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Stephen Curry Shares Excitement Over Caitlin Clark, Cameron Brink, and Others, as WNBA Enters the Bay Area: “Make You Tune In and Watch”

Published 11/19/2023, 6:27 AM EST

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A 4x NBA champ’s college basketball comments are creating quite a buzz at the moment. Stephen Curry made sure everyone get a glimpse of future talent with his latest media intreaction. He even named a few of them giving the fans much-needed impetus to tune into this year’s NCAA league.

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The women’s college basketball has gained as much popularity as its male version. The emerging players are noticed by critics and fans alike including NBA stars. A few special players such as Caitlin Clark, Paige Bueckers, Azzi Fudd, and Cameron Brink have only fueled some frenetic fan reactions.

What did Stephen Curry say?


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Curry on Thursday appeared on the ‘Dubs Talk: A Golden State Warriors Podcast’ and deliberated on the college basketball circuit. “It’s been great. It is what should be happening… Lot’s of opportunities in how the game is marketed. The amount of eyeballs that are around it. The amount of talent that’s in the league. You look at the college game right now. Names are coming out every year. You got Caitlin Clark, Paige Bueckers, Azzi Fudd, you got Cameron Brink… You got names all across the board. Make you wanna tune in and watch,” stated Curry.

Notably, Curry had also wished the University of Connecticut star Fudd on her 21st birthday. Fudd has partnered with Curry’s SC30 Inc. brand and is also in a mentorship program under Curry.


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Similarly, other players such as the Iowa Hawkeyes Caitlin Clark has been instrumental in taking the game to another level as over 9.9 million record people had tuned in during their last year’s championship finals. Her performance has been exemplary. Clark recently basketed her ninth 40 points game against the Virginia Tech Hokies, edging past them by a narrow margin of 80-76.

The Huskies’ point guard Bueckers is often compared with Clark for her skills, and chose not to be available for the WNBA 2023 draft and return to her college with an additional year given to her. Her goal is to help her team win the coveted championship. Such is the level of talent and dedication in the college players.

Similarly, Stanford Cardinal star Cameron Brink scored a double-double, helping the team in a blowout victory against the Indiana Hoosiers. The Cardinal are enjoying an unbeaten 3-0 run in the current tournament. But how has the overall game progressed so far?

How’s the NCAA going?


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The NCAA tournament has come with its own share of disappointments and excitement. While reputed teams – the Huskies, the LSU Lady Tigers and the Hawkeyes – have faced a few upsets, the NCAA has also turned the spotlight to some breakout players like the Gamecocks’ MiLaysia Fulwiley and Trojans’ Juju Watkins.

With stalwarts like Curry keeping an eye on the game, it might provide the much-needed motivation to stars to perform better and also give another reason to aspiring talent to give it their best shot so as to be noticed by the game’s greats.


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Written by:

Ritvan Pande


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Ritvan is a NBA content writer at EssentiallySports whose heart swells up whenever insider anecdotes related to the sport come to light. With over 2 years of professional writing experience, Ritvan focuses on providing an in-depth analysis of the games. The legendary trio of Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman mesmerized him and he has been a Chicago Bulls fan ever since.
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