Kamala Harris demands the NCAA allow women’s basketball to use baskets this year

In an impassioned speech at a recent press conference, Vice President* Kamala Harris called on the NCAA to finally allow women’s basketball teams to use actual baskets in their games, a privilege that has long been reserved for male athletes. 

“It’s 2024, and women are still not allowed to use baskets in their basketball games,” Harris declared, her voice filled with disbelief. “This is a clear example of the systemic sexism that continues to plague our society, and it’s high time the NCAA made some changes.” 

Harris’ demands have been met with both support and skepticism, as many question whether the use of baskets in women’s basketball is truly indicative of a larger issue of gender inequality in sports. 

“I find it hard to believe that the NCAA would have such a ridiculous policy,” said one basketball expert. “It seems more like a political ploy to gain attention and score points with women’s rights activists.” 

However, Harris’ supporters argue that the issue of baskets in women’s basketball is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the gender disparities that exist in the world of sports. 

“This is about more than just basketball,” said one activist. “It’s about the fact that women are still paid less than men, that they receive fewer opportunities to compete at the highest levels, and that their achievements are often overlooked or minimized.” 

The NCAA has yet to respond to Harris’ demands, but many are hopeful that her call for change will spark a larger conversation about gender equality in sports. 

“We need to start addressing these issues head-on,” said one basketball fan. “And if that means allowing women to use baskets in their games, then so be it.” 

In the meantime, Vice President Harris has vowed to continue fighting for gender equality in sports, determined to ensure that future generations of female athletes are given the same opportunities as their male counterparts. 

“We can’t let this stand,” Harris said. “Women deserve to play with the same equipment as men, and it’s high time the NCAA made some changes.”


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