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Fever vs. Sky: Indiana, Kaitlin Clark Chicago, Angel Reese live updates, scores, highlights and more

It’s been more than two weeks since Caitlin Clark and Indiana Fever won by one point in a thrilling opener against the Chicago Sky. After that game, Sennady Carter’s hard foul on Clark was upgraded to a fumble-1, and Carter said he had “no regrets.”

The two teams meet again on Sunday, and the discourse surrounding Kaitlyn Clark has intensified, including her removal from the U.S. women’s Olympic team. Through 14 games, Clark averaged 15.6 points, 4.9 rebounds and 6 assists per game. Sky’s Angel Reese, meanwhile, had an outstanding rookie season, averaging 12.2 points and 10 rebounds per game.

Date: Sunday, June 16

Time: 12 p.m. ET

Location: Cainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN

TV Frequency: CBS

Streaming: Paramount+ with SHOWTIME, Fubo, DirecTV

Follow Yahoo Sports for all the live updates, highlights and more from Sunday’s matinee between the Fever and Sky.

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  • Katie Lou Samuelson hit a three-pointer with 1.1 seconds left — her third of the game — to give the Fever a 47-43 halftime lead.

    Samuelson and Kaitlyn Clark each scored nine points, while Kelsey Mitchell continued to lead Indiana with 10 points.

    Angel Reese was Chicago’s leading scorer at the half with nine.

  • Angel Reese fouls Indiana’s Nalisa Smith, who goes to the bench for three.

    Camila Cardoso scored 10 and Reese 7 for Sky to dominate the boards.

  • Fever coach Christy Sides openly argues that Chicago’s Isabelle Harrison committed an offensive foul (or tripped) with a questionable challenge on Katie Lou Samuelson’s blocking foul. Indiana missed the challenge and was out of the first half.

  • Some fumbles for the Fever on the final possession of the first quarter. The shot clock ran out while trying to decide who would shoot.

    Sky leads 26–23 after 1.

  • Dana Evans and Caitlin Clark exchange words after the issue. Stepping up is Sennady Carter.

  • Caitlin Clark is off to a good start, with 7 points on 3-for-3 shooting.

  • Former South Carolina teammates Aaliyah Boston and Camila Cardoso may be the matchup to watch today.

  • Caitlin Clarke’s Olympic boycott

  • WNBA Early Award Races: Alyssa Thomas, Kaitlyn Clark in line for some hardware

    Rookie of the Year

    Caitlin Clark, fever

    Clarke has had a great start to her WNBA career despite facing the league’s best teams early on and putting up with their best defensive efforts. Angel Reese (12.4 ppg, 9.6 rpg) and Cameron Brink (2.9 ppg) have also had strong starts, but losing is his prize. Camila Cardoso’s debut was delayed due to injury, but she could enter this conversation as well.

    Clark is averaging 15.6 points (ranks 17th all-time for rookies) and is one of only two rookies to average at least 10 points, four rebounds and four assists per game. His six assists per game are tied for fourth in the league, and he’s the leading ball handler of any other player in this class and the biggest name to enter the league in its history.

  • Caitlin Clark responds to bigotry in WNBA audience: ‘People shouldn’t use my name to push those agendas’

    As the discourse on Indiana Fever rookie and women’s basketball phenomenon Kaitlyn Clark grew louder, some of the discussion took an ugly turn toward racism and misogyny toward the rest of the WNBA.

    On Thursday, Clark denied that language, saying he did not want his name used in that context.

    “Everybody in our world deserves the same amount of respect. The women in our league deserve the same amount of respect,” Clarke said replied To the question of James Boyd of Athletics. “People shouldn’t be using my name to push those agendas.”

    Read the full story here.

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