Angel Reese Shows Up To Latest WNBA Game Wearing Just A Bra

Angel Reese Shows Up To Latest WNBA Game Wearing Just A Bra

Angel Reese is obviously a rookie in the WNBA, but she is commanding more attention these days than just about anyone else in the league.

Sure, Caitlin Clark is inarguably the biggest first-year star around at the moment. But Reese is a close second.

On Saturday the Chicago Sky’s new franchise player made headlines when she showed up to her most recent outing wearing just a bra.

The visual largely speaks for itself:


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Fans had some strong reactions to Reese’s wardrobe choice, and they weren’t shy about expressing themselves on social media.

“Stunning,” one fan wrote.

“Models and ballers at the same time,” another person agreed.

“Reese fitted,” a third fan chimed in.

Reese has been able to manage all the attention and hype quite effectively thus far. While Clark is 0-3 so far in her pro career, the Sky are a far more respectable 1-1 at the moment.

It will be interesting to see where all parties involved go from here.

Angel Reese Is No Stranger To Going Viral

One thing Reese isn’t shy about is causing a stir. It was a huge part of her marketability at the collegiate level, and she has brought that same energy to the pro ranks.

Over the past few months alone Reese has gone viral for everything ranging from her provocative outfits to NBA games to her wild party photos with Olivia Dunne to her public flirtation with the biggest rapper in the game.

This week was just the latest example of how big of a name in the sports scene she truly is.

Reese’s rookie year is clearly off with a bang. What will she ultimately go viral for next? Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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