Caitlin Clark involved in fiery row with Seattle Storm rival Victoria Vivians… emotions boil over as Indiana Fever star loses AGAIN in WNBA

Tempers ran hot in the contest between the Indiana Fever and the Seattle Storm as Caitlin Clark got into some trash talk with Seattle’s Victoria Vivians.

It all started when Clark drained a 3-pointer to make it a 34-28 game in the second quarter.

As she was walking to get back on defense, she bumped into Vivians by accident.

Vivians bumped Clark back and the two exchanged hostile words with each other.

Sensing trouble, Clark’s Indiana teammate Aliyah Boston ran over and pulled her away to avoid any further confrontation.

Caitlin Clark and Seattle Storm rival Victoria Vivians got into a tense confrontation

After a while, the tension diffused and the two smiled at each other eventually

After a while, the tension diffused and the two smiled at each other eventually

Vivians’ Seattle teammates did the same and the situation diffused from there – with Clark and Vivians exchanging smiles.

But the smiles quickly faded from there for Clark and fans of the Fever as they suffered yet another loss.

Indiana (1-8), who have yet to win a game at home, lost to the Storm (5-3) 103-88.

Clark did not lead the Fever in scoring, putting up 19 points, three rebounds and nine assists along with seven costly turnovers – more than the rest of Indiana combined.

The Fever were led by Nalyssa Smith – who put up 23 points and ten rebounds – while Boston chipped in with 11 points and 12 rebounds as well as five assists.

Jewel Loyd led things for Seattle with 22 points and six assists as three other members of the Storm starting five put up double-digit points.

Skylar Diggins-Smith dropped 18 points, Nneka Ogwumike put up 17 points, and Ezi Magbegor had 15 points – all while the team shot 56 percent from the field and 42 percent from beyond the arc.

By comparison, Indiana shot 41 percent from the field and 40 percent from 3-point range.