Angel Reese continues in Caitlin Clark’s shadow as WNBA contract figures revealed

Clark was the first pick in the WNBA Draft, and Reese was seventh.
Monday night was a dream come true for the top women’s collegiate basketball players in recent years, as their names were called in the 2024 WNBA Draft.
Caitlin Clark was a definite inevitability as the first overall pick, while Angel Reese dropped slightly but finished seventh overall. The contract figures for both were known as soon as they were selected.

Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark’s contract
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Clark will make more than Reese since he was drafted higher, but only by a little margin.


If those figures appear modest, it is because the WNBA has yet to fully take off and generate several streams of significant revenue. The league hopes that Clark and Reese, along with other really good players from their draft class, will attract millions of new viewers and fans.
If that happens, the league will continue to grow in income. greater money for the league equals greater money for the players.


Given Clark’s record-breaking viewership for ESPN during the NCAA Tournament and Reese’s massive social media following, the two are poised to transform the WNBA. Don’t worry, they’ll make a lot of money on the side from sponsorship deals.

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