The WNBA draft happened, and some exciting players got picked by different teams! Caitlin Clark, a superstar from the University of Iowa, was chosen first by the Indiana Fever.

The draft continued, and players like Cameron Brink from Stanford and Kamilla Cardoso from South Carolina were selected by other teams. Angel Reese, another talented player from LSU, was picked by the Chicago Sky. She got emotional and thanked her family for their support.

Alissa Pili, who is from Utah and has roots in Samoa and Alaska, was chosen by the Minnesota Lynx. She feels proud to represent indigenous and Polynesian girls in basketball.

French players Carla Leite and Leila Lacan were also selected, along with Marquesha Davis from Mississippi and Nyadiew Puoch from Australia.

Everyone is excited about Clark joining the Fever because she’s such a standout player. The team’s coach, Christie Sides, is impressed by her skills and believes she’ll make the team even better.

The Fever’s first game is coming up soon, and fans are eager to see Clark in action. Even though the Fever didn’t do so well last season, having Clark on the team is generating a lot of interest. Many of their games will be broadcast nationally, so fans all over can watch them play.

Clark’s arrival in Indiana means she’ll be playing alongside Aliyah Boston, another talented player. They even faced off last year in a big game, with Clark scoring a whopping 41 points! It’s going to be exciting to see what they can do together on the court.

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