Caitlin Clark is peerless and even Angel Reese would applaud her: The VIDEO is so realistic that just a glance has the audience nodding their heads!

Caitlin Clark is peerless and even Angel Reese would applaud her:

The VIDEO is so realistic that just a glance has the audience nodding their heads!

Caitlin Clark là vô song và ngay cả Angel Reese cũng sẽ tán thưởng cô ấy: Một cuộc triển lãm khác cho Iowa

Caitlin Clark had 30 points and 11 assists, and Molly Davis added 18 points as No. 3 Iowa took sole possession of the Big Ten Conference lead with an 84-57 win over No. 14 Indiana on Saturday night.

Iowa (17-1, 6-0 Big Ten) extended its winning streak to 14 games while snapping the 13-game winning streak of the Hoosiers (14-2, 5-1).

Clark, the nation’s leading scorer at 31 points per game, didn’t need any last-second shots like the buzzer-beating 3-pointer that beat the Hoosiers in last year’s regular-season finale. Instead, she shook off a slow start to record her 52nd career double-double.

Clark was 10 of 21 from the field, 6 of 16 on 3-pointers, on a night when the Hawkeyes took charge of the conference race.

“I do know, she is almost at her best in the big moments,” Iowa coach Lisa Bluder said. “Really, she is.”

It was just another game, Clark said.

“You know, I think I’ve been through enough games in my career where there’s all these wonderful highs but there’s also lows too, and that’s just competitive sport,” Clark said. “That’s just basketball.”

Clark missed her first six 3-point attempts, but opened the second quarter with back-to-back 3-pointers to give Iowa a 25-19 lead.

Clark picked up her second foul with 4:49 left in the second quarter with Iowa up 28-26, and sat for 2 1/2 minutes. But Davis stepped up with seven points and an assist while Clark was out as the Hawkeyes extended their lead to as much as seven points. Clark returned to finish the half, and her 3-pointer with three seconds left gave Iowa a 43-37 halftime lead.

The Hawkeyes then opened the third quarter with an 11-2 run, started by a Clark layup eight seconds into the quarter and capped by a two-possession sequence in which Clark had a 3-pointer and then had an assist on Gabbie Marshall’s 3-pointer.

“We didn’t make a lot of defensive adjustments, actually,” Bluder said. “I know we talked about a couple of offensive things we wanted to do, including that play right out of the chute. (Clark) gets that layup and that really gave us momentum.”

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Caitlin Clark buzzer beater three from logo sends Iowa fans into frenzy

“We were just turning the ball over too much (in the first half), but we were still in the game,” Indiana coach Teri Moren said. “And then we give Caitlin that backdoor layup and all of the sudden we’re down (eight points), and from there it just got out of control.”

Indiana was held to just 20 second-half points. The Hoosiers had just seven field goals in the half.

“The second half, I thought, was beautiful,” Bluder said. “I thought our players played really well together, offensively and defensively.”

“We weren’t very good,” Moren said. “I’d love to be able to give you reasons why that was. We just looked out of sorts.”

Marshall added 12 points for Iowa. Kate Martin had 10 points and 12 rebounds.

Mackenzie Holmes led Indiana with 16 points. Yarden Garzon and Sydney Parrish each had 11.


Indiana: The Hoosiers didn’t arrive in Iowa City until Saturday morning because of the winter storm that shut down travel through most of Iowa. It didn’t seem to affect them in the first half as they kept pace with the Hawkeyes.

But Indiana was held to just 27.3% shooting in the third quarter as Iowa pulled away. “We’re not going to use that as an excuse,” Moren said of the travel issues. “That’s not the excuse why we lost.”

Iowa: The Hawkeyes fed off a crowd of more than 13,000 fans who showed up on a night when travel wasn’t recommended throughout most of the state because of blizzard-like conditions.

It turned into another Clark show in front of a national television audience. “I mean, it’s dangerous outside, and our fans don’t care,” Bluder said. “They’re amazing.”

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