The Las Vegas Aces commandingly brushed aside the Indiana Fever on July 2 in a routine 88-69 win for the defending WNBA champions, but an exchange between Caitlin Clark and Kelsey Plum has gone viral online as it appeared the Fever star was going to be bitter about losing…

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The 22-year-old shot for 13 points, 11 assists and six rebounds during the loss in another convincing showing in her rookie season as she recorded her fourth double-double of the season whilst Plum produced a magnificent 34 points, six rebounds and five assists to fire her team to the win.

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But at the end of the game, when the pair when to shake hands, Clark initially snubbed her by avoiding it before it emerged that she was joking. Laughing it off, they shook hands and spoke to each other but it certainly caught the attention of the internet.

One user posted the video with a very simple caption of, “KELSEY PLUM AND CAITLIN CLARK,” with crying of laughter emojis.

A second added, “Lol this interaction between Caitlin Clark and Kelsey Plum.”

Whilst a third said, “This Kelsey Plum and Caitlin Clark moment at the end of tonight’s game,” with another crying of laughter emoji.

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The loss saw Caitlin Clark’s Indiana Fever slip back behind the Chicago Sky in the Eastern Conference standings with a record of 8-13 (.381) for the season, meaning they’re currently outside of the playoff spots after 21 games.


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But they can get back on track by welcoming the New York Liberty to the Gainbridge FieldHouse on Saturday, July 6 with the game tipping off at 13:00 ET/10:00 PT. The Liberty currently lead the Eastern Conference with a .850 record (17-3).

They’ve faced off three times this season and the Liberty have been convincing winners in all three, emerging triumphant 102-66, 91-80 and 104-68, with the most recent game being played on Sunday, June 2.