SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Stanford Performance Coach Ali Kerschner’s instagram post criticizing the NCAA for the discrepancy between the men’s and women’s amenities at the NCAA tournament has triggered a social media firestorm from Warriors star Steph Curry and others.

On Thursday, Kerschner posted a series of photos showing the differences in the workout facilities at the two tourney bubbles. The men are in Indianapolis while the women are in San Antonio.

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The post generated an uproar across social media, with other athletes weighing in. Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry took to Twitter, posting a TikTok link to Oregon women’s basketball center Sedona Prince showing off what the Ducks workout area looks like.

“wow-come on now! @marchmadness @NCAA yall trippin trippin,” Curry posted.

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Former Oregon star and No. 1 2020 WNBA Draft choice Sabrina Ionescu, who grew up in the East Bay and had her chance at an NCAA title wiped out last year by the COVID cancellation, also weighed in.

Across the basketball world others joined the chorus.

Memphis Grizzlies Star Ja Morant posted a link to Ionescu’s post with the comment – “disrespectful come on man” over the women’s workout facility.

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Stanford is the overall No. 1 seed of the women’s tournament which begins on Sunday. The Cardinal take on 16th-seeded Utah Valley in a night contest.