. To pass Hoskins on the Division I women’s career-average list, she needed to score 30 points.

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