Caitlin Clark celebrates with fellow Iowa Hawkeye Ashton Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis after her first WNBA win over the LA Sparks

The Indiana Fever celebrated their first win of the season on Friday evening – also the first professional win of Caitlin Clark’s career.

Clark turned in a solid all-around performance with 11 points, ten rebounds, eight assists, four steals and a block in the 78-73 win over the Los Angeles Sparks.

All the while, Iowa native Ashton Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis watched on the sidelines with their children.

During the match, Kutcher was seen extending his hand to Clark for a high five after she drained a shot.

After the victory was achieved, the two Iowans hugged to celebrate the victory.

Caitlin Clark met Ashton Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis during the Sparks-Fever game

Clark and Kutcher hugged in celebration after Clark won her first-ever WNBA game

Clark and Kutcher hugged in celebration after Clark won her first-ever WNBA game

Reporters asked Clark about the interaction with the Hollywood A-lister after the game.

β€œYeah, he thinks he knows the ball,” Clark joked. ‘Don’t know. We’ll have to play one against one.

β€œBut no, that’s a fellow Hawkeye, someone who has been very supportive of me throughout my college career and now here.

β€œAnd his kids were adorable. I gave him a little high five there after I made that first one, but he was cheering me on the whole game. So it’s nice to have him on the court. He’s the man.’

Clark continued, answering a question about how she has developed over the course of the first six games of her WNBA career.

β€œI feel like the last couple of games, probably the last three or four, I’ve felt pretty comfortable,” Clark said. β€œI think I just play with a different energy about myself and confidence.

‘[I] Trying to remind myself that it’s not just about scoring. It’s not just about the shots coming in. How am I going to influence the game in other ways? And I thought I did a really good job for this team in that regard tonight.”

Clark will next play a road game against the defending champion Las Vegas Aces before playing the Sparks again at home.