Chicago Tribune editorial board defends Caitlin Clark, likens Sky guard’s hip-check to assault

Caitlin Clark found a defender in the Chicago Tribune editorial board on Monday.

The newspaper’s editorial board published a full-throated defense of the Indiana Fever rookie after she was hip-checked to the floor by Chicago Sky guard Chennedy Carter in the third quarter of their matchup on Saturday. The piece likened Carter’s foul to an assault.

The editorial board added that Clark hasn’t done anything to deserve the treatment she’s been receiving.

The piece also said Clark has more pressure on her shoulders than most players in the league and called on other players to take care of things, like the Carter foul, before it gets out of hand.

“It’s also incumbent among the experienced WNBA players to nip this nonsense in the bud, before it’s too late.”

Carter said later Monday she had no complaints about the fallout from the foul. 슬롯하는법 잭팟 룰렛

Chicago head coach Teresa Weatherspoon gave a lengthier statement on the matter and called Carter’s foul inappropriate.

“As a team, we will grow together and continue to work hard to display strong leadership and set a positive example for our competitors, fans, and partners.”

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