VIDEO: Everyone Went Wild After Caitlin Clark Arrived At Her Game In Las Vegas Showing Plenty Of Leg In Her Short Skirt.

Caitlin Clark in her pregame outfitCaitlin Clark (Photo via ESPN/Twitter)
Unfortunately, Caitlin Clark and the Indiana Fever fell to 8-13 on the season with an 88-69 loss to the back-to-back WNBA champion Las Vegas Aces.

Before the women took the court at T-Mobile Arena, Clark was already going viral when she showed up wearing a two-piece outfit with a buttoned-up top, an undershirt, and a beige skirt.

With her look, Caitlin Clark also wore matching heels that went along with the tan tone. On her shoulder was a matching purse that really brought everything together.

On the same night she was named a WNBA All-Star for the first time in her career, Clark unfortunately struggled from the field, shooting just 4-of-12, including 1-of-7 from deep, scoring 13 points. She also had six turnovers and five fouls.

On the other side, Kelsey Plum shined bright as she led all scorers with 34 points, a season-high for her.

A’ja Wilson poured in 28 points, nine rebounds, and five blocks.

Caitlin Clark’s teammate, Kelsey Mitchell, who was also named to the All-Star team, led the Fever with 23 points.

Caitlin Clark Led The WNBA In All-Star Votes

WNBA fans are certainly in for a treat during the all-star game.

Reigning Defensive Player of the Year A’ja Wilson will face off against Rookie of the Year candidates Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese during the 2024 WNBA All-Star game, as it was revealed on Tuesday night.

The WNBA All-Stars will compete against the U.S. women’s national team All-Stars on July 20 in Phoenix.

Clark led everybody in votes while her teammate came in second, per ESPN.

Caitlin Clark (Fever): 700,735 votes
Aaliyah Boston (Fever): 618,680 votes
A’ja Wilson (Los Angeles Sparks): 607,300 votes
Breanna Stewart (New York Liberty): 424,135 votes

Angel Reese (Chicago Sky): 381,518 votes
Last season, the most-voted player for the WNBA All-Star game had 95,860 votes. This season, Caitlin Clark led the voting with over 700K votes.#WNBA #WNBAAllStar #FeverRising