Angel Reese surprises her fans with an unusual request: What is the LSU star asking for?

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Angel Reese is one of the most popular and most photographed players currently. The LSU Tigers forward is the constant target of cameras from reporters and fans alike, so she recently made a special request to her fans.  Both because of her remarkable skills on the court, where she is one of LSU’s leading scorers, and her beauty and charisma, Reese constantly appears on the covers of newspapers, magazines, and websites.

Just in recent days, Reese caused controversy for a couple of actions in the game against the Missouri Tigers, twice knocking down her rival Hayley Frank. The images of the plays went viral and were shared thousands of times on social media.  Amid the controversy and in an apparently unrelated event, Reese launched a very particular request through her Instagram stories: she wants her followers to send her the photos they take of her during the games.

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Angel Reese’s request

In her stories, Reese published a photo of herself in which she is seen sitting on the court, applauding after the team achieved its 14th consecutive victory, precisely against Missouri. The player captioned the photo: “If you take pics or have taken pics from the games, send to my DM because my tags are off.”

The story has already expired, and so far, it is unknown how many photographs fans have sent her, nor is it clear the reason for the request.  The controversial duel against Missouri ended with a victory for LSU by a score of 92-72. Reese was the second-best scorer on her team with 21 points, 13 rebounds, and four assists, only surpassed by Aneesha Morrow with 25 points and 10 rebounds.

The LSU schedule

This week, Reese will lead the Tigers in their games against Ole Miss, Texas A&M, and Auburn, looking to extend their winning streak.  The team is second in the SEC standings with 14 wins and one loss. South Carolina leads the division at 13-0, third place goes to Vanderbilt at 14-1, Ole Miss is fourth at 11-3, and Georgia closes out the top-5 at 10-4.


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