“Punches Thrown in Epic WNBA Clash: Legend’s Blunt Response Stuns”


Nancy Lieberman’s Outspoken Defense of Caitlin Clark Amidst Chennedy Carter Confrontation

“I Would’ve Punched Her in the Face”

Los Angeles, CA – Legendary basketball star and coach Nancy Lieberman has made headlines with her bold opinion on the recent controversy surrounding Caitlin Clark and Chennedy Carter. During an appearance on FanDuel’s “Run It Back” panel, Lieberman expressed her unwavering support for Clark, a rising star in the WNBA.

Carter’s hip-check on Clark, which was upgraded to a flagrant foul after Saturday’s game between the Chicago Sky and Indiana Fever, sparked a heated debate in the sports community. When asked how she would have reacted in Clark’s position, Lieberman’s answer was as blunt as it gets.

“If I were Caitlin Clark, I would’ve punched her in the face,” she declared. “I’m from New York, and I would’ve told her to f— off. That would actually cure the problem.”

Clark’s Unique Impact on the WNBA

Lieberman’s comments reflect not only her admiration for Clark’s talent but also her belief in the significance of her impact on the league. She compared Clark to NBA icon LeBron James, suggesting that the young player has the potential to elevate the sport in unprecedented ways.

“People need to thank Caitlin Clark for being that generational athlete that is making them wealthy,” Lieberman said. “They will have generational wealth. They will not have chartered jets without her. They wouldn’t have been on TV. I know the W has worked hard over the last 27, 28 years. But they weren’t doing this with all the greats, the Hall of Famers — Lisa [Leslie], [Diana] Taurasi, [Sue] Bird. It was still sporadic with some of the greatest players in the game.”

Moreover, Lieberman believes Clark’s appeal transcends gender barriers. “She has caught the interest of the common person, both women, men, children… We need to celebrate her, not tolerate her.”

Lieberman’s Criticism of Carter and the Indiana Fever

While chastising Carter for her actions, Lieberman also criticized Clark’s Indiana Fever teammates for failing to come to her defense.

“I’ve known Chennedy since she was in high school here in Dallas. She’s a tough kid. She’s a really good basketball player,” Lieberman said. “But, damn, where’s Caitlin Clark’s teammates?”

“I’d be p—ed as s— at my teammates if nobody came to my defense… Indiana has to be better.”

Nancy Lieberman’s Legacy and Endorsement of Clark

Nancy Lieberman, 65, is not only an outspoken voice on sports matters but also an esteemed figure in the basketball world. As a player, she was a two-time Olympic silver medalist, a seven-time All-American, and a member of both the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. She currently serves as a broadcaster for the Oklahoma City Thunder and as head coach of Power, a team in the BIG3.

Her endorsement of Caitlin Clark, therefore, carries significant weight and speaks volumes about the young player’s potential to shape the future of women’s basketball. As Clark continues to navigate the ups and downs of professional sports, she can find solace in the unwavering support of a legend like Nancy Lieberman, who firmly believes that her impact on the league will be enduring and transformative.

Data sourced from: foxnews.com