Aliyah Boston has taken to the WNBA like a duck to water.

The No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft, Boston is averaging 15.8 points a game through the Fever’s first four games this season and has the Fever playing much more competitively.

On Sunday, she played a key role in the team’s first win in nearly a calendar year, snapping a WNBA record 20-game losing streak.

successor to Tamika Catchings

In Tuesday’s hard-fought 81-78 road loss to Connecticut, Boston scored a career-high 20 points, and in all sorts of fashion. A 3-pointer.

An off-balance rebound-and-putback in one motion. A series of post moves that had defenders chasing shadows.

Boston finished 8-of-12 from the field and added four rebounds and four steals.

Kelsey Mitchell added 19 points and NaLyssa Smith produced 14 points and 15 rebounds.

On the Grace Berger Watch:

The former IU star played six minutes, shot 1-of-3 from the floor and finished with two points and an assist.

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