Throughout her rocky rookie season in the WNBA, Caitlin Clark has said all the right things, and taken the high road after every hard foul and run-in. And after some rough games, the Indiana Fever rookie has apparently turned the corner and is continuing to make history.

With the brutal portion of the Fever schedule out of the way, Indiana and Caitlin Clark have been playing some of their best basketball. They have won back-to-back games for the first time this season, and believe it or not, if the playoffs started today, the Fever would be in! Clark has looked more comfortable on the court and is putting up historically great numbers. She recently put up another game where she had at least 20 points, 5 assists, and 5 rebounds.

It was her 5th such game of the year, putting her in some select company in WNBA history. Clark is also setting more ratings records. Sunday's game between the Fever and the Chicago Sky was the most-watched WNBA game in 23 years! ESPN reports that the game featuring Clark and Angel Reese averaged 2.25 million viewers, up 225% from a comparable game last season.

With so much attention on Caitlin NOT making the U.S. Women's Olympic basketball team, there is a way to help her make another important team. The All-Star team! Voting is open for the WNBA All-Star game which will be played on Saturday, July 20th in Arizona. Fans can vote once every 24 hours at WNBA.com or on the WNBA app. Fans are allowed to select up to 10 players per device per day. Voting ends on Saturday, June 29th.

So what are you waiting for? Let's make Caitlin Clark an All-Star her rookie season! VOTE NOW! 

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