Caitlin Clark
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Former Iowa Hawkeyes record-breaking guard Caitlin Clark is making her WNBA regular-season debut with the Indiana Fever against the Connecticut Sun Tuesday evening.

It is one of the most-anticipated debuts in the history of the growing women’s basketball brand. After all, Clark did break the college basketball records (men’s and women’s) for points scored in both a season and throughout a career.

She’s set to take over as the face of the WNBA at a time of unprecedented growth for the league.

How high are expectations for Clark heading into her regular-season opener? We’re glad you asked. Well, AI (Artificial Intelligence) is glad you asked.

In a sign of the modern times, AI predicted how Clark’s WNBA career will go.

ChatGPT, Gemini and Copilot all predicted that Clark will finish her career as the WNBA’s all-time leading scorer. Per Fastest Payout Online Casino, AI also predicts that Clark will finish as the all-time points-per-game leader.

Diana Taurasi of the Phoenix Mercury is currently the all-time WNBA leading scorer at 10,108 points. That’s a large hill for Clark to climb.

Oh, but there’s a whole heck of a lot more to the AI predictions.

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AI Very Bullish On Caitlin Clark Having Success In The WNBA

Caitlin Clark
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Here are some bullet points AI came up with as it relates to Clark’s career.

  • All models listed above predict that Clark will win WNBA Rookie of the Year.
  • AI predicts Clark will win three NBA titles.
  • AI predicts Clark will pull a LeBron James and leave Indiana for a “larger market.” In this scenario, the Las Vegas Aces will be her eventual landing spot before returning to the Fever to end her career.
  • All models predict that Clark will be a Hall of Famer.

In addition to this, Clark’s predicted rookie stats are somewhat otherworldly.

  • Caitlin Clark stats (ChatGPT prediction): 21.5 PPG, 6.2 APG, 4.8 RPG, 45% shooting

Perhaps, we should let Clark play one regular-season game before making predictions. Then again, AI is set to become our overlords. Let’s not upset “them” too much.