Caitlin Clark Blocks Little Kids' Shots At Charity Event: 'Get That Weak Stuff Outta Here'

Indiana Fever's first overall draft pick, Caitlin Clark, has been known to ball out against her peers, that is to say, she also evidently doesn't take it easy on kids half her size. At Gainbridge's Habitat for Humanity charity event on Tuesday, Clark was seen showing off her great defense, as she was going one-on-one with what appears to be a little boy, who looked no older than a Kindergartner.

Most professional athletes at charity events usually at least let the children get a shot up, not CC, as she wound up and blocked the kid's attempt. Seemingly saying in her head, "Get that weak stuff outta here."

The kid reacted to this by saying, "That isn't fair," and it certainly is not considering that Clark is 6-foot tall, but the most popular woman's basketball player in the world knows the value of teaching them young.

Clark was seen laughing it off, as she was making kids cry. Apparently, she did this multiple times throughout the time she played with them.

All in all it was for a good cause, as Clark, on her team's day off, joined Indiana Pacers forward Isaiah Jackson in helping out the community. The respective WNBA and NBA player both came together, along with Group 1001 and Habitat for Humanity, in a project that consisted of building a house for a family in the local area.

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Clark has played 13 games so far in her WNBA career, and she is averaging 16.3 points (37.3% FG; 33.0% 3PT), 4.9 rebounds, 6.0 assists to go along with 1.5 steals and 0.8 blocks in 32.6 minutes per game.

Ultimately, Clark has shown she is capable of hanging with the best of the best, and it would seem also CC has boosted her own ego by schooling little kids at charity events.

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