Brittney Griner's Heartfelt Moment With Caitlin Clark Brings Fans To Tears Ahead of WNBA Clash

Photo: Instagram/Brittney Griner

The WNBA is abuzz with anticipation as the Indiana Fever prepare to take on the Phoenix Mercury in a highly anticipated match this Sunday.

It marks the first encounter of the season between Caitlin Clark and the Fever, facing off against Diana Taurasi, Brittney Griner, and the Mercury, with this being their sole road meeting in 2024.

Leading up to the game, all eyes were on a touching moment between Brittney Griner, the Mercury's center, and rookie Caitlin Clark. Just moments before tip-off, Griner approached Clark, following Taurasi, and warmly embraced the young player.

Photo: Instagram/Brittney Griner

The exchange, captured by user Vanshay Murdock and shared widely, highlighted the stark height difference between the two WNBA stars.

Fans took to social media to express their emotions, with one writing, "BG like a giant compared to her I’m crying," reflecting on Griner's imposing stature next to Clark. Another fan exclaimed, "Oh my god BG compared to CC," underscoring the visual contrast between the seasoned veteran and the rookie.


Despite the touching pre-game moment, fans anticipate a fierce competition between Griner and Clark during Sunday's matchup, showcasing both the camaraderie and competitiveness that define the WNBA.


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