Clark and Reese remain two of the most talked about college athletes in recent times.

Clark and Reese

Clark and ReeseTony GutierrezAP

Jason Whitlock believes that Angel Reese’s fame is solely due to her taunting of Caitlin Clark.

Whitlock shared this opinion following LSU’s loss to Iowa in the Women’s NCAA tournament Elite Eight, despite Reese’s impressive performance of 17 points and 20 rebounds, marking her 27th double-double of the season.

Clark dominated the game, scoring 41 points, but Whitlock remains steadfast in his viewpoint.

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“We can officially quit putting Angel Reese on Caitlin Clark’s level. Stop it.” Whitlock emphasized.

He then suggested that Clark is an exceptional player, contrasting Reese’s rise to fame, which he attributes to her taunting during last year’s tournament final, where LSU emerged victorious.

Referencing Reese’s use of John Cena’s “You Can’t See Me” gesture, previously employed by Clark, Whitlock suggests that Reese’s fame has escalated since March Madness, even featuring in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

However, Reese has expressed challenges associated with her newfound fame following the conclusion of LSU’s season.