Steph Curry, Sabrina Ionescu Rip NCAA for Disparity in Tournament Amenities

Steph, Ionescu rip NCAA for disparity in men’s, women’s amenities originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

March Madness has barely begun and the NCAA already finds itself rightfully in hot water, with Steph Curry and Sabrina Ionescu among those calling out the organization for the disparity in the men’s and women’s amenities at the NCAA Tournament bubbles.

On Thursday, Stanford performance coach Ali Kerschner posted photos showing the difference between the training facilities provided for the men’s teams in Indianapolis and the limited equipment given to the women’s teams in Texas.

Teams that do get to the Sweet 16 receive:

(I’m no weight room expert, but based off counting

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