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This woman is unstoppable. If it seems like every week Caitlin Clark is breaking another record, it’s because she is.

During their latest matchup against the WNBA-leading New York Liberty, Caitlin Clark broke two new records.

Caitlin Clark Breaking Records Vs Liberty

First, she became the first rookie in WNBA history to record a triple-double.

She did it with an incredible 19 points, 13 assists, and 12 rebounds. That is just huge.

Watch the scene in the locker room after the game as coach Christie Sides announces Clark’s achievement:

That looks like some excited ladies upping their game for a playoff run to me!

But Clark also broke yet another record during the game, becoming the first rookie in WNBA history with 350 points, 100 rebounds, and 150 assists. This girl is a hooper, folks. No doubt about it.

RELATED: Watch How Caitlin Clark’s Teammates Celebrate After Her Historic Triple Double

Caitlin Clark, Indiana Fever Starting to Gel

Earlier in the season, there was a lot of talk about Clark getting bullied on the court by jealous rivals.

That talk turned into questions about why Clark’s teammates on the Fever didn’t seem to stand up for her. Were there chemistry problems on the team? Did Clark’s teammates hold the same jealous grudge as rival WNBA players?

While we don’t have the answers to those questions, it looks like Clark has at least one partner in crime these days: Aliyah Boston.

The recipient of dozens of perfect Clark assists, Boston gave Clark kudos after her record-setting game against the Liberty.

Ever humble, Clark gave all the credit to her teammates – but Boston was giving it right back:

As of today, the Fever have roared back and now sit in third place in the Eastern Conference, and 7th place in the playoff standings. They sit just one game ahead of the Chicago Sky and rival Angel Reese, with a 9-13 record.

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