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The NCAA "female Curry" reached an eight-year, 2,800万️ contract with Nike, and the playing salary was only $76,500

The NCAA "female Curry" reached an eight-year, 2,800万️ contract with Nike, and the playing salary was only $76,500

The NCAA "female Curry" reached an eight-year, 2,800万️ contract with Nike, and the playing salary was only $76,500

Live broadcast on April 22 Caitlin Clarke, the 2024 WNBA champion and Indiana Mania, reached a 10-million-level endorsement contract with Nike and is about to have a personal signature shoe.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the two sides agreed on an eight-year contract worth $28 million.

The NCAA "female Curry" reached an eight-year, 2,800万️ contract with Nike, and the playing salary was only $76,500

Interestingly, Caitlin is only $76,500 a year in the WNBA this year.

Born in 2002, Caitlin is 183cm tall and is averaging 32.2 points, 7.4 rebounds and 8.7 assists per game in the NCAA this season.

The NCAA "female Curry" reached an eight-year, 2,800万️ contract with Nike, and the playing salary was only $76,500

The 22-year-old University of Iowa superstar scored 35 points against the all-time second-seeded Ohio University in March, surpassing Pete Maravich to become the NCAA all-time leading scorer (men's and women's basketball combined) with an average ticket price of $571, which is far more than the NBA Finals ticket price.

The NCAA "female Curry" reached an eight-year, 2,800万️ contract with Nike, and the playing salary was only $76,500

Clark has excellent long-range three-point shooting ability and is known as the "female Curry" of the NCAA. On this year's All-Star Weekend, the NBA arranged a three-point matchup between Curry and Ionescu, which attracted a lot of attention, and some media have suggested that next season there will be a three-point PK of Splash Brothers vs Ionescu + Clark, which will definitely become a hot spot again.

Clarke's surpassing Maravich is not only an NBA legend, but also an NCAA superstar. Maravich averaged 44.2 points per game and a total of 3,667 points in his collegiate career. He played 10 seasons in the NBA, was a five-time All-Star, and became the single-season scoring champion in 1977. On January 5, 1988, at the age of 40, Maravich died of a heart attack during a wild ball game.

It is worth mentioning that after Clark completed the feat of surpassing Maravich, the NBA official and the WNBA official updated social media to congratulate. The official WNBA wrote: "Congratulations to Clark, the all-time NCAA scoring leader, with 3,668 points and counting!" The NBA retweeted the WNBA's social media and wrote: "Congratulations to Clark!"

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