Caitlin Clark Turned Down $15 Million Offer from Ice Cube’s Big3 League

According to co-founder Jeff Kwatinetz, Caitlin Clark could have made at least $15 million if she had agreed to play for Ice Cube’s Big3 league. Clark was offered a historic $5 million deal to play 10 games while still pursuing her WNBA career.

Kwatinetz believes Clark’s team of agents didn’t present her with the offer, a significant loss for her bank account. The deal included a two-year $10 million salary, team ownership, merch revenue, and a stake in a Big3 doc, totaling a minimum of $15 million.

Additionally, the offer came with a guarantee of being coached by two-time Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman. Kwatinetz claims Clark’s agents prioritized being in good graces with the NBA rather than Clark’s best interests.

Kwatinetz accuses the NBA of attempting to sabotage Big3’s success, risking the growth of women’s basketball. Despite not signing the deal, the league continues to support Clark and promote diversity and inclusion.

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