Caitlin Clark's possible WNBA contract might come as a surprise, and not in a good way.

Caitlin Clark, the NCAA Division I all-time top scorer, has stated that she will enter the 2024 WNBA draft.  

Clark has decided not to pursue a fifth year of education, prompting rumors about a potential wage decrease compared to what she presently receives through NIL partnerships.  

Clark, the Iowa Hawkeyes' point guard, was given an extra year after the COVID-19 epidemic disrupted her freshman year, and she has amassed a remarkable list of endorsements.  

Clark's estimated NIL valuation is $3.5 million, placing him fourth after Bronny James, Shedeur Sanders, and Livvy Dunne, according to On3 NIL.  

Fans were astonished to find that Caitlin Clark, one of the greatest college basketball players of all time, could receive less than $80,000 in a WNBA rookie contract as the top pick.  

Despite this, fans point out that her jersey sales will most certainly generate millions for the professional team she joins.  

Clark has indicated that her main sponsors will not dump her when she gets pro,   

and her deals are expected to grow as she progresses to the next level, debunking the myth that she will lose money in the WNBA.  

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