VIDEO: Caitlin Clark Had is Held Back from Fighting Seattle Storm Star Victoria Vivians During Intense Confrontation.k

VIDEO: Caitlin Clark Had is Held Back from Fighting Seattle Storm Star Victoria Vivians During Intense Confrontation.

Caitlin Clark in altercation with another player

Caitlin Clark (Photo via WomensHoops_USA/Twitter)
Caitlin Clark wanted all the smoke.

On Thursday night, Indiana Fever star Caitlin Clark had just drained a long three and immediately got into an altercation with Seattle Storm Star Victoria Vivians.

The replay showed Clark staring her down as they walked down the court, and teammates had to come in and separate them before things escalated.

Both Clark and Vivians would receive a technical foul for their actions.


Now that she has racked up three technical fouls in the 2024 WNBA season, Caitlin Clark needs to exercise extra caution.

Tuesday’s 88-82 loss to the visiting Los Angeles Sparks extended the Indiana Fever’s unsatisfactory start to the season. They are currently in 11th place with a 1-7 record, their worst start since 2021. The outcome did have one positive aspect, though, and that was Caitlin Clark’s historic performance.

Clark, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft, finished with 30 points, five rebounds, six assists, three steals, and three blocks on 7 of 16 from the field and 13 of 15 from the foul line to mark her first career 30-point performance. Even though Clark struggled in the turnover department once again with seven, the outing was still a significant accomplishment for her.

Caitlin Clark Became First Rookie To Put Up Massive Numbers During Last Game

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Caitlin Clark’s team might continue to lose games, but she is undoubtedly getting better.

In a game, she became the first rookie in WNBA history to achieve 30 points, three blocks, and three steals. Only Tamika Catchings scored more in her debut season (32, twice), but her 30 points ranked as the third-highest by a rookie in Fever history, per ESPN.com.

“I think I just played with an aggressive mindset,” Clark said. “I think that was the biggest thing — to play downhill the best I could. We did some good things, and then we just kind of shot ourselves in the foot.”

Clark shot 7-for-16, including 3-for-10 from the 3-point line, and made 13 of her 15 free throws.

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