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The Indiana Fever selected Iowa superstar Caitlin Clark with the No. 1 pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft on Monday.

If Clark signs with the Fever she will earn just $336,000 over 4 years. Her annual paycheck will be less than a teacher or a bus driver makes in 6 months.

Clark will earn the same salary as the three WNBA Draft picks that followed her: Cameron Brink, Kamilla Cardoso and Rickea Jackson.

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Ice Cube’s offer of $5 million for Clark to play for his Big3 League is still on the table.

Clark, 22, is the NCAA’s all-time leading scorer in both men and women’s basketball. She scored 3,951 points in 4 years and she helped lead Iowa to the national championship final two years in a row.

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Iowa set an attendance record when 55,646 fans packed Kinnick Stadium to watch Clark play against the DePaul Blue Demons in a game to benefit UI Children’s Hospital in October.

Iowa retired Clark’s No. 22 jersey after her final game.

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NFL star Russell Wilson was among those outraged after Clark’s WNBA salary was announced.

Wilson tweeted that Clark and other WNBA players should be paid more.

“These ladies deserve so much more… Praying for the day,” he wrote.

Clark will earn millions outside of the WNBA. Her NIL deal is the second highest behind USC’s Bronny James. Both athletes are signed to Nike.