Caitlin Clark will square off against Kate Martin and Megan Gustafson Saturday

But first, Clark’s Indiana Fever play in Seattle and Los Angeles

Iowa's Kate Martin, left, poses for a photo with WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert, right, after being selected 18th overall by the Las Vegas Aces during the second round of the WNBA basketball draft on Monday, April 15, 2024, in New York. (AP Photo/Adam Hunger)

We didn’t know who we were, we didn’t know what we did, we were just on the road.

So sang John Denver once upon a time, and it has little if anything to do with what Caitlin Clark and the WNBA’s Indiana Fever faces this week.

Nonetheless … here are the 0-4 Fever’s games, times, and TV for the rest of this week:

Wednesday: At Seattle, 9 p.m. (CT). Amazon Prime

Friday: At Los Angeles, 9 p.m., Ion

Saturday: At Las Vegas, 8 p.m., NBA TV

The Las Vegas Aces take a 2-0 record into their home game against Phoenix Tuesday, then are off until Indiana rolls into the lair of the two-time defending WNBA champions.

Las Vegas, of course, has former Hawkeyes Megan Gustafson and Clark’s four-year Iowa teammate and bestie, Kate Martin. The 6-foot Martin had a money moment last Saturday in the Aces’ 89-82 win over Los Angeles when she blocked a shot of 6-7 Li Yueru.

Said to be the 12th player on the 12-player Aces, Martin played 26 minutes in that game and had five rebounds, three assists and her first pro 3-pointer.

“She’s high-energy always in practice,” said Aces star A’ja Wilson, who had 22 points in that game. “So it was just a matter of time that it translates over to the game. So we were all excited and hyped for her.”

The Aces knew something. They drafted her higher than she was expected to go, at 18th. Now they’ve thrown her into the fire immediately, and she was ready.


Kate Martin embraces her new role — role player — with the Las Vegas Aces

Another Ace is former Iowa center Megan Gustafson, who played 15 minutes and scored five points in Las Vegas’ opener last week, an 89-80 win over Phoenix.

And get this: She apparently will make $100,000 more than her rookie salary of $67,249 because of bonus payments being given to the Aces by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

“I’m super thankful,” Martin said last week. “Sometimes I have to pinch myself to make sure I’m not dreaming, but this is very much real life, and that is what all these players deserve. I wouldn’t be getting this crazy bonus if it weren’t for how great all of these players have played in the last few years.”

Las Vegas likes its Aces.