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Clark, Boston Shine as Indiana Fever Face Washington Mystics in WNBA Action

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Clark, Boston Shine As Indiana Fever Face Washington Mystics In Wnba Action

The Indiana Fever are on a two-game win streak entering their home game against the Washington Mystics on Wednesday. Caitlin Clark had an impressive performance against the Chicago Sky on Sunday with 23 points, nine assists, and eight rebounds. Aliyah Boston also stood out with 19 points and 14 rebounds in the win. The Fever will have analysis throughout, and we will have scoring updates, highlights, and more.

Washington has hit two 3-pointers, which has helped cut down the Fever‘s lead with seconds remaining. Fever 86, Mystics 81. The lead is down to seven. Kelsey Mitchell hit another 3 for the Fever. She has four on the night and 20 points in the game. Caitlin Clark hit another 3 and is now up to 16 points. She also has 10 rebounds, six assists, and four steals. Fever 82, Mystics 75.

Washington opened the quarter on a 9-2 run, but Indiana scored the next four points. Emily Engstler, who was drafted by the Fever in 2022, has five points for the Mystics in the fourth. Fever 74, Mystics 68. Indiana went a little while without scoring a field goal. Aliyah Boston‘s 3-pointer at 1:27 was Indiana’s first field goal since 5:08. Boston leads the team with 20 points and seven rebounds. Clark has 13 points, eight rebounds, and five assists. Fever 68, Mystics 59.

Kelsey Mitchell made another 3, but the Mystics are right there. Aaliyah Edwards‘ two free throws brought the Mystics within 54-51 at 6:37. From there, the Fever scored four straight points, which included a basket by Caitlin Clark. Fever 58, Mystics 51. After starting slowly from beyond the arc, Washington has now hit six 3s (33%) in the second quarter. Indiana is 4 for 11 in the game. NaLyssa Smith and Kelsey Mitchell have 11 points each. Caitlin Clark nearly has a double-double with nine points and eight rebounds. The Fever have not trailed. Fever 46, Mystics 43.

Washington scored four straight points to open the second quarter. Erica Wheeler broke the 21-21 tie with a 3-pointer to give the Fever the lead back. Karlie Samuelson answered with a 3 of her own. Lexie Hull followed that with a basket to give Indiana a 26-24 advantage. Fever 28, Mystics 26. Aliyah Boston and NaLyssa Smith have led the way for the Fever offensively up to this point with six and five points, respectively. Clark has four points, six rebounds, and three assists. Kelsey Mitchell hit Indiana’s first 3 of the game with 59 seconds left to give the Fever a 21-14 lead. Mitchell now has six points. Karlie Samuelson, the sister of Katie Lou, made a jumper at 0:44.1. She was fouled during the play and converted the free throw attempt. Indiana never trailed in the quarter. Fever 21, Mystics 17.

Caitlin Clark quickly scored to start this one off. Aliyah Boston made a layup at 8:27 to give the Fever a 4-2 advantage. Washington’s Aerial Atkins has tied the game at 4-4 at 8:07. Atkins has four points. NaLyssa Smith broke the tie with a basket, but Aaliyah Edwards tied things up with a jumper. Before the timeout, Boston rattled off four more points for Indiana. Clark has three assists already. Fever 11, Mystics 6.

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