Caitlin Clark is angry that the Fever dropped to 1-8: "I feel like I'm being hit hard"
Caitlin Clark is angry that the Fever dropped to 1-8: “I feel like I’m being hit hard”

First-year player Caitlin Clark, her teammates, and the coach are all upset about the Indiana Fever’s 0-8 start, which continued Thursday with a 103-88 loss to the Seattle Storm. And that anger goes to the people who are calling the game.

Clark’s drive to the basket on Thursday didn’t get a call, so Fever coach Christie Sides got a technical foul in the third quarter.

As Sides put it, “we just need to get better with the refs.” “Some of those calls need to come through.” They seem to be getting calls that we’re also getting, but I don’t think we’re getting some of them.

Clark, who scored 20 points, said she liked how Sides picked up a technical while she was talking about how tough she is.

Clark made only 6 of 17 shots from the field and 5 of 5 free throws. “I feel like I’m getting hammered,” he said.

Indiana was also mad at its defence after the game because it lets in 91.2 points per game, which is the most in the league. Wednesday, the game was tied at six points apiece going into the third quarter. Seattle scored 34 points to turn it into a 22-point win.

Clark said, “We lost the game in the third quarter.” “I only thought our defensive shifts were bad.” It’s not really about what we did wrong. It was our defence. Giving up 103 points won’t help you win a basketball game.

Even though Clark played all but four seconds of the game, he had seven turnovers and grabbed nine boards. In the second quarter, after hitting a deep three-pointer, she lost it and hit the Storm’s Victoria Vivians in the face.

Vians and Clark were yelling at each other until Aliyah Boston, Clark’s partner, came over and broke up the fight.

Both Clark and Vivians were given technical fouls by the officials. “You’ve got two competitive people,” Clark said about the situation.

The next game for Indiana is on Saturday against the Chicago Sky. It will be the first competitive game between Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese. On Sunday, Indiana plays at the New York Liberty.
We want to win here, Fever forward NaLyssa Smith said. Smith had 23 points and 10 rebounds Thursday, which were the most on her team. “All I want to do is win.” Losing all these games doesn’t make me feel good.

FAQ’s

Q1: What did the reporters say to Caitlin Clark?

Answer: Gregg Doyel, a sports columnist for the Indianapolis Star, made a heart shape with his hands when he got the chance to ask Clark a question. Clark then asked him, “You like that?” Doyel told him, “I’m glad you’re here.” Clark then said, “That’s pretty cool. I do that with my family every game.” Instead.

Q2: What did Doyel say to Caitlin Clark?

Answer: Doyel made a heart sign with his hands at Clark at that presser, which was a move she often used while playing at Iowa. Clark asked, “You like that?” “I like that you’re here,” Doyel said. Clark said, “I do that with my family every time the game is over.”

Q3: What was Caitlyn Clark’s awkward question?

Answer: It was the second time in two weeks that Clark had a bad conversation with a reporter. Clark said, “He’s working, yeah,” when asked if “bae” would be at the game. “Man, I should get used to it. “He’s at work.”

Q4: What happened with Doyel and Clark?

Answer: Why Doyel can’t write about Clark. The ban and reported suspension are because of what Doyel did with Clark at her news conference with the Fever on April 17, after being picked first in the WNBA Draft. Doyel made a heart shape with his hands and waved them at Clark during an awkward moment.

Q5: What sport did Caitlyn Clark dad play?

Answer: Brent Clark is Clark’s father. He graduated from Simpson College in Iowa in 1988. He played basketball and baseball for the school and earned letters in both sports for four years.

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