Fever rookie Caitlin Clark stuns in WNBA debut before sellout crowd: 'You couldn't have asked for a better game.'  

Caitlin Clark, the first overall pick in the 2024 WNBA draft, made her professional debut before a sellout crowd at the Indiana Fever's preseason game against the Dallas Wings on Friday night.   

Clark, 22, maintained her status as the NCAA Division 1 all-time leading scorer, scoring a team-high 21 points in the Fever's 79-76 loss.   

She led the first half with 16 points in 16 minutes, and finished with 21 points in 28 minutes.   

"My main aim coming into tonight was to stay true to myself, have fun playing basketball, and be aggressive - and I believe I accomplished that.   

demonstrating their belief in its long-term potential.HoSo, I believe I have a lot to be proud of," Clark told reporters following the victory.   wever, rising market volatility raises risks  

Dallas secured a close victory that came down to the wire. Arike Ogunbowale of Dallas scored the game-winning basket with three seconds left on the clock.   

Clark's 3-pointer from the right corner that would have forced OT dropped just short at the buzzer.   

"They are what makes women's basketball so fun," Clark remarked of the crowd.   

"I believe it has been developing steadily over the last few years.  

And for them to come out and support [me] during my first WNBA game is truly amazing, not only for me but for both teams on the court.  

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