Reese spoke to the media this Wednesday about her hectic week. She made an appearance at the Met Gala on Monday and then followed that up with a 13-point performance in a preseason win over the New York Liberty on Tuesday.

Angel Reese of the Chicago Sky.

Additionally, Reese sent a message to anyone questioning the future of the WNBA. The former LSU star wants everyone to know that the league is on the rise.

“Games are going to be packed. Standing-room only sometimes. We might get those. They just told us when I go back home to Washington, we’re playing where the Wizards play. So the change is happening and it’s not going to stop here,” Reese said, via ESPN. “We’re in a great direction with the charter flights. Being able to have that, that’s a step in the right direction.

“The [collective bargaining agreement] stuff is about to happen within the next year, too, so just understanding the gravitation we have, everything is in our hands right now to control.”

Reese will make her regular-season debut on May 15 against the Dallas Wings. Tipoff is set for 8 p.m. ET.

There’ll be plenty of eyes on Reese this season. After all, she’s one of the most popular players the sport has to offer.