Caitlin Clark reaching yet another WNBA milestone……

After reaching yet another WNBA milestone, Caitlin Clark’s coach at the Fever is hoping for more: “She needs to have shots.”
Although Caitlin Clark has achieved yet another significant milestone in women’s basketball, Christie Sides, the head coach of the Indiana Fever, seems to be expecting more from the youthful rookie.

According to Across the Timeline, the former Iowa standout has now become the WNBA’s fastest player to reach 300 points, 100 assists, and 100 rebounds, all of which she accomplished in just 19 games.
After 22 games, Clark surpassed three-time WNBA All-Star Andrea Stinson and five-time All-Star Shannon Johnson.

Clark’s performance in the Fever’s 89-77 loss to the Seattle Storm on Thursday night helped her reach the milestone. Playing in front of an even more sold-out audience, Clark finished with 15 points and seven assists.

With 15 points, Clark led the Fever. Christie Sides, the head coach, wants to see more from Clark despite the impressive stat that has made him the most prolific shooter in college basketball history.

According to ESPN, Sides stated, “Caitlin Clark needs to shoot a minimum of 15 shots a game for us.” “She needs to be given shots, and we need to set her up better—we need to set up some really good screens for her to get open.”

Clark is still adjusting her game to the WNBA’s fast-paced style of play. She shot 4-of-9 from the field and 3-of-7 from 3-point range.

“If you frequently play off a ball screen and are blitzed, you will have to surrender the ball. That’s just the way things work,” Clark remarked on Thursday.

In terms of assists and scoring, Clark currently leads all rookies, according to ESPN.

“We are rivals. Our goal is to triumph. Even at nine o’clock at night, it never felt very pleasant outside. Simply put, it didn’t seem to be flowing all that well,” Clark remarked.

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