Chennedy Carter Goes Off On Caitlin Clark In Social Media Rant After Getting Away With Cheap Shot On Her During Chicago-Indiana GameChennedy Carter (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
Chennedy Carter continued her feud with Caitlin Clark by ripping the Indiana Fever star on social media following Saturday’s game at the Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

Things got testy between Chennedy Carter and Caitlin Clark during the Fever’s home game against the Chicago Sky. After some chirping between the two stars, Carter delivered an unnecessary cheap shot on Clark late in the third quarter:

The officials initially called a foul on Carter, but the WNBA reviewed the play and later assessed a flagrant 1 foul to the 25-year-old. After the game, Carter also told reporters she wasn’t answering questions about Clark.

Instead, Chennedy Carter decided to wait until she logged onto social media to continue chirping the Fever superstar. On Instagram, Carter wrote, “beside three point shooting what does she bring to the table man” with a laughing emoji.

Fans also noticed Angel Reese cheering from the sidelines following Carter’s cheap shot on Clark. Referencing Reese, Carter wrote on another thread, “my dawg fasho , got all my teammates.”

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Tell us how you really feel about Caitlin Clark, Chennedy.

Regardless, Clark and the Fever got the last laugh by holding on for a tight 71-70 victory. That marked the end of Indiana’s three-game losing streak, as well as their first home win of the season.

Chennedy Carter & Chicago Will Meet Indiana Three More Times

For those entertained by the Chicago-Indiana rivalry, there’s good news: These two teams still play three more times over the remainder of the regular season.

Fans won’t have to wait too long for the next meeting, as the Fever will again host the Sky on June 16 at 12:00 p.m. EST. Clark and the Fever will visit the Sky for the first time one week later on June 23 (6:00 p.m. EST) in a game that will be featured on NBA TV.

Their fourth and final regular season meeting will run on Aug. 30 in Windy City.