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Angel Reese has announced a decision on her basketball future.

Reese told reporters she was unsure of what to do following LSU’s NCAA Tournament exit on Monday night but had up to around 10:00 PM this Wednesday to announce a decision given that the WNBA requires layers to renounce their remaining NCAA eligibility 48 hours after their last game once they make it to the Elite Eight.

Angel Reese holding a basketball

The Tigers star is taking her talents to the WNBA on the back of her recent disappointment, having revealed as much to Vogue Magazine.

Reece led LSU to a national championship last season and was named the tournament’s most outstanding player.

But she was not able to help them past the Elite Eight this time around as Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes beat them 94-87 in a hotly contested game.

Angel Reese is going to the WNBA. 👏

— theScore (@theScore) April 3, 2024
Also Read: VIDEO: Angel Reese Was Crying Her Eyes Out While Listening To LSU Teammate Flau’jae Johnson Defend Her From Critics

Reese has endured an eventful two seasons at LSU, having reached the pinnacle of college basketball with a title win that brought a hailstorm of media attention and rife scrutiny.


“I haven’t known a day of peace since (the national championship). And it sucks,” she said after Monday’s loss. “But I still wouldn’t change. I wouldn’t change anything.”

Angel Reese Insists She’s Ready For The WNBA

Angel Reese has told Vogue that she’s ready for professional basketball as she’s achieved everything at the college level. An All-American this season, she averaged 18.6 points and 13.4 rebounds per game.

“I’ve done everything I wanted to in college,” she said “I’ve won a national championship, I’ve gotten [Southeastern Conference] Player of the Year, I’ve been an All-American.

My ultimate goal is to be a pro—and to be one of the greatest basketball players to play, ever. I feel like I’m ready.”

Reese is expected to be a top-10 pick in the WNBA Draft.


Days before Angel Reese and the LSU Tigers took on Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes, the talk was on how the two stars were rivals and disliked each other after what happened in last year’s NCAA Championship game.

The LSU women’s basketball star walked off the court with her future uncertain on Monday following the team’s 94-87 loss to Iowa in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.

Before she headed off, Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark participated in the handshake line and many fans noticed that the two superstars had so much respect for each other despite what the media tried to portray.

This is the difference between Caitlin and I. I couldn’t do this.

There’s a great deal of respect between Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark.

They’re fierce competitors who have truly enhanced the game. 🤝#MarchMadness2024

A lot of respect between Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark. Fierce competitors. They’ve made the game better.

Nothing but respect between Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese 🤞

Classy handshake line includes Kim Mulkey embracing/giving props to Caitlin Clark. Angel Reese and Clark with a quick nod of respect

The two sharing a moment after the game comes as no surprise, as they have seemingly always supported each other.

Angel Reese’s junior season came to an end after a rematch of last year’s National Championship game, with Iowa star Caitlin Clark scoring 41 points in the highly-anticipated revenge game.

Clark stuffed the stat sheet with 12 assists, seven rebounds, two steals, and one block while connecting on nine three-pointers.

Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark embracing each other

Reese recorded 17 points and 20 rebounds in 36 minutes before she fouled out with just under two minutes in the fourth quarter, via

Clark declared for the 2024 WNBA Draft and is the consensus No. 1 pick, which is owned by the Indiana Fever.

Angel Reese Has Yet To make Decision For Her Future After Loss In Elite 8

Angel Reese has a big decision to make as she has the option to return to LSU for one more year or she can declare for the WNBA Draft, where she’s a projected first-round pick.

After the loss in the elite 8, she has 48 hours to decide if she’s declaring for the draft, which will be held on April 15 in Brooklyn.

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