Caitlin Clark, Aliyah Boston Reveal Mental Health Battles During Indiana Fever Losing Streak

Caitlin Clark, Aliyah Boston Reveal Mental Health Battles During Indiana Fever Losing Streak

Indiana Fever superstars Caitlin Clark and Aliyah Boston received a lot of criticism during the Fever’s five-game losing streak to start the 2024 WNBA regular season. 

Fans and basketball pundits were claiming that the two No. 1 overall WNBA Draft picks couldn’t play together, and weren’t performing up to the standard they expected. 

Then Clark and Boston combined for 28 points in the Fever’s 78-73 win over the Los Angeles Sparks on Friday night


The former Iowa Hawkeye and South Carolina Gamecock sat next to each other during their postgame press conference, and discussed the mental health struggles they’ve faced to this point in the season.

All this that’s happening on social media, it’s because I’m going through a season, and I can’t wait to come out on the other side of that,” Boston said. 

“I think the biggest thing is mental health is very important,” Clark added. “It’s important for professional athletes, it’s important for student athletes, and it’s important for every single person in this world. 

“[Mental health] is all something we’re all trying to navigate, and continue to give ourselves grace in,” Clark concluded.

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