Angel Reese CRIES After learning she was selected for the WNBA All-Star team reveal her secret

Angel Reese CRIES After learning she was selected for the WNBA All-Star team reveal her secret

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Soon after leaving the floor on Tuesday night, Angel Reese sobbed to learn that she had been selected for the WNBA All-Star team.

The Sky rookie broke down in tears as she spoke with media following Chicago’s 85-77 victory over the Atlanta Dream.

“They just told me I’m an All-Star, but we won today.” At the Gateway Center in Georgia, Reese choked back tears as she stated, “I mean, I’m just so happy.”

I am aware of the effort I made. She said, “I was doubted by a lot of people coming into this league, believing that my game wouldn’t translate and that I wouldn’t be the player I was in college, better, or worse, and wouldn’t be where I am right now.”

However, I believed in the process and trusted it. I’m grateful that I was able to come to Chicago by dropping to No. 7 in the WNBA Draft. It’s merely auspicious.

‘I can’t thank my teammates and coaches enough for believing in me and trusting me,’ Reese said as she wrapped up her moving speech. I am truly content at the moment.

Reese will compete alongside her longstanding adversary Caitlin Clark in a pre-Olympic event in Phoenix alongside Aliyah Boston, Dearica Hamby, and Arika Ogunbowale.

With over 700,00 votes, Clark received the most votes, and Reese came in fifth place with 381,518.

Over the past few months, the WNBA has benefited greatly from the two superstar rookies who are credited with taking the league to new heights in terms of attendance, retail sales, and ratings.

Their hatred reached a peak in the professional ranks a few weeks ago when Reese hit Clark in the face during Chicago’s victory over Indiana. They had squared off in the college national final the previous season.

They will have to set aside their disagreements for this one game only, though, as they prepare to play the Paris Olympic squad a few weeks after learning they had both been left off of the roster for this summer’s trip to Europe.

Both of them have been playing well on the court; Reese leads the WNBA in rebounding (11.4), and Clark is third in assists (6.9).

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