Top NBA Draft Pick Drawing Creepy Comparisons To Caitlin Clark As Social Media Is Convinced He’s Her Twin

Top NBA Draft Pick Drawing Creepy Comparisons To Caitlin Clark As Social Media Is Convinced He’s Her Twin

Caitlin Clark speaking to reporters

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)
Caitlin Clark has a twin in the NBA, somehow.

Social media is convinced French center Alexandre Sarr is an exact Caitlin lookalike, although they’re of different ethnicities.

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Sarr was drafted No. 2 overall by the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night, with the team hopeful of having recruited the next big French star following Victor Wembanyama’s arrival in San Antonio last year.

It was obviously a big night for the center, who will look to make a name for himself in the NBA, but fans were only concerned with his facial features and were going off about how much he looks like Caitlin Clark.

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“I’m mad cuz I can’t explain it but I also can’t disagree,” one fan wrote.

“Lmfaooo CANT UNSEE IT NOW,” another remarked.

“Can’t believe I’m cosigning this with a like+comment but when youre right youre right,” said a third.

“Like I’m scared rn why do they have the same face,” a user agreed.

Caitlin Clark’s Doppelganger Has Professional Experience

Alexandre Sarr, who hails from Bordeaux, France, played for the Perth Wildcats in Australia last year, so he has some experience playing professionally. It’s reported that he tried his best to remain on the board for the Wizards.

The 19-year-old was the projected No. 1 overall pick going into the Draft but refused to work out for the Atlanta Hawks, forcing them to pick Zaccharie Risacher instead.

With Washington having traded Deni Avdija to the Portland Trail Blazers, Sarr will have the chance to further develop his game. Going to the Hawks would have likely seen him playing in a system catering to Dejounte Murray and Trae Young.

The Frenchman averaged 9.4 points, 0.9 assists, 4.3 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks per game in 27 appearances for the Wildcats in the NBL last season.

He now has a chance to show what he can do in the most prestigious league in the world.

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