Caitlin Clark Makes WNBA Debut in Front of Huge 13k Crowd

Caitlin Clark’s transition to the WNBA got off to a roaring start as she played her first home game for the Indiana Fever in front of a massive crowd of 13,028 fans. Despite it being just an exhibition game, the turnout nearly tripled the Fever’s regular-season attendance numbers from the previous year.

While Clark didn’t match her collegiate scoring records, she put up a solid performance with 12 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists. Despite struggling with her shooting, she impressed with her passing and court vision, finding her teammates effectively.

Clark was blown away by the support of the fans, noting their energy and enthusiasm throughout the game. She believes that the strong turnout for a preseason game is indicative of the support the team will receive throughout the season, predicting continued high attendance.

With the exhibition games behind them, Clark and the Fever are gearing up for the regular season opener against the Connecticut Sun. Anticipation is high, with expectations of another sizable turnout as fans eagerly support the team and its star rookie.

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