Damian Lillard’s stormy tweet with 2 million views takes a jab at the apparent disparity in the fouls called on the Mountaineers and the Hawkeyes. “Caitlin Clark becoming a disgrace to the game” “Refs could have called 20 more fouls”. Ignoring everything, Clark responded with arrogant actions, proving who was the best player on the court is.

Milwaukee BucksDamian Lillard’s comments on Caitlin Clark’s game receive approval from fan

Milwaukee Bucks star Damian Lillard tweeted about the officiating in the women’s NCAA Tournament matchup between West Virginia and Caitlin Clark’s Iowa Hawkeyes.

Dame’s tweet, which has been viewed over 517,000 times and reposted almost 3,000 times, takes a jab at the apparent disparity in the fouls called on the Mountaineers and the Hawkeyes:

The Hawkeyes won the contest 64-54 to advance to the Sweet Sixteen against Colorado. Iowa struggled to put away WVU until the final couple of minutes, with the Mountaineers giving it everything they got.

West Virginia was called for 27 fouls, as opposed to Iowa’s 11. That led to a large free-throw disparity, with the Hawkeyes making 25 of 30 foul shots, while the Mountaineers went a paltry 3-of-5 from the line.

Fans reacted to Lillard’s tweet, with many agreeing with his take. One even went as far as to call Caitlin Clark “a disgrace to the game,” while others commented on how the Bucks star likely just saw the box score and drew his conclusions from there:

“Yeah Caitlin Clark is becoming a disgrace to the game. LeBron level Whistle for a 110 pound woman is nasty,” tweeted one.

Here are some of the top reactions on X:

Despite the criticism, Caitlin Clark was the consensus best player on the floor for Iowa. The Des Moines native chipped in 32 points and eight rebounds and also handed out three assists. She shot 8-22 from the field and 11-12 from the free-throw line.

What’s next for Caitlin Clark and Iowa?

Caitlin Clark and the Hawkeyes will face No. 5 Colorado Buffaloes in the Sweet Sixteen.

The Lady Buffs are making their second straight Sweet Sixteen appearance after beating No. 14 Drake 86-72 and No. 4 Kansas State 63-50.

Coach JR Payne’s squad boasts a balanced offense, as seven players average at least 5.5 points a game.

Their leading scorer is junior center Aaronette Vonleh (sister of former NBA player Noah Vonleh).

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