Caitlin Clark dribbling the ball

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Caitlin Clark just wouldn’t shoot the ball enough on Tuesday.

The Las Vegas Aces winning streak extended to five games as they defeated the Indiana Fever, 88-69, in front of a record-breaking crowd.

The crowd may have been more for the Aces, but they certainly wanted to see Caitlin Clark. Unfortunately, she was not in a shooting mood on this night.

The former Iowa Hawkeyes sharpshooter finished the Aces game with 13 points, six assists, and 11 rebounds.

However, it was a rough night for Caitlin Clark, who shot 4-12 from the field and 1-7 from behind the arc, per

The biggest problem, yet again, with Clark and the Indiana Fever is the lack of shots she gets to take every game. On average, Caitlin gets just above 12 shots a game, which is simply not enough for a player proven to knock down shots.


Clark had seven shot attempts at halftime and only five in the second half.

Fans were not happy as they all complained about it:

Aside from her lack of shots and scoring, the Indiana Fever defense was outscored by 19 points in her 37 minutes on the floor.

For the Aces, A’ja Wilson dropped 28 points and pulled down nine rebounds while blocking five shots, while Kelsey Plum finished with a game-high 34 points.

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Caitlin Clark Earns All-Star Spot In Rookie Season

Indiana Fever guard Caitlin Clark has been a huge reason why the WNBA has become so popular.

She is off to such a good start to her career that she was named for the 2024 WNBA All-Star game.

Clark, the former Iowa Hawkeyes star, received 700,735 All-Star votes, the most in the WNBA, while her teammate, Aliyah Boston, finished with 618,680 votes.