Indiana Fever Shares First Video of Caitlin Clark, Aliyah Boston Practicing Together

The footage gave fans an early glimpse of the star power expected on the court for these two stars.
April 17, 2024; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indiana Fever player Caitlin Clark, former Iowa Hawkeye, speaks at her introductory press conference.
April 17, 2024; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indiana Fever player Caitlin Clark, former Iowa Hawkeye, speaks at her introductory press conference. / Indianapolis Star-USA TODAY NETW
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Caitlin Clark, who was the Indiana Fever's No. 1 pick this year, is already getting work done in the gym with her new teammates as the team prepares for the 2024 WNBA season to begin in a couple weeks.

The former Iowa star had her first Fever workout on Tuesday, and the team posted a few videos of Clark working out and shooting baskets in the gym. But fans got even more excited on Wednesday when the Fever posted a video of Clark and Fever star Aliyah Boston practicing together. It gave fans an early glimpse of the star power expected on the court for these two players.

Clark and Boston both made shots in the highlight video posted.

This practice marked the first time Clark and Boston have played for the same team on the court. Boston was selected No. 1 overall by the Fever last year, so the two stars last played each other in the Final Four of the NCAA tournament in March 2023. Clark's Hawkeyes beat Boston's South Carolina Gamecocks in the matchup.

Boston worked as an analyst for a number of Clark's Iowa games this past season as she continued to break college basketball records.


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