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Caitlin Clark scores 20 in 10-TO debut as Fever fall to Sun - ESPN

UNCASVILLE, Conn. — Caitlin Clark scored a team-high 20 points but committed 10 turnovers, the most in a career debut in WNBA history, as her Indiana Fever fell 92-71 to the Connecticut Sun in their season opener Tuesday at Mohegan Sun Arena.

Clark, NCAA Division I basketball's all-time leading scorer and the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft, was held scoreless in the first quarter and didn't get on the board until the 5:24 mark of the second.

The game had the bustle and energy of a playoff or Finals game. Fans donning Sun, Fever and even Iowa gear lined up to get into the arena more than 2½ hours before the tip. The Sun handed out more than 170 credentials for media, with ESPN's «WNBA Countdown» desk stationed near the Fever bench and overflow media coming from near and far situated in a skybox.

The crowd of 8,910 marked the Sun's first home opener sellout since 2003, its inaugural game in Connecticut.

Clark, who emerged as the face of women's basketball while in college at Iowa, elicited cheers from the crowd, including the moment she corralled the ball off the opening tip, when she scored her first official WNBA points (off a layup) and as she started to get going from the 3-point arc.

But the Sun gave their fans plenty to be loud about throughout the night, securing the lead four minutes in, jumping ahead by as many as 15 late in the second and not allowing Indiana to get closer than five. The loudest cheers were for 14-year veteran DeWanna Bonner when she was honored during a timeout for becoming the league's No. 5 all-time scorer, and for Alyssa Thomas when she notched her 12th career triple-double (including postseason play) late in the fourth.

Reflecting Tuesday morning after shootaround, Clark said that