Caitlin Clark Defends Teammate Aliyah Boston at Press Conference

Photo: Instagram/Caitlin Clark

At a recent press conference, Indiana Fever rookie Caitlin Clark made a point to include her teammate Aliyah Boston in the conversation. Despite reporters asking six questions directed only at Clark, no one seemed to notice Boston sitting next to her with a microphone.

When the seventh question started with "Caitlin, you—," Clark interrupted the reporter and gestured towards Boston, saying, "Ask Aliyah a question." Boston initially declined, saying, “No, I’m good,” but Clark insisted. Eventually, reporters asked Boston the final three questions of the session, and she answered thoughtfully.

Clark finished the game with 15 points, seven assists, and six rebounds, while Boston contributed 11 points and 14 rebounds. The Fever lost 89-77 to Seattle, making their record 7-12.

Photo: Instagram/Caitlin Clark

Clark’s gesture may have been in response to Boston's support during a previous press conference. After a mistake, Boston reassured Clark, emphasizing their teamwork and chemistry.

This moment highlights the camaraderie between Clark and Boston, showing their mutual respect and support on and off the court.

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Source: Yahoo Sports 


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