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Atlanta Dream shift matchups with Fever to NBA arena, giving more fans opportunity to watch Caitlin Clark

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The Atlanta Dream are scheduled to host Caitlin Clark and the Indiana Fever two times later this season. 

The Dream currently play home games at the smallest arena in the WNBA. The franchise's leadership did not appear confident that the Gateway Center Arena had the capacity to meet the demand that Clark will likely bring when she visits Atlanta in the summer. 

On Thursday, the Dream announced plans to move back to its former home – State Farm Arena – when the team hosts the Fever on June 21 and Aug. 26. The Dream originally shared the arena with the Atlanta Hawks, but began playing at their current home in 2021.

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Indiana Fever guard Caitlin Clark drives on Atlanta Dream guard Allisha Gray in Indianapolis, Thursday, May 9, 2024. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Gateway Center Arena seats an estimated 3.500 fans for Dream games, while State Farm Arena can easily accommodate more than 17,000.

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"Atlanta Dream fans are the best in the WNBA," Dream President and COO Morgan Shaw Parker said in a statement. "Their passion and excitement led us to the most sellouts in the league over the last two years and has created a demand for tickets that far outpaces the supply inside our current arena, which is why we wanted to find a way to give more fans access to experience these two games. We’re thrilled to work with State Farm Arena and the Atlanta Hawks to create a truly special environment."

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