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Fever’s Caitlin Clark makes WNBA history with eye-popping stat combo

Caitlin Clark is genuinely worthy of all the hype. Many WNBA records have been left up in the air.  

The question is, "When will the rookie from the Indiana Fever break these seemingly unattainable WNBA feats?" rather than "If."  

She played the Seattle Storm under Jewell Lloyd's direction once more and added something unique to her résumé—something no other player has ever received.  

According to StatMamba, Caitlin Clark became the franchise's fastest player to record 300+ points, 100+ rebounds, and 100+ assists in league history. 

The rookie for the Fever secured this during their match against the Storm, during which Jewell Lloyd   

Goodbye Lloyd is ensuring that her team never falls short against Clark's. With this mindset, she was able to shoot 10 of her 15 attempts at field goals and explode for 34 points.   

The fact that she made six of her nine three-pointers and had an insane leader who was looking for matchups made the Storm even more formidable.  

Lloyd added five rebounds, a steal, and a block to his stats. Not to add, she contributed two assists for the evening to keep the Storm offense rampant. She provided excellent on-court leadership for the Storm.  

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