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  • Writer's pictureFagothethird Franklin

Fever had four players in double figures as they send a statement to Chicago

Aliyah Boston was the key factor with getting the Fever back in the winning column against the Atlanta Dream. They would need her as well as other players to step up in a rematch against the Chicago Sky on Sunday. Caitlin Clark got the train moving for Indiana, scoring seven points in the first five minutes of the game and speeding up the game for her team. Indiana was doing a better job with getting Erica Wheeler and Katie Lou involved with spreading the joy around the court and finding the open shooter.

Boston was a wrecking ball inside, stopping the Chicago bigs from taking advantage of second chance opportunities in the second quarter. Boston had six blocks in the quarter.

For the most of the second half, the game was pretty much tight. Each time the Fever went on a run, the Sky went on a run on their own. If you were looking for a good ending, you were in for a treat Indiana was getting after it on the defensive side of the floor. With a few blocks and steals, Clark and crew went on a 10-3 run late in the fourth to give themselves some breathing room. The Fever hit the Killswitch with 32.3 seconds left in regulation, as Chicago left a player under the basket for an easy lay in. Indiana went on to win another nail-biter 91-83.

Calrk finished with 23 points and 8 rebounds


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