Chicago Sky’s Chennedy Carter wouldn’t answer questions about a hard foul that sent Indiana Fever’s Caitlin Clark to the floor during a loss on Saturday.

Carter shoulder-checked Clark as she waited for an inbound pass and was immediately whistled for a foul. 

Carter wouldn’t talk to reporters after the game about what happened. 

“I won’t answer any Caitlin Clark questions,” Carter said. “I don’t know what she said.” “I didn’t say anything.”

Clark told ESPN minutes after the incident that she had discussed the hard foul with the referees and took exception to it.

“That’s not a basketball play,” Clark said. “But you know, that’s what basketball is about at this level. We’ve been physical but missed some shots around the rim. Hopefully, we’ll make them in the fourth.

The Fever beat the Sky 71-70 at Gainbridge Fieldhouse. It was their second win of the season and first at home. 

Clark scored 11 points, had eight rebounds, and made six assists.

Clark told reporters he wasn’t expecting the foul. “It is what it is. It’s a physical game. “Make the free throw and execute on offense.”

Carter scored 19 points, making 8 out of 12 shots.

Clark, the No. 1 pick, has already fought with other players.

Earlier this week, Clark got into it with Victoria Vivians of the Seattle Storm after making a 3-pointer. 

Clark got a technical foul after the incident, her third since joining the Fever.

“I feel like I’m getting hit, I don’t know,” she told reporters Thursday.

The Fever play the Liberty at Barclays Center on Sunday.