Caitlin Clark’s Last Dance Generating Huge Ticket Prices

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The final regular-season home game for Caitlin Clark at Iowa has shattered ticket price records for both NCAA WBB and WNBA games. Per Vivid Seats, the most expensive ticket for Iowa-Ohio State this weekend comes in at an eye-watering $5,199. The lowest available tickets will set fans back $408. When Clark broke the NCAA women’s scoring record against Michigan earlier this month, tickets were $337.

However, Clark’s final regular-season game at Carver-Hawkeye Arena will also likely see her break yet another record. Clark is 18 points shy of breaking Pete Maravich’s all-NCAA scoring record of 3,667. Looking past the season-ending game against Ohio State, Clark could break the all-level women’s college record, set in the pre-NCAA AIAW by Pearl Moore. Would you pay $5,199 to watch a basketball game? Let us know in the comments.

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Is Caitlin Clark Headed To The WNBA?

However, despite being the presumptive No. 1 pick in this year’s WNBA Draft, it’s still unclear if Clark is going to make the jump to the pros. “I’m going to know when I need to know. I think it’s very similar to my college decision. It’s like I’m in the recruiting process again. It’s really not something I think about every day or let weigh on me. I’m focused on helping this team be the best they can be. The biggest thing is I’m just going to trust my gut. I’m not going to do a lot of research on what’s better. I’m going to trust my gut and go with that,” Clark said before the season.

Clark, who turns 22 in February 2024, is part of the final class of players who can declare for a fifth year of eligibility due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She has been one of the best, if not the best, players in women’s college basketball during her time at Iowa. She won National Player of the Year last year and was second in scoring average as well as first in assists and made threes. Players have until 48 hours after their final game of the season to declare for the draft.

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