Indiana Fever star Caitlin Clark spoke on Chicago Sky rookie Angel Reese.

The Indiana Fever and Chicago Sky will play their third meeting of the WNBA season on Sunday, which will give fans another look at the star rookie battle between Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese.

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While so much has been made about the Rookie of the Year race between Clark and Reese, they may find themselves on the same team at the All-Star Game.

The only two rookies in the top-10 of All-Star voting after the first returns, Clark is second in the WNBA in voting, while Reese is seventh. When asked about this prior to Sunday’s game, Clark spoke highly of Reese.

“A lot of hypotheticals,” Clark said. “Both of us would probably tell you our focus is definitely on playing basketball… If that works out for the both of us, great… She’s having a tremendous season.”

The Eastern Conference All-Star team projects to be loaded with talent, and will potentially be headlined by Clark and Reese. Entering play on Sunday, Clark leads all rookies in points per game, while Reese leads all rookies in rebounds per game.

While Clark and Reese are the two favorites for Rookie of the Year, both players are putting up numbers that are not only impressive when put up against other rookies, but the rest of the league. After the first voting returns, it seems fans want to see both players in the All-Star game.

While many continue to focus on the perceived rivalry between Clark and Reese, the two may be teammates very soon at the WNBA All-Star game, which something the Fever star openly welcomes.