How many points did Caitlin Clark score today? Full stats, results, highlights from Fever vs. Storm

Caitlin Clark is starting to settle into her role as a WNBA star rookie.

The No. 1 overall pick is coming off the best game of her young career Tuesday against the Sparks. Clark registered her first 30-point game, adding six assists, five rebounds, three steals and three blocks to her totals.

The effort came in an 88-82 loss for the Fever, and the 22-year-old guard still can’t shake the turnover bug. Clark added seven giveaways to her league-leading 44 turnovers — 14 more than the next-closest player, Skylar Diggins-Smith (30).

Diggins-Smith, a new addition to the Seattle lineup, will look to force Clark into more mistakes Thursday when Indiana faces off against the Storm.

The Fever (1-7) sit in second-to-last place in the Eastern Conference, above only the winless Mystics. The Storm (4-3) have bounced back from a 1-3 start, winning three games in a row heading into Thursday’s contest.

Will Clark build off her career-high scoring night or will Seattle keep rolling? The Sporting News has you covered with live updates, stats and highlights from the game below.

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Caitlin Clark stats vs. Seattle Storm

This section will be updated at the end of the game.

Halftime: Storm 47, Fever 41

Minutes Played 20
Points 12
Rebounds 2
Assists 3
Steals 0
Blocks 1
Turnovers 3
FG 5-10
3FG 2-4
FT 0-0
Fouls 1

Caitlin Clark highlights vs. Seattle Storm

Clark is making an impact on the offensive end to keep the Fever close in this one. She already has 12 points and three assists at halftime, knocking down two of her four 3-point attempts.

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The star point guard delivered a dime to NaLyssa Smith, who is excelling in her first game back in Indiana’s starting lineup after Temi Fagbenle went down with a foot injury in Tuesday’s loss.

Smith has a game-high 15 points on 6-for-10 shooting from the field, including this wide-open layup created by Clark’s court vision.

Clark started to catch fire from 3-point range in the second quarter. She buried two triples, then exchanged some words with Storm guard Victoria Vivians.

We should be in for a lively second half with the Fever only trailing the Storm by six points, 47-41, heading into the break.

This section will be updated at the end of the game.

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