She prepared with an altitude mask, a FIBA ball and an adjusted 3-point line. Caitlin Clark, a sophomore-to-be at Iowa's Dowling Catholic, earned a spot on Team USA and is continuing to impress in Argentina.
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- 11/19W 64-49
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