Shocking New Video Exposes Caitlin Clark’s Indiana Fever Teammates For Purposely Dropping An Alarming Amount Of Her Perfect Passes

Shocking New Video Exposes Caitlin Clark’s Indiana Fever Teammates For Dropping An Alarming Amount Of Her Perfect Passes.

Caitlin Clark passing ball to teammates.

Caitlin Clark (Photos via @statstuffer TikTok)
A new viral video shows the stunning amount of beautiful passes by Caitlin Clark that her Indiana Fever teammates have failed to haul in.

Caitlin Clark has lived up to expectations early for the Indiana Fever, averaging 16.2 points, 5.5 rebounds, 6.6 assists and 1.4 steals per contest over her first 19 games. She is shooting 35.5 percent from downtown and has made 40.1 percent of field goal attempts.

Of course, Clark’s numbers would be even better if her teammates could haul in these grade-A passes from her. Just look at this highlight package put together by TikTok user Stat Stuffer, showing Fever players failing to corral her perfect passes:

As the narrator said, it’s awfully similar to what Kansas City Chiefs superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes has endured with his receivers. Fortunately for KC, those issues were resolved in the postseason as they cruised to a second straight Super Bowl championship.

It’s also another reminder that Caitlin Clark’s high turnover rate (5.6 per game) doesn’t necessarily reflect her. At the end of the day, her teammates shouldn’t be missing that many passes.

The first overall pick of the 2024 WNBA Draft has been on a roll as of late, tallying at least 15 points in five straight games. Clark has hit 30 points twice this season, on May 28 vs. Los Angeles and June 7 vs. Washington.

Caitlin Clark Has Indiana Back In The Playoff Hunt

The playoffs felt like a pipe dream for Indiana after they dropped eight of their first nine games, but they have slowly managed to climb right back into the postseason race.

Though they’re five games below .500 (7-12), the Fever are only half a game behind the Chicago Sky for the final playoff spot, and 1.5 games behind the Atlanta Dream for the No. 7 seed.

Indiana will try to gain more ground when they visit the Phoenix Mercury today.

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