Caitlin Clark snubbed by USA Basketball. Fever star left off Olympic team fo

Caitlin Clark, the most popular women’s basketball player in the nation, if not the world, has been left off the 2024 U.S. Olympic women’s basketball roster, three people with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports Saturday morning.

This confirms USA TODAY Sports’ overnight reporting that Clark — whose thrilling logo 3’s and pinpoint passes have electrified record crowds and TV audiences while earning her WNBA rookie of the month honors and numerous rookie statistical records — has been snubbed by USA Basketball.

USA Basketball, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee and Clark could not immediately be reached for comment Saturday morning.

There are still 27 games left in the season, and Sides is keeping that perspective in the front of her mind.

“When I took this job last year, they had won five games. We built a strong culture here that I’m so proud of, and you have to keep getting better,” Sides said. “We don’t want to settle for 13 wins, so now we’ve got to add players and we got a great player in Caitlin Clark, got a great player in Temi (Fagbenle), we’ve got a great player in Katie Lou (Samuelson). Things change when you get those new players, so we come to camp and we have just a few days to get ready for our first game, and then we play more games than anybody — without practices — playing against the best teams in the league.”

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