In Photos: Caitlin Clark ready for business in brown blazer and shorts as she leads Fever tunnel walk vs. Mystics clash

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Look at Caitlin Clark's fashion before the Fever-Mystics game. (Image credits: Caitlin Clark/X, Instagram)

WNBA's Caitlin Clark made her way to the tunnel for the regular season clash between the Indiana Fever and Washington Mystics. Both teams are at the bottom half of the Eastern Conference and are looking to get a win to improve their record. The Fever and Mystics are on two-game winning streaks, which gives them enough momentum coming into the game.

The rookie turned heads as she put on a brown blazer ahead of her game against Washington. She paired the blazer with brown shorts and a brown purse. Clark posed in front of the camera before she headed to the locker room.

Take a look at the photos below to see how she looked.

Clark shows off her style ahead of the Mystics' game (Image Credits: IG/Indiana Fever)
Clark shows off her style ahead of the Mystics' game (Image Credits: IG/Indiana Fever)
Clark shows off her style ahead of the Mystics' game (Image Credits: IG/Indiana Fever)
Clark shows off her style ahead of the Mystics' game (Image Credits: IG/Indiana Fever)
Clark shows off her style ahead of the Mystics' game (Image Credits: IG/Indiana Fever)
Clark shows off her style ahead of the Mystics' game (Image Credits: IG/Indiana Fever)

In the last meeting with the Mystics, the Fever took care of business and had an 85-83 win. Clark had 30 points, eight rebounds and six assists that night. The star rookie made seven of her 13 attempts from beyond the arc.


WNBA legend wanted Caitlin Clark on Team USA

The women's Team USA roster for the Olympics was announced on June 11. Caitlin Clark wasn't included in the final list of players who will travel to Paris to compete for the gold medal.

In March, when Clark was playing for Iowa, former WNBA star Lisa Leslie said the rookie should be a part of the Team USA.

"One hundred percent," Leslie said. "One-thousand percent. I can't even let you get the question out. I don't know how you leave the country without her."

Leslie was the best player in the league during her time and was a four-time participant for Team USA. During her stint with the national team, she helped win the gold medal four times.

Clark was invited to the final training camp for Team USA. She was among the 14 players invited, but due to March Madness, she wasn't able to attend the training. This could be the cause of why she was left out of the roster.

Edited by Ribin Peter
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