Caitlin Clark remains winless with Indiana Fever but receives good news from the WNBA

the Indiana Feverdirected by Caitlin Clark, faced another tough loss early in the WNBA season, bringing their record to 0-5. Recent defeats have been particularly challenging, with the last two games decided by just six points.

Jewel Loyd had an outstanding performance, scoring 21 of his 32 points in the first half. Sami Whitcomb added 10 points in the fourth quarter, helping Seattle Storm secure an 85-83 victory over the Fever on Wednesday night. This followed closely IndianaThe 88-84 defeat against connecticut sun.

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Loyd, the WNBA’s leading scorer last season, rebounded from a slow start this year to record her 22nd career 30-point game. Together, Lloyd and Whitcomb scored 18 of seattleThe 27 points in the fourth quarter, which proved crucial in keeping a determined Indiana team at bay.

Clark makes history again

Clark taken to the Fever with 21 points, despite having injured his left ankle in the previous game against Connecticut. Although he struggled early against Seattle, he began a comeback in the third quarter, helping the Fever take a 60-58 lead into the fourth quarter.

According to StatMamba, Caitlin Clark has joined an elite group, becoming one of the only WNBA players along with Sabrina Ionescu and Candace Parker to record 85+ points and 25+ assists in the first five games of his career.