Caitlin Clark Lands Eight-Year, $28M Endorsement Deal With Nike

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After agreeing to a relatively meager four-year, $338,000 contract with the WNBA's Indiana Fever, Caitlin Clark has secured her financial future through a lucrative endorsement deal with Nike.

According to Fox News, Clark agreed to an eight-year deal worth up $28 million. Adidas, Under Armour and Puma were all apparently in the running to land the former Iowa Hawkeyes star. 

Nike is reportedly betting on Clark continuing her dominance in the WNBA, as well as being a major part of the Olympics in 2028 and in 2032. The company is also included a signature shoe in Clark's contract. 

Under Armour reportedly came the closest to courting Clark. The Athletic reported Stephen Curry was involved in the pitch and The Journal reported the offer was a four-year deal worth $16 million.

Clark finished her senior season with the Hawkeyes as the highest NCAA scorer of all time among men and women. During her college career she career she scored a total of 3,951 points, including 548 three-pointers made on 1,452 attempts for a 37.7% mark from beyond the arc.

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