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Indiana Fever vs. Connecticut Sun: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats for Caitlin Clark's WNBA debut

Caitlin Clark makes her WNBA regular season debut with the Indiana Fever on Tuesday, May 14 against a playoff team from last season, the Connecticut Sun.

Clark will take the floor with teammates Aliyah Boston, Lexie Hull, NaLyssa Smith and Erica Wheeler to face last season's MVP finalist Alyssa Thomas and fellow veterans Brionna Jones and DeWanna Bonner.

How to watch Indiana Fever vs. Connecticut Sun, TV channel and streaming

Indiana Fever vs. Connecticut Sun will be televised on ESPN2, which can be viewed through cable TV or streaming apps including YouTubeTV and FuboTV, and the game will be available to stream on ESPN+.

Indiana Fever vs. Connecticut Sun start time, date and venue

Indiana Fever vs. Connecticut Sun is scheduled to tip off at 7:30 PM ET on Tuesday, May 14 with the game taking place at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

Indiana Fever vs. Connecticut Sun injury report

Indiana Fever: No injuries to report

Connecticut Sun: No injuries to report

Indiana Fever vs. Connecticut Sun predicted lineups

Indiana Fever: Caitlin Clark, Lexie Hull, NaLyssa Smith, Erica Wheeler, Aliyah Boston

Connecticut Sun: Tiffany Hayes, Natisha Hiedeman, Rebecca Allen, DeWanna Bonner, Alyssa Thomas

Indiana Fever vs. Connecticut Sun stats

  • In her first WNBA preseason game against the Dallas Wings, Clark had a team-high 21 points, three rebounds and two assists with five turnovers while shooting 6/15 from the floor in 28 minutes.
  • Last season, Sun forward Alyssa Thomas led the WNBA in rebounds per game (9.8) and finished in the top five in assists per game (7.9), steals per game (1.8), minutes per game (36.1), defensive win shares (3.3) and defensive rating (97.1).
  • Fever forward/center and 2023 first-overall pick Aliyah Boston led the WNBA in offensive rebounds (125), led the league in field goal percentage (57.8), and tied for seventh in blocks (50) last season.
  • Fever guard Kelsey Mitchell finished 10th in points per game (18.2) last season, and she made the fifth-highest percentage of three-point attempts at 43.5 percent.
  • Indiana and Connecticut played at paces of 77.9 and 77.7 possessions per game, the second- and third-slowest paces in the WNBA last season, respectively.
  • Connecticut had the third-best net rating as they outscored opponents by 4.7 points per 100 possessions; Indiana had the fourth-worst net rating as they were outscored by 5.1 points per 100 possessions.

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