The world is fascinated by Caitlin Clark’s performances, even Stephen Curry has nothing but high praise for her: What did the Warriors superstar say?

Clark is closing in on the collegiate points record.

Caitlin Clark’s performances for the Iowa Hawkeyes over the past four seasons have brought her nationwide attention and acclaim — and the spotlight’s glare is only getting brighter as she closes in on the all-time scoring record in women’s college basketball.

Admiration continues to pour in for Clark’s accomplishments from all corners of the basketball world.

Curry has praised Clark for her confidence and entertainment value as...

Even Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry chimed in on Tuesday, as he prepares to face another women’s basketball star — Sabrina Ionescu — in a special three-point competition during NBA All-Star Weekend.

Curry “can’t help but” admire Clark

Parallels have been drawn between Clark’s game and Curry’s game.

Basketball fans have remarked on Clark’s seemingly-limitless shooting range, as well as her fearlessness and her pure entertainment value. During a gathering with reporters, Curry made it clear that he sees her game in the same way.

“You can’t help but watch where she’s shooting from, the range, the confidence, the flare,” Curry said. “She’s a performer.”

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Curry was a decorated NCAA performer himself while representing Davidson College.

Between 2006 and 2009, Curry scored 2,635 points for the Wildcats — he first garnered national attention for leading Davidson to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament in 2008.

Curry has since become a living NBA legend with the Warriors, guiding a once-moribund franchise to four championships since 2015.

Clark is on the verge of history

Clark could have a similar dynastic impact on the WNBA when she joins the league — which could be later this year. But first, she has to break Kelsey Plum’s NCAA women’s basketball record for points in a collegiate career.

Clark nearly snagged the record on Super Bowl Sunday, when her Hawkeyes visited the Nebraska Cornhuskers in a game that drew nearly two million viewers.

However, Clark was held scoreless in the fourth quarter as the Cornhuskers pulled off the 82-79 upset victory.

Clark has scored 3,520 points in her college career, and she is expected to pass Plum (3,527) when Iowa plays the Michigan Wolverines on Thursday. She could then follow in Plum’s footsteps as a #1 overall pick in the WNBA Draft.

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