Angel Reese of the LSU Tigers is a national champion but wouldn’t exit the court before she made sure to let Caitlin Clark know.
Clark was taunted by the LSU Tigers star at the conclusion of the national championship game on Sunday night.
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Former ESPN broadcaster Keith Olbermann was among those who despised it. He not only detested it but referred to Reese as a “fucking idiot.”
He continued: “Doesn’t matter the gender, the sport, the background – you’re seconds away from a championship and you do something like this and overshadow all the good. Mindless, classless, and what kind of coach does this team have?”
“Classless. IMO. But she’s been that way the whole tournament so doesn’t surprise me. Congrats to LSU though.,” one fan wrote.
“Excellent player, good game. But is all that necessary? Humble in victory?” one fan added.
“So, a player directly taunting an opposing player isn’t a technical foul?” one fan wrote.
“I like how she is show boating and wasn’t even the best player on her own team today. We couldn’t see you behind Jasmine Carson if it wasn’t for her you wouldn’t have that ring,” one fan wrote.
Angel Reese and the LSU Tigers are officially national champions after downing Iowa with an incredible 102-85 performance Sunday evening. She finished with 15 points on 5-of-12 shooting with 10 rebounds, five assists, and three steals.
Across six tournament games, Reese averaged 21.3 points and 15.2 rebounds per game.