Women’s basketball fans are getting their first look at the the past two No. 1 picks in the WNBA draft practicing together, and a bunch of fans are upset with the facility that Caitlin Clark has to participate in.

Former Gamecock and No. 1 pick in the 2023 WNBA draft Aliyah Boston is going into year two with the Indiana Fever as she will be on the same team as Clark, who was selected number one in 2024.

Caitlin Clark practicing in Indiana Fever practice facility

Caitlin Clark (Photo via Indiana Fever/Instagram)

On Wednesday, the Indiana Fever shared a video of the two young talents practicing together in Indianapolis.

The footage of Caitlin Clark and Aliyah Boston immediately went viral, but it had more to do with the practice facility they were playing in.

Fans took to the comments to show how disturbed they were by the Fever’s facility:

Despite the small facility, the video gave fans an early glimpse of the star power expected on the court for these two players.

In college, Caitlin Clark’s Hawkeyes beat Boston’s South Carolina Gamecocks in a matchup where they last played each other in the Final Four of the NCAA tournament in March 2023.

Caitlin Clark’s Record-Breaking College Career Gives Hope She Will Have The WNBA Flourishing

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Caitlin Clark set a number of records while a star with Iowa women’s basketball.

She was Iowa’s all-time leading scorer, achieved the most 30-point games by any man or woman in Division I in the past 25 seasons, became Big Ten’s all-time leader in assists, became Iowa’s all-time leader in assists, broke Big Ten all-time scoring record, and became Division I women’s career scoring leader.

Her celebrity status also had her shattering viewership records the further she went in the NCAA Tournament.

Her overwhelming status gives high hopes that she will not only succeed in the WNBA but also help speed things along to have the ladies make millions on contract, hopefully.