Angel Reese is making it clear she only takes shots on the court.

In a Wednesday post on X, formerly Twitter, the former Louisiana State University star forward discussed what it was like spending time with her fellow 2024 WNBA draft prospects ahead of Monday night’s draft, which was held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City.

In noting how much fun she had with the other prospects, Reese also seemed to address rumors that there had been animosity between her and other players during her college basketball career — particularly former Iowa Hawkeyes superstar Caitlin Clark.

“The best part of the weekend in NYC was getting to know all the girls after being sooo competitive for the last 4 years!!” she wrote.

“Everybody was such a vibe & we all had so much FUN which shows how competitive we all are ON THE COURT!!”

“NOTHING IS PERSONAL!!!” she added.

Reese and Clark were seen together at the same pre-draft festivities in New York City over the weekend.

The two were filmed posing for pictures at the Empire State Building with other players in the draft class, such as Cameron Brink, Dyaisha Fair, Marquesha Davis and Aaliyah Edwards.

At one point, Reese and Clark posed for a selfie together.

On Tuesday, Reese posted a TikTok of her and Brink dancing in front of the camera, as Clark relaxes on a couch in the background.

Clark and Reese also posed together for photos at Monday’s draft event. Reese was selected at No. 7 by the Chicago Sky, and Clark was selected at the No. 1 pick by the Indiana Fever.

Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark photographed together before the WNBA basketball draft on Monday, April 15, 2024, in New York City.

Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark photographed together before the WNBA basketball draft on Monday, April 15, 2024, in New York City. via Associated Press

Reese has been sharply criticized for her trash-talking behavior during games.

The 21-year-old was called “classless” for doing the “you can’t see me” hand gesture — a move popularized by pro wrestler/actor John Cena — toward Clark during last year’s championship game of the NCAA Division 1 women’s basketball tournament, in which the LSU Tigers ultimately defeated the Hawkeyes.

Many have since said that the outrage directed toward Reese, who is Black, is rooted in racism and sexism, since male players and white female players don’t typically receive the same level of harsh judgment for similar conduct.

Clark, who’s white, had done the same “you can’t see me” gesture and did not face the same kind of backlash that Reese did.

Both Clark and Reese have publicly said in the past that their behavior during games is strictly about being competitive in the moment, and that they have mutual respect for each other.

In February, Reese publicly congratulated Clark when she became the NCAA Division 1 all-time leading scorer.

“Congratulations @CaitlinClark22 KEEP BREAKING RECORDS & MAKING HER-STORY!” Reese wrote on X at the time.

Gabby Marshall has her own pizza-The Gabizza! Next time your at Riverside Casino (Riverside), stop and get one!

With college basketball underway, what better way to prepare for it than with “The Gabizza,” Gabbie Marshall’s signature pizza.

Enjoy a Gabbizza during the Riverside Casino & Golf Resort Meet & Greet session with Gabbie on Friday, November 17 from 5-7 PM.

Gabbie will be there to sign your favorite Hawkeye memorabilia, including her very own RAYGUN shirts available in their Gift Shop.

Marshall created a popular pizza for Riverside earlier in the year called the “Gabbizza,” which is available exclusively at the 22 & Vine restaurant inside the resort.

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Marshall created a popular pizza for Riverside earlier in the year called the “Gabbizza,” which is available exclusively at the 22 & Vine restaurant inside the resort.

The pizza features ingredients handpicked by Marshall—chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, and a special ranch Alfredo sauce prepared on a sourdough crust.

“It’s an honor to host Gabbie Marshall at Riverside and we are pleased to give our guests a chance to meet her,” said Riverside General Manager Damon John.

“She’s an impressive person outside of her success on the basketball court and we are thrilled to partner with her through SWARM.”

Guests are encouraged to bring their own items for Marshall to sign and she will be available to take photos.

RAYGUN has created several Marshall t-shirts including The Spark, Gabbizza, Pretty Eyes, and Defender and Sniper. The shirts will be available to purchase at the Riverside Gift Shop.

While approaching the NCAA Division I women’s basketball career scoring record, Caitlin Clark earned something more than just a spot in the sport’s history books.

She got an apology from one of the best women’s basketball players of all-time.

After taking a dig at the Iowa basketball star in comments that generated widespread attention and criticism, Sheryl Swoopes on Sunday said she has since reached out to Clark to talk things over and apologize.

LSU star Angel Reese, who had her own memorable moment last year with Clark during the national championship game, helped facilitate the conversation.

Swoopes said she spoke with Reese on the phone “a couple of weeks ago” and sent a message to Clark, who responded to initiate a back-and-forth.

“I won’t share what she said. I’ll leave that to her if she wants to share,” Swoopes said while on the broadcast of a Texas Tech-Baylor women’s basketball game on Sunday.

“But I will say, what I said to her was, ‘I made a mistake in saying it was your fifth year when it is your fourth.’”

Swoopes has one of the most decorated resumes of any player in women’s basketball history at any level, winning four WNBA championships, four Olympic gold medals, three WNBA MVP awards and an NCAA championship, the last of which she won at Texas Tech in 1993.

WNBA: Sheryl Swoopes reveals apology to Caitlin Clark after inaccurate takes

Swoopes was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2016.

While making an appearance on a YouTube show hosted by former NBA all-star Gilbert Arenas earlier this month, Swoopes downplayed Clark’s pending ascent to No. 1 on the career scoring list by citing several inaccurate stats, saying that Clark is a 25-year-old player in her fifth year of college who attempts 40 shots a game.

The 22-year-old Clark is in just her fourth season at Iowa and averages 22.7 shots per game this season, which she makes at an efficient 47.5% clip.

Clark reached the record in her 126th career game, meaning she got to the mark in 13 fewer games than former Washington star Kelsey Plum, the previous record-holder.

Sheryl Swoopes apologized to Caitlin Clark for critical comments

Swoopes’ remarks drew significant blowback, both from Iowa fans and those across the sport.

Whatever acrimony that episode created is, according to Swoopes, in the past.

“I have nothing but respect for what she has done for the game,” Swoopes said Sunday.

“If she wants to share what her response was and how that conversation went, I’ll leave that to her. But it was a really good conversation.”