This photo gives a good indication of Reese’s preferred style. She loves wearing cutout dresses that enhance her toned, lean physique. This blue bodycon hugs her in all of the right places and reveals some skin while leaving enough to the imagination. Meanwhile, she pouts with a bored expression on her face.
Reese always has immaculate nails and would grow them longer if she didn’t play basketball. This may seem like a stupid thing but it’s a minor example of the sacrifices that elite athletes make. They can’t do ordinary things like a drink with their friends or eat junk food when they feel like it (via The Sun).
Many of Reese’s critics like to frame her as selfish and attention-seeking. This couldn’t be further from the truth because she is a team player. They hate her because she’s not afraid to say what she thinks or to be the person she wants to be. If everybody did this, the world might be a better place.
She radiates joy in this photo as she celebrates victory with her teammate. The Maryland native knows that there’s nothing to gain by being a complete individual in a team sport. Anybody who says otherwise doesn’t know what they’re talking about. It’s interesting how many people had opinions about the sport after she became vocal (via Sportico).
Reese won a lot of admirers during her incredible March Madness run with LSU. But she probably didn’t expect to impress the legendary Shaquille O’Neal. ‘Shaq’ spoke about how Reese was amazing during LSU’s championship run. He also had a strong take on her level compared to some of the school’s previous stars.
According to the four-time NBA champion, Reese is a superior athlete to even Joe Burrow.“She’s probably the greatest athlete ever to come out of LSU sports. You heard it here first,” O’Neal said (via The US Sun). “Man and female. Did you hear what I just said? Male and female. Ever.” That’s high praise from a great LSU star himself.
The Tigers star loves to post a thirst trap and give her fans something to talk about. The photo below is a classic example of her Instagram poses. Some men find tall and strong women to be intimidating but Reese doesn’t care about them. She’s comfortable in her skin and she embraces body positivity.
Remember, women’s basketball also has many LGBTQI fans too so she’s not posting just for men. If they don’t like her pictures that doesn’t bother her. But she’s doing something right because her Instagram following exploded during her NCAA tournament run. Now she’s one of the biggest college stars out there today (via Prospects Nation).
In this shot, we see Reese perched on top of a basketball hoop. She wears a jersey with the number one and raises her finger to emphasize it. It’s safe to say that she’s the best female player in college basketball right now. Even her Iowa rival Caitlin Clark agrees that Reese is on another level.
Reese was unapologetic after the iconic victory. She said: “So this was for the girls that look like me, that’s going to speak up on what they believe in. It’s unapologetically you. That’s what I did it for tonight. It was bigger than me tonight, it was bigger than me. Twitter is going to go on a rage every time, and I’m happy (via Basketball Insiders).”