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Clark is grateful for everything basketball has given her, but she understandably wants to “be normal” sometimes.

“The hardest part about being Caitlin Clark I would say is having to feel like you’re always on,” Clark said. “You just have bad days. There are days where you don’t want to talk to anyone. But somebody comes up to you and this is their 10-second interaction, so you better smile and be kind. But at the same time, you just want to be normal sometimes.”

Towards the end of this clip, ESPN’s camera crew shows a man approach Clark at a restaurant to tell her, “Good game.” It seemed like a harmless interaction, but it goes to show how she really doesn’t have much privacy.

The hype surrounding Clark isn’t going to die down anytime soon.

With the WNBA season about to begin, there are so many fans eager to see Clark in action. Her debut is set for May 14.

The 2024 ESPYS presented by Capital One are finally here. Vote and help decide which of your favorite athletes will go home with the show’s biggest honors.


After a historic final year at Iowa, Caitlin Clark collected nominations in three categories: Best Athlete, Women’s Sports; Best College Athlete, Women’s Sports and Best Record-Breaking Performance. The back-to-back WNBA Finals champion Las Vegas Aces are nominated for Best Team, while Aces center A’ja Wilson gets a nod in both Best Athlete, Women’s Sports and Best WNBA Player categories.


Patrick Mahomes, winner of last year’s Best Athlete, Men’s Sports and Best NFL Player, once again earned nominations in both categories. His Kansas City Chiefs are up for Best Team, alongside the recently crowned NBA champion Boston Celtics. Shohei Ohtani, who leads the National League in batting average and home runs, secured nominations in Best Athlete, Men’s Sports and Best MLB Player categories.


Your vote helps decide the winners! Cast it now and tune in July 11 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC to find out who brings home an ESPY.