Caitlin Clark vs. Angel Reese live score, updates, highlights from Sky vs. Fever WNBA game


The two biggest NCAA basketball stars are set to meet for the first time in the WNBA, as Caitlin Clark and the Fever host Angel Reese and the Sky at 12 p.m. ET Sunday.

The collegiate rivals are already living up to sky-high expectations at the pro level. Clark became the first of their rookie class to record a 30-point game, while Reese posted a double-double in her fifth game.

Their first WNBA clash also will feature another prominent rookie in Kamilla Cardoso, the No. 3 overall pick in the 2024 draft. Clark went No. 1 overall to Indiana, while Reese joined Cardoso in Chicago at No. 7 overall.

Cardoso was sidelined for the first few weeks of the season with a shoulder injury. But the former South Carolina star, who beat Clark in the 2024 NCAA title game, is expected to make her WNBA debut against the Fever.

Friends, rivals, college basketball legends β€” Clark and Reese (and Cardoso) will provide an unforgettable matchup for WNBA fans everywhere.

The Sporting News is tracking live updates as the Fever take on the Sky. Follow below for results and highlights.

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Fever vs. Sky score

  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Fever 17 18 19 21 71
Sky 14 19 16 17 70

Caitlin Clark stats

  • Points: 11
  • Rebounds: 8
  • Assists: 6
  • Steals: 0
  • Blocks: 1
  • FGs: 4-11 (2-9 from three)

Angel Reese stats

  • Points: 8
  • Rebounds: 13
  • Assists: 1
  • Steals: 1
  • Blocks:  0
  • FGs: 2-9

MORE: How rivals Clark and Reese stack up so far in their rookie season

Fever vs. Sky live updates, results, highlights from Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese WNBA clash

End of fourth quarter: Fever 71, Sky 70

2:06 p.m.: Chicago falls asleep at the wheel, letting Wheeler advance to the backcourt without any sort of resistance. She sends the ball to Clark and the Fever dribble out the clock! Game. Set. Match. Indiana wins, 71-70!

2:05 p.m.: She sinks the second! 

2:04 p.m.: Mabry misses the first!

2:03 p.m.: FOUL! Mabry takes the hit after Smith attempts to nab a steal. She heads to the free throw line with 6.6 seconds left and a chance to tie the game.

1:59 p.m.: Untimely turnover for Cardoso as the reigning Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Tournament walks on the inbounds pass. Missed opportunity for the Sky: Carter was open underneath the basket.

1:57 p.m.: AND-ONE! Boston fires back! She flicks the ball in over Cardoso’s outstretched grasp, drawing contact as she scores! What a bucket! What a moment! Indiana back up four.

1:56 p.m.: Carter sinks the layup and follows it up with a sumptuous feed to Cardoso as the Sky cut the lead to just one.

1:52 p.m.: Sky still hanging around in this one. Dana Evans’ two-point jumper cuts Indiana’s lead to five with 2:32 remaining. Still plenty of time to climb back into the game.

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1:41 p.m.: AND-ONE! Clark hits Wheeler who finds Mitchell on the lob. The smooth lefty absorbed contact from Williams before finishing for the three-point play. Fever look on the precipice of turning up the screw.

1:40 p.m.: Mabry rifles a jumper after finding space via Elizabeth Williams’ screen.

1:35 p.m.: Carter finishes through Clark’s foul as the Sky pull Indiana’s advantage to just three. Still eight minutes and some change left in regulation, too.

End of third quarter: Fever 54, Sky 49

1:28 p.m.: Some extracurricular activity as the quarter comes to a close. Chennedy Carter shoulder checks Clark for seemingly no reason, prompting the referees to give her a flagrant foul. Clark didn’t seemed too pleased about the gesture, either.

1:25 p.m.: Boston with some impressive resiliency. Found the target after missing a previous three attempts β€” and corralling the rebound for each of them.

1:21 p.m.: Cardoso overpowers Boston once more, scooping another basket β€” her fourth of the day. She’s got eight points in her WNBA debut and is yet to miss a shot.

1:19 p.m.: Back-and-forth affair here at Gainsbridge. Kristy Wallace fires one through contact after rising above Mabry for the and-one. Fever’s lead returns back to four after the basket.

