Indiana Fever rookie Caitlin Clark left the possibility open that she might participate in the three-point competition at the 2024 WNBA All-Star weekend.

“Remains to be seen. We’ll see. I don’t know, I haven’t decided, I don’t know,” Clark said Friday about competing, per Chloe Peterson of the Indy Star. “I can’t give you guys every answer today.”

Clark was named Tuesday to the Team WNBA All-Star game roster. The event will take place the weekend of July 20 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Clark led all nominees with more than 700,000 fan votes as she joined the Chicago Sky’s Angel Reese as one of two rookies name to the All-Star rosters.

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The New York Liberty’s Sabrina Ionescu set a WNBA and NBA record by racking up 37 points to win the 2023 three-point competition.

Ionescu then faced off against Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry for a one-on-one three-point contest in February.

Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium reported in April that Clark could be involved in a future three-point contest between Ionescu and Curry. Charania described the rematch as “very likely.”

Clark, who recently broke Curry’s single-season NCAA record with more than 162 three-pointers for Iowa in 2023-24, would make sense as a candidate for the next edition of the contest.

Clark is currently shooting 33.7 percent from behind the arc as she leads all rookies with an average of 2.7 three-pointers made through 21 games.

That ties Clark for fifth in the WNBA, ranking her behind only fellow All-Star competitors Arike Ogunbowale, Kelsey Plum, Kayla McBride, Ionescu and Diana Taurasi for the league lead.

If Clark does compete, she will face steep competition in reigning champion Ionescu or Ogunbowale, who is currently leading the league with 3.3 three-pointers per game.

Clark’s Fever teammate Mitchell, who joined the three-point contest in 2018 and 2023, will be another candidate to watch as the WNBA puts together the field for the three-point competition.