Caitlin Clark’s Two-Word Response To Performance In WNBA Debut



The Caitlin Clark era in the WNBA had a rough start. Clark played in her league debut on Tuesday, facing the Connecticut Sun. She finished her first game with 20 points, shooting 5-15 with 10 turnovers on the matchup.

Clark received major scrutiny for her performance. After all the hype around a potential future face of the league, Clark underperformed. She spoke on her production after the game, giving a simple message to WNBA fans.
  “I’m disappointed… Just learn from it and move on,” said Clark, via ESPN.

There’s going to be growing pains for Clark, as veteran WNBA star Diana Taurasi explained before the season. Clark may be a generational talent, but she’s taking a step into the professional atmosphere.

Clark being disappointed in her performance is valid. She would want to succeed and make a name for herself that doesn’t just translate from her influence in the college game.  The Fever will get back in action on Thursday aginst the New York Liberty.


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