Caitlin Clark receives most votes for WNBA All-Star Game, will be teammates with Angel Reese

Caitlin Clark's fever persists. WNBA rookie sensation was named All-Star with the most votes.  

Clark was the only player with 700,000 votes (735), while Indiana Fever teammate Aaliyah Boston ranked second with 618,680.  

Vegas Aces player A'ja Wilson, who received the most first-round votes, finished third with 607,300.  

To start Tuesday, Clark led rookies with 16.2 points and 6.9 assists. She was third in assists and 16th in points per game.  

Clark faces Angel Reese, her longtime rival who set the league's consecutive double-double record (10). Reese leads the WNBA with 11.8 rebounds and is one of four double-double players.  

Clark denied any "rivalry" between the two, but their matches are must-sees. During the 2023 national championship, LSU's Reese slapped Iowa Hawkeye Clark and pointed at her ring finger, saying "you can't see me".   

Iowa and Clark won revenge in March Madness, and Clark is 2-1 against Reese in WNBA. They may share a dressing room, bench, and floor. Two of the most watched WNBA games in 20 years were their last.  

The only rookie All-Stars, Clark and Reese, will face the US Olympic team, which Clark was controversially cut from.  

Clark has scored double-digits in six straight games since scoring seven on 3-for-11 shooting on June 13. In that period, she had three double-doubles and twice came close to a triple.   

Clark's record ratings and attendance had WNBA peers envious. There have been several direct and indirect slights, and Wilson said Clark's Whiteness made her appealing.  

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