WNBA star Lexie Brown and former Super Bowl champion Keyshawn Johnson weigh in on the Caitlin Clark vs. Paige Bueckers debate as the two college basketball stars gear up to meet in the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament Final Four.

By the Numbers
  • Paige Bueckers averages 21.3 points, 1.4 assists, with a 53.8% shooting percentage and 73 3-pointers this season.
  • Caitlin Clark averages 31.9 points, 4.8 assists, made 46% of shots, and hit 173 3-pointers this season.
Yes, But

Despite Clark's record-breaking stats and achievements, Johnson and Brown believe Bueckers is the better all-around player.

What's Next

Both Johnson and Brown predict a win for UConn in the forthcoming Final Four matchup, placing their bets on Bueckers' versatility and defensive skills over Clark's scoring prowess.

Bottom Line

While acknowledging Clark's exceptional abilities, the consensus leans towards Bueckers' overall game and defensive capabilities as superior in the debate.