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Caitlin Clark says 'no grudges' after Chennedy Carter's flagrant foul: 'People are competitive'

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Chennedy Carter's flagrant foul in her game against the Indiana Fever last week wasn’t anything outside the norm, Caitlin Clark suggested to reporters on Friday. 

Speaking ahead of the Fever’s win over the Washington Mystics, Clark was asked whether she felt the incident, which has stirred a debate over her treatment in the WNBA, warranted a public apology from Carter. 

Caitlin Clark, #22 of the Indiana Fever, dribbles against the Chicago Sky during the second quarter of the game at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on June 1, 2024, in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

"No, basketball's competitive. I get it," Clark said. "Sometimes your emotions get the best of you – it happened to me multiple times throughout the course of my career. People are competitive. It is what it is." 


"She’s having a tremendous season," Clark said of Carter. "She's played great basketball in my eyes, probably in first place for Sixth Player of the Year. She's been great off the bench for them. She had 25 [points] here last night and really helped them win the game."

Clark, who equaled a career-high of 30 points to help the Fever defeat the Washington Mystics 85-83 before an NBA-sized crowd, went on to say that her focus is on her team. 

"That's just not where my focus is. That's not what I think about on a day-to-day basis. I think about my team. I think about ways I can get better." 

Chicago Sky guard Chennedy Carter (7) guards Indiana Fever guard Caitlin Clark (22) on June 1, 2024, at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Brian Spurlock/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)