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Caitlin Clark somehow got an assist from the Storm free-throw line on this unreal pass

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While much is made about Indiana Fever rookie guard Caitlin Clark’s uncanny shooting ability, her passing might be just as impressive.

During an away game against the Seattle Storm on Thursday, Clark somehow made a pass from the Seattle free-throw line all the way to teammate Katie Lou Samuelson under the Fever bucket for a layup.

It’s just not common to see someone pull off an assist from the opposing free-throw line, but Clark isn’t common. Her passing ability is one of her best attributes on the court, and this might be her best professional pass so far.