After the Chicago game Caitlin Clark quarrel with his coach and quiet reveals some reasons.

After the Chicago game Caitlin Clark quarrel with his coach and quiet reveals some reasons.

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In the last moments of Sunday night’s Indiana Fever loss to the Chicago Sky, Caitlin Clark seemed to have a falling out with coach Christie Sides.

In yet another thrilling game against their newfound WNBA rivals, the Sky defeated Clark and the Fever 88-87 on their third try of the season.

After giving up the lead in the last two and a half minutes of the game and failing to recover, Indiana had a disastrous night. Angel Reese, Chennedy Carter, and Camilla Cardoso spurred Chicago to victory in the closing minutes.

Clark did not have a significant influence in the game’s final minutes at Wintrust Arena since she repeatedly passed the ball to teammates rather than trying for the gold herself.

Despite being one of the best shooters in women’s basketball for many a year, the No. 1 Draft choice and former collegiate sensation miraculously only took two shots in the final seven minutes.

During Sunday night’s Indiana Fever loss against the Chicago Sky, Caitlin Clark seemed to dispute with coach Christie Sides (right).


Supporters were incensed at her lack of participation in the fourth quarter; some accused Sides of using “selfish” methods, while others urged Clark to be more selfless.

And as the game on Sunday came to an end, there appeared to be a furious altercation between the aforementioned two players on the court.

Before the Fever coach addresses her concerns, Clark is seen making irrational gestures with her right arm out in a video that has gone viral on social media.

Throwing both arms out and letting out a sigh, the 22-year-old expressed her anger with her response.

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On social media, a user proposed: “Towards the end of the game, Christie Sides and Caitlin Clark were having an argument.” Clark wasn’t a fan of Sides’ game strategy.

This will be problematic because Christie Sides stopped serving pick & roll, and Chicago was having trouble putting an end to it. This game would have been won by Indiana.

Many other fans bemoaned Clark’s lack of shots following the game, with one commenting, ‘She should have been more selfish in the end.’


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