Lil Durk Makes $10 Million Deal Offer For Anticipated Caitlin Clark’s Move To Join BIG3

Caitlin Clark, a standout basketball player from Iowa, has been receiving multiple offers to join various teams following her impressive performance against LSU in the Elite Eight on Monday night. Rapper Lil Durk has offered her $10 million to join his team, while Ice Cube has made a similar offer for Clark to join the BIG3 league in addition to the WNBA. These offers are a testament to Caitlin’s remarkable talent and athleticism on the court. It’s inspiring to see such recognition and support for women’s basketball.

On Instagram, Cube explained why he wants Clark in the BIG3.

“We intended the offer to remain private while Caitlin Clark plays for the championship. But I won’t deny what’s now already out there: BIG3 made a historic offer to Caitlin Clark,”

Why wouldn’t we? Caitlin is a generational athlete who can achieve tremendous success in the BIG3. The skeptics laughed when we made Nancy Lieberman the first female coach of a men’s pro team, and she won the championship in her first year. “Then Lisa Leslie won it all in year two. With our offer, Caitlin Clark can make history and break down even more barriers for women athletes.”

During a press conference held before the Sweet Sixteen, the Iowa women’s basketball player, Clark, was asked to comment on a particular situation. Clark responded by saying that her focus is solely on her current team and their upcoming game. Clark and her Iowa teammates have been working hard in preparation for the Final Four, where they are scheduled to face off against UConn later this week. It is clear that Clark is prioritizing her team’s success and is fully committed to bringing her best performance to the court.

She said at the time,

“To be honest, I found out about the BIG3 thing at the exact time you all did, and my main focus is on just playing basketball,” “I honestly don’t talk about those things with really anybody. I have other people that deal with it, and they haven’t said a word to me about it. My main focus is on this team and helping us find a way to beat Colorado and hopefully win another one after that.”

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