Caitlin Clark hooking player on court

Caitlin Clark (Photo via VanshayM/Twitter)

Indiana Fever guard Caitlin Clark has become the subject of more discourse following her second game against the Chicago Sky.

The rivalry that WNBA fans have been hoping to see between Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese developed yet another level Sunday afternoon as the Indiana Fever defeated the Chicago Sky, 91-83.

In the game, Angel Reese got called for a flagrant foul upon review after hitting Clark in the head on a drive to the basket as she went for a block. After the game, Reese took issue with the foul being called flagrant, stating the refs affected the game and appearing to suggests that Caitlin gets a special whistle.

“Basketball play, I can’t control the refs,” she said to reporters. “They affected the game, obviously, a lot tonight.”

“I think we went up strong a lot of times, and we didn’t get a lot of calls,” Reese said. “Going back and looking at the film, I saw a lot of calls that weren’t made. I guess some people got a special whistle.”

What was missed in the game was that Catlin Clark had a viral moment as well.

Angel Reese fans think Indiana Fever guard appeared to get away with a dirty move often seen in the NBA by the likes of James Harden.

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Clark found herself on the receiving end of a beneficial foul call as she drove to the bucket and was called.

However, the replay showed that she purposely hooked the arm of a defender to create all of the contact.

Angel Reese fans called her out for the dirty move:

“We gonna ignore Caitlin hooking this girl arm like trout bait to get to the hoop? Orrrrrrrr”.

“Freaking hooking to the Max. Come on Ref”.

In the game, Caitlin Clark scored 23 points on 7-for-11 shooting from the floor while adding eight rebounds and nine assists.

Caitlin Clark Had A Great Response To Angel Reese’s Flagrant Foul

Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese battled on Sunday as the Indiana Fever guard scored 23 points on 7-for-11 shooting from the floor, adding eight rebounds and nine assists, per ESPN.

Reese ended up getting a flagrant foul against Clark, and while she was being blasted online over it, Clark had a different response.

“It’s just a part of basketball,” Clark said.