Caitlin Clark Scores 7, Criticized By WNBA Fans Despite Fever’s 4th Win of Season

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Despite the Indiana Fever defeating the Atlanta Dream by the final score of 91-84 on Thursday night, Caitlin Clark struggled.

Clark finished with only seven points in 34 minutes, shooting 27.3 percent from the field. The standout rookie was unable to find any consistency from behind the arc, connecting on just one of her six three-point attempts.

Turnovers have also continued to plague the former Iowa standout throughout the start of her WNBA career, as she gave away the ball seven times against Atlanta while recording six assists.

Aliyah Boston handled the scoring load for Indiana, as the 2023 WNBA Rookie of the Year racked up a team-high 27 points and 13 rebounds on 12-21 shooting. Veteran guard Kelsey Mitchell also chipped in with 24 points of her own.

However, fans were disappointed with Clark’s poor performance:

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The Fever moved to 4-10 on the season after their victory on Thursday night and have now won three of their past five games. Clark will look to get back on track during Indiana’s next matchup, a clash with Angel Reese and the Chicago Sky on Sunday at 12 p.m. ET.