How many points did Caitlin Clark score today? Full stats, results, highlights from Fever vs. Dream

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It’s been a learning curve for Caitlin Clark in the WNBA. The No. 1 pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft has shown flashes of dominance on a subpar Indiana Fever team, but she also has been humbled every so often.

Clark enters Thursday night’s contest against the Atlanta Dream coming off her shortest game of the season. The Fever guard played a season-low 22 minutes on Monday against the Connecticut Sun, recording just 10 points as Indiana fell to Connecticut for the third time in as many games.

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It’s a first-time opponent tonight for Clark. After a three-game road trip, the Fever are back at Gainbridge Fieldhouse for a three-game home stand. It starts on Thursday with a matchup against the Dream.

Atlanta is 5-5 on the season, looking to rebound from a loss to the Washington Mystics on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the Fever are 3-10, with just one win coming on their home court.

What will Clark do in her first meeting with the Dream? Here are her stats and highlights from the matchup.

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Caitlin Clark stats vs. Atlanta Dream

Halftime score: Fever 59, Dream 44

These halftime stats will be updated at the end of the game. 

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Caitlin Clark highlights vs. Atlanta Dream

Sometimes it’s easy to just keep it simple — catch and shoot. Clark takes a pass and immediately chucks it up for a 3-point basket in the first quarter, no dribbles necessary. She successfully uses the off-ball screen to her advantage, finding open space for the pass and shot.

It’s her first points of the contest.

Look out below! Clark can do more than score — she can also help the game operations staff.