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Indiana Fever Beats Washington Mystics, Records 2-Game Winning Streak

Indiana Fever Beats Washington Mystics, Records 2-Game Winning Streak

Indiana Fever are on a two-game win streak after beating the Chicago Sky and taking down the Washington Mystics on Wednesday.

Rookie superstar Caitlin Clark got an impressive 23 points, nine assists, and eight rebounds against Chicago. Aliyah Boston also stood out with 19 points and 14 rebounds in the win.

However, in the game against the Mystics, they went all the way. 

Aliyah Boston had 22 points and eight rebounds. Kelsey Mitchel also had 22 points. Caitlin Clark had 18 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and four steals.

This is the first time since August 2015 that the Fever have won four straight at home.

It’s the Fever‘s longest winning streak of the season, moving them to 6-10 on the season. After a 1-8 start, the team has now won five of its last seven games.

Ariel Atkins did everything she could to keep the Mystics in the game, leading all scorers with 27 points, but it was not enough.

Clark has been impressive, improving with every game, but her turnovers still remain a sellout. She also hasn’t hit on her three-pointers at the expected rate (32.8 percent coming into Wednesday night).

The Fever shot 55% in the first half, with Smith, Mitchell, and Boston all in double figures.

The Mystics were 0-for-8 from 3-point range in the first quarter but drilled six in the second. They finished with 11 on 34 attempts (32%).

The Sparks announced the injury on Wednesday. Brink, the No. 2 selection in the 2024 draft, had started all 15 games for the Sparks this season.

“You never think it will happen to you,” Brink wrote in a post to Instagram. 

“And despite all the hard work sometimes it does. This is hard to fathom but I know it will only make me stronger. I will not be derailed and I will continue to love this life — I’m not defined by basketball, but it is something that I love deeply and I will work everyday to get back to it. It’s not goodbye basketball it’s just a see you later. I’m always so thankful for your thoughts and prayers.”

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