Travis Scott watched Caitlin Clark ‘handle business’ in record-breaking game

Travis Scott watched Caitlin Clark ‘handle business’ in record-breaking game

Rapper Travis Scott was vibing at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Sunday. 

The music superstar was on hand to see Caitlin Clark surpass Pete Maravich’s all-time NCAA basketball points record and was clearly enjoying the action. 

Scott was even on the court and posed for photos with the team after the game. 

Rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer Travis Scott watches the game between the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Ohio State Buckeyes during the second half at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Reese Strickland-USA TODAY Sports

“We’re out here to come see CC handle business tonight,” Scott said in a video posted by NBC Sports on X. “You know Caitlin Clark, she’s one of the greatest humans of all time. So we’re out here to come see good Iowa basketball. Gabbie Marshall, Katie Martin, this is a good, good team out here. I’ve been in a lot of buildings but this Iowa energy is like no other. 

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“I think they need to bottle this energy and bring it around the world.”

The “Sicko Mode” singer walked into the arena to thunderous applause from the Hawkeyes fans that had shown up to see Clark’s final regular season game of her career and her record-breaking moment.

Scott walked to his courtside seat escorted by a university police officer and stopped to say hello to Kevin Miles, better known as “Jake from State Farm.” 

Caitlin Clark (22) goes to the basket as Ohio State Buckeyes guard Jacy Sheldon (4) defends during the fourth quarter at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

He was captured throughout the game very visibly locked into the action on the court and enjoying the atmosphere of the crowd. 

One video posted to X showed Scott dancing to the music being played by the Iowa pep band. 

Another video showed the “I KNOW ?” singer passionately reacting to the action on the court before high-fiving people sitting next to him. 

Travis Scott cheers on Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes against Ohio State. Reese Strickland-USA TODAY Sports

Clark broke Maravich’s record while she was at the free-throw line with .3 seconds left in the second quarter of Iowa’s win over Ohio State. 

She tied the record on her first free throw attempt and took hold of college basketball history with her second made free throw sending the arena into a tizzy. 

Clark also broke Lynette Woodward’s all-time women’s major college scoring record of 3,649 points, which is not officially recognized by the NCAA. 

The history-making potential for the game had already sent ticket prices skyrocketing, making them more expensive than any women’s college or WNBA game ever, ESPN previously reported.