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The Indiana Fever, led by Caitlin Clark, will face the Connecticut Sun on Monday, June 10, 2024 (6/10/24) at Mohegan Sun Arena in Montville, Connecticut.

Here's how you can watch: Fans can watch the game with a free trial of DirecTV Stream and fuboTV.

What you need to know:

What: WNBA game

WHO: Indiana Fever vs Connecticut Sun

When: June 10, 2024

Time: 7 p.m. ET

Where: Mohegan Sun Arena

TV: NBA TV and NBC Sports Boston

Station finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-Vers, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Helmsman, DIRECTV, Court, Hulu, fuboTV, loop.

Live broadcast: DirecTV Stream, fuboTV

Here is a recent WNBA story from AP:

Caitlin Clark hopes to one day play for the U.S. Olympic team. It just won't be in Paris next month.

The rookie player for the Indiana Fever confirmed on Sunday that she is not on the squad for this year's Olympic Games.

“I think it just gives you something to work for,” Clark told reporters after practice. “It's a dream. Hopefully I can be there one day. I think it's just a little more motivation. It's something you remember. Hopefully I can be there again when I'm four years old again.”

The next Summer Olympics will take place in Los Angeles in 2028.

Clark has averaged 16.8 points, 5.3 rebounds and 6.3 assists in her young professional career with the Fever.

She was not included in the U.S. national team roster provided to The Associated Press on Saturday by a person familiar with the team. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because no official announcement had been made.

The athletes include A'ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart and Diana Taurasi, who is aiming for a record sixth Olympic gold medal.

“I'm happy for the girls on the team,” Clark said. “I know it's the most competitive team in the world, and I know it could have gone either way whether I was on the team or not. I'm happy for them. I'll be rooting for them to win gold. I grew up watching the Olympics as a kid. It's going to be fun to watch them.”

The United States has won every gold medal in women's basketball since the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.

Clark said she received a call telling her she had not been selected for this year's team.

“They called me and let me know before everything came out, which was very respectful of them, and I appreciate that,” Clark said. “They did the same thing for every girl who made the team or every girl who didn't make the team. There are a lot of players in the Olympic pool. It wasn't like I was the only one they had to call. They had to make quite a few calls.”

Since her record-breaking college career at Iowa, Clark has brought millions of new fans to women's basketball. In the United States, special selection processes are in place to determine players for the national team, which take into account availability, position and versatility.

Because of her inclusion in the U.S. national team pool, Clark could be selected as an alternate if one of the 12 players is injured and unable to play. Anyone in the pool can be considered as an alternate.

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