The news that Caitlin Clark was not selected for the USA women’s basketball team for the 2024 Paris Olympics has caused uproar among fans of the Indiana Fever. However, there was no sign of this “monster” on Monday night when the Fever lost to the Connecticut Sun in an 89-72 game.

Despite her previous promise with 30 points and seven three-pointers, Clark struggled in this game, scoring just 10 points on 3-for-8 shooting. This was one of her lowest performances of the season. Unfortunately, she had to leave the game in the third quarter after picking up her fourth foul, along with three other Fever starters. Despite cheers from the crowd calling for her, Clark remained on the bench.

DiJonai Carrington led Connecticut with 22 points, but he received several boos from fans for mocking Clark’s fouls. Alyssa Thomas also contributed to their victory by pulling down 18 rebounds and dishing out seven assists. DeVanna Bonner scored 17 points to rank tenth on the WNBA’s all-time list of three-point shooters.

The Fever struggled against Connecticut once again and lost all three games they played this season. With a record of 3-10, Indiana will have a chance to bounce back when they host the Atlanta Dream next time around. The Sun is now leading with an impressive record of 10-1 and will next face off against Chicago Sky on their home turf.

By Samantha Johnson

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