The Entire Internet Is Loving Caitlin Clark’s New Gatorade Commercial

Caitlin Clark in Gatorade commercial Caitlin Clark (Photo via Gatorade/Twitter)
Caitlin Clark captivated the basketball world last season as a member of the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Clark made the most of her notoriety under the new NIL guidelines that the NCAA implemented in 2021. Notwithstanding not receiving compensation from Iowa for his collegiate basketball exploits, the Indiana Fever great has amassed a prosperous career. During her time in college, Clark signed several endorsement contracts, most notably with Gatorade and State Farm.

Fans have been raving about Gatorade’s first advertisement, which features rookie Caitlin Clark of the Indiana Fever.

In the first commercial, Clark looked natural as she made consecutive good shots in a nearly completely dark gym while her personal achievements flickered on the screen. The 30-second commercial concluded with the phrases “It’s just getting started” and “Caitlin is just getting started,” flashing one after the other.

She is not going to become less famous very soon. The all-time best scorer in college basketball continues to receive generous sponsorship from her longstanding business partners even after taking a chance and joining the WNBA. Over the past few years, Caitlin Clark’s endorsements have generated a sizable sum of money. She has partnerships with eleven businesses, such as State Farm, Nike, and Gatorade.

The senior from Iowa broke Pete Maravich’s all-time scoring record with an estimated NIL valuation of $910,000. After creating even more collegiate history, however, the valuation shot up to $3.1 million, according to ON3.

In the 2024 WNBA Draft, the Fever selected Clark as the first overall pick. Despite what many people think, she kept her NIL money when she entered the workforce. Her collaborations merely turned into endorsements.

Caitlin Clark Struggles In First Career WNBA Game

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Tuesday night, the Indiana Fever lost to the Connecticut Sun 92-71 despite Caitlin Clark’s 20 points and ten turnovers towards the end of her WNBA debut.

The first quarter ended with no points for the NCAA’s all-time Division I scoring leader, who finished the game 5 for 15 from the field. Before she finally got on the scoreboard halfway through the second period, she missed her first four shots.

Clark did start heating up from the field, hitting four 3-pointers, including one from long range.

“Caitlin was able to get her some looks, able to knock them down. Our spacing was not great,” Indiana coach Christie Sides said. “Connecticut came in and punched us in the mouth tonight. We’ll be in the gym tomorrow watching a lot of video trying to figure out how not to turn the ball over 25 times.”

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