‘Queen of NCAA’ Caitlin Clark Gets GOAT Shouts As She Changes Landscape of College Basketball: “Must See TV”

Hardly anyone would argue that Caitlin Clark has earned her place among the legion of greats.

The reigning national player of the year has rightfully justified every accolade in her college basketball career by showcasing her superiority every time she steps on the hardwood.

Now, as she approaches closer to hanging her NCAA boots, many have started wondering whether her contributions are worthy of all the hype. Some popular observers think it’s more than that!

Caitlin Clark – The Greatest of All Time?

Noah Buono and King McClure further elaborated on the impact of Clark on women’s basketball in their latest episode of Swish.

Noah went first and said, “Speaking of the best player, betting on the best player, I’m taking her in every single matchup.

They did just win the Big 10 title. She passed Pete Maravich. She’s the best women’s college basketball player since Diana Taurasi, Brittany Griner, Breanna Stewart, and Maya Moore. She’s up there with all of them in my opinion.”

To this, McClure further added, “She’s probably the greatest women’s basketball player ever not just from the standpoint of what she’s produced.

Despite Being Only 17 Points Away, Caitlin Clark Still Remains in Pete  Maravich's Shadow in Other NCAA Stat - EssentiallySports

But, if you look at the amount of eyeballs, the amount of attention that she has brought towards the women’s game.”

This is indeed true as Clark has been responsible for setting more than one record of women’s college basketball viewership as well as the ticket sales.

Moreover, both these analysts compared her stature with the Golden State Warrior’s prominent No.30.

The Clark-Curry correlation

This is not the first time Caitlin Clark’s talent has been compared to Stephen Curry’s.

In fact, her ability to effortlessly bury Logo 3s has gotten her the nickname female Steph Curry.

King McClure added further inputs by saying, “She’s honestly kind of in the same realm as Steph Curry. She’s changing the game in that sense.

What she has done for women’s college basketball has just been absolutely huge. Because of that alone, she’s probably the greatest women’s college basketball player of all time.”

Undoubtedly, Caitlin Clark’s illustrious career has justified every single applause she gets.

Further, her immaculate skills have garnered immense support and popularity for the women’s division. Clearly, her inclusion in the elite list needs no further validation.

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