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Clark: Playing with Reese at WNBA All-Star Game 'would be a lot of fun'

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Indiana Fever rookie Caitlin Clark would welcome the opportunity to play alongside the Chicago Sky's Angel Reese at the 2024 WNBA All-Star Game.

"A lot of hypotheticals. I think both of us would probably tell you that our focus is on definitely playing basketball, and if that works out for the both of us, great," Clark said Sunday, per Matthew Byrne of ClutchPoints. "It would be a lot of fun, we've never played together.

"I don't really know what all goes into how they select the All-Star team - I'm new to the league. I know fan vote is part of it, but there's also other criteria, it's not just fan vote. She's had a tremendous season, and if that was to happen, I'm sure people would love it."

The All-Star Game will pit Team USA's Olympic squad against All-Stars who weren't chosen. Neither Clark nor Reese were named to Team USA.

Clark received the second-most All-Star votes (216,427) behind Las Vegas Aces star A'ja Wilson (217,773) in the first returns, while Reese came in at No. 7 (118,490).

The WNBA All-Star Game is set for July 20 at the Footprint Center in Phoenix.

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