Caitlin Clark is not here for fun and games; she is ready to get down to business.

Last Monday, Caitlin Clark was selected first overall in the 2024 WNBA draft by the Indiana Fever.

This week, she participated in her first team practice as the team prepares for the 2024 WNBA season to begin in a couple of weeks. The former Iowa star had her first Fever workout on Tuesday, and the team posted a few videos of Clark working out and shooting baskets in the gym.

After a grueling practice session, it was time to head to the locker room and unwind. However, Aliyah Boston, the reigning rookie of the year, and some other teammates decided they wanted to do a TikTok.

The girls were dancing to the tune of ‘Bow Bow Bow (F My Baby Dad)’ by Sexyy Red.

Caitlin Clark could be seen in the back, looking on to see what they were doing and quickly walking out the door.

For those wondering, Clark does have a TikTok of her own, and she has more than 306,000 followers. She only has nine videos, and there are only two of them where she could be seen dancing, which was in 2022 when the Iowa Hawkeyes were crowned Big Ten champs. She’s only posted two videos in 2024 alone.

From Iowa to Indiana, from college superstardom to the most hyped #1 draft pick ever, Clark is adjusting to new demands and expectations in the WNBA in the weeks before the 2024 season begins. There will be plenty of time for playing later.

Caitlin Clark’s Jersey Sell Record Was Shattered By Caleb Williams

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images)
Caitlin Clark’s draft merchandise sales record only lasted ten days due to new Chicago Bears quarterback Caleb Williams.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Williams surpassed Clark’s record for most draft-night merchandise sales by Fanatics of any player in any sport after the Bears selected him No. 1 overall in the 2024 NFL draft on Thursday.