“Support women in sport ALWAYS” – UConn star Paige Bueckers follows Angel Reese’s stand for young athletes amid viral AI images

UConn star Paige Bueckers follows Angel Reese’s standUConn star Paige Bueckers follows Angel Reese’s stand

After AI-generated explicit images of Angel Reese, Caitlin Clark, and Paige Bueckers allegedly went viral, the basketball community has come together in support of the players.

Bueckers echoed the statements of Reese, expressing her gratitude for the support she received.

She wrote:

“The devil works hard but God and the people around me work WAY harder. The outpouring of love and support from the WBB community is unreal. Love y’all. Support women in sport ALWAYS,” wrote Bueckers on X.

Reese, another target of alleged explicit AI images, stood against the violation of her privacy in a social media post.

“For me, it’s weird and I don’t like being sexualized in this manner,” said Reese in a post on social media.

In a later tweet, Reese called for the safeguarding of the privacy of young women in sports.

“Protect young women in sports!!!”

Reese was drafted by the Chicago Sky with the No. 7 pick after a successful collegiate career with LSU.

Bueckers, meanwhile, is potentially the new face of women’s collegiate basketball. Beuckers recently decided to return to UConn for her fifth year after forgoing her WNBA eligibility. She was a key player in their Final Four NCAA tournament run this past season.

Paige Bueckers looks to solidify her name before getting drafted in 2025

Paige Bueckers averaged 21.9 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 3.8 assists per game in the 2023-24 season for UConn. She will look to dominate again in her last season in college and clinch the NCAA title before getting drafted in 2025.

UConn missed out on the NCAA title in 2024 after falling to Caitlin Clark’s Iowa in the Final Four. Bueckers scored 17 points, and averaged 28 points, 5 assists, and 9 rebounds per game for UConn in March Madness.

Moreover, she led UConn to the Big East regular season championship by scoring 27 points against Georgetown in the title game (78-42) and was honored with the Big East Player of the Year 2024.

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