Angel McCoughtry: Returning to the WNBA to Protect Caitlin Clark

Seasoned WNBA star Angel McCoughtry is gearing up to defend rising talent Caitlin Clark from aggressive play. McCoughtry has announced her intention to rejoin the Indiana Fever, aiming to ensure Clark’s safety on the court.

In an interview on “TMZ Sports,” McCoughtry addressed the issue after Chicago Sky’s Chennedy Carter engaged in rough play against Clark, sparking conversations in the basketball world.

McCoughtry stressed the importance of WNBA players supporting and protecting each other, particularly against unsportsmanlike behavior.

With her impressive resume as the number one pick in 2009, a five-time WNBA All-Star, and a two-time scoring champion, McCoughtry is committed to making a comeback.

Committed to Protecting Clark

McCoughtry is eager to bring her veteran expertise and fierce dedication back to the court, ready to defend players like Clark.

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“Take care of your players. Every one of you,” she insisted.

A Call for Support

“I don’t care who it is. If someone is yanking your player by the neck, I’m in their face. ‘What do you think you’re doing?’ We can be friends off the court, but right now, it’s game time. Don’t mistreat my player.

“Sign me up! As a veteran, I’ll make sure to protect and do what’s necessary.

“I’m ready to return [to the WNBA]. Someone, reach out! I’m here! Call me! I’m still dunking the basketball!

“I want to play for a team with championship potential or mentor young talents like Caitlin Clark. She needs that veteran presence to guide her through the season.”

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