Clark’s Fever Chills Dream In Front of Sellout Crowd

Caitlin Clark and her Indiana Fever came to Atlanta Friday night, getting a win out of State Farm Arena from the Atlanta Dream, but leaving behind a lot of memories for the home crowd, whether they were fans of Clark, the Dream, or both.

The Fever defeated the Dream 91-79. Atlanta was outshot throughout the game by the Fever, who have been on an upward trajectory since the erratic start to their season, with this game being their fourth consecutive win. The Dream had to do without the services of Rhyne Howard, who was recovering from an injury. She was courtside during the game.

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Clark and her team got the win, but the Dream scored a victory of its own (albeit thanks in part to Clark.) 17, 575 packed the Arena tonight, the largest attendance in Dream history. This also marks yet another sellout game for Atlanta’s WNBA team. The Dream moved tonight’s game to State Farm Arena from its usual Gateway Center site to accommodate the Clark-supersized crowd.

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Clark herself was seen before the game signing autographs for fans. Several celebrities were also in attendance, including NBA star Allen Iverson, rapper 2 Chainz, and even Harry The Hawk, the Hawks mascot visited for moral support.

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Home fans have one more opportunity to see Clark play the Dream, on August 26, again at State Farm Arena. The Dream will head to Indiana to play the Fever on the road on September 8th.