1:18 p.m.: Clark exits the matchup after taking bit of contact from Cardoso. Looked like she might’ve landed awkwardly.

1:12 p.m.: After a sloppy start to the quarter, it’s the Fever who find life! Quick six-point run brings them up six, spotlighted by a slick Smith finger-roll on the fast break.

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1:05 p.m.: Smith tips things off with a delicate hook shot. 13 points for the Baylor product.

End of second quarter: Fever 35, Sky 33

12:48 p.m.: Reese’s mid-range jumper proves the last of the quarter as the Fever walk into the locker room with a two-point edge.

12:47 p.m.: Indiana’s supporting cast is coming through in a big way! Smith just took Reese to the cleaners on the post-up, side-stepping beyond her before finishing her layup with aplomb. Mitchell follows that up with yet another basket to pull Indiana out in front.

12:43 p.m.: Kelsey Mitchell drains a triple, then follows that up with an uncontested layup on the fast break. Her five-point flourish levels the game at 31 apiece.

12:40 p.m.: Reese makes like Rod Woodson and leaps high to snag Clark’s errant pass then drives into Boston to draw the foul. She proceeds to sink her two free throw attempts as Chicago extends its lead to three points.

12:39 p.m.: Reverse layup falls for Clark, who maneuvered easily beyond Marina Mabrey to get to the cup.

12:32 p.m.: NaLyssa Smith sinks the floater as she pulls herself to nine points on the day. She’s shown something at all three levels of the floor so far.

12:31 p.m.: Another basket by Kamilla Cardoso, who – in her first career game β€” has shown glimpses of why the Sky selected her froth overall in last year’s draft. She’s up to six points on the day.

12:29 p.m.: Wonderful feed by Clark, who flicks a delicate touch pass to Katie Lou Samuelson to open the second-frame scoring for the Fever.

End of first quarter: Fever 17, Sky 14

12:14 p.m.: Clark drops another triple after evading her marker via that patented stepback. Six points in quick succession for the Iowa product.

12:07 p.m. β€” Reese follows up with a two-pointer of her own after ripping the ball out the sky on the offensive glass.

12:05 p.m.β€” Already a quick start for Clark, who sinks a three off of a slick Aliyah Boston feed within the first minute of the opening tip.

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12 p.m. β€” And we’re off! Reese and Clark return to the floor as competitors, this time in the WNBA!

11:33 a.m. β€” South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley took to X, formerly Twitter, to wish her former star center Kamilla Cardoso luck in her WNBA debut.

Cardoso is facing off against her former Gamecocks teammate and current Fever forward Aliyah Boston.

11:25 a.m. β€” Angel Reese and the Chicago Sky are red carpet ready with their tunnel fits. Reese will be bringing her style to the court as well with her new custom Barbie sneakers.

Meanwhile, Caitlin Clark rocked a denim jumpsuit when she rolled into Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

Fever vs. Sky start time

  • Date: Saturday, June 1
  • Time: Noon ET

Fever-Sky will tip off at noon ET on Saturday, June 1 live from Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

How to watch Fever vs. Sky

  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Live stream: Sling

Indiana vs. Chicago will be broadcast on ESPN. Cord-cutters can stream the game live on Sling.

Caitlin Clark WNBA schedule

Date Game Time (ET) TV/Live stream
Sat., June 1 vs. Sky Noon ESPN, Sling
Sun., June 2 at Liberty 7 p.m. NBA TV, Sling
Fri., June 7 at Mystics 7:30 p.m. Ion
Mon., June 10 at Sun 7 p.m. NBA TV, Sling
Thurs., June 13 vs. Dream 7 p.m. ESPN3, Sling

Angel Reese WNBA schedule

Date Game Time (ET) TV/Live stream
Sat., June 1 at Fever Noon ESPN, Sling
Tues., June 4 vs. Liberty 8 p.m. NBA TV, Sling
Thurs., June 6 vs. Mystics 7 p.m. Prime Video
Sat., June 8 vs. Dream 5 p.m. NBA TV, Sling
Wed., June 12 vs. Sun 8 p.m. β€”



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