The WNBA Draft hasn't occurred yet but Caitlin Clark is already affecting the ticket prices for the Indiana Fever. The Fever are all but guaranteed to select Clark with the #1 pick in the WNBA Draft, causing a ripple effect around the WNBA.

Last week the Fever unveiled their national TV schedule, featuring 36 out of 40 games broadcasted on major networks like ABC, CBS, NBA TV, ESPN, ESPN2, Amazon, CBS Sports Network, and ION. With Caitlin Clark likely to be the top pick, Indiana will lead the WNBA in national TV appearances, edging out the Las Vegas Aces (35 games) and the New York Liberty (31 games).

According to The Athletic through ticket marketplace Vivid Seats, the average price of Indiana Fever tickets has surged by 190% since last season. The list price on Vivid Seats for Indiana's season opener against the Connecticut Sun rose by 91% since Clark entered the WNBA Draft in late February. Sales for the Indiana Fever on StubHub have increased by over 13 times compared to the same time last year as of Thursday.

“Caitlin Clark is already having a huge impact on the WNBA,” StubHub spokesperson Adam Budelli said in a statement obtained by The Athletic.

The Fever isn't the only team benefiting from Caitlin Clark's entry into the WNBA. Other franchises are capitalizing on the attention she's bringing to The W. The highly anticipated game between the Mercury and the Fever is getting the billing of, “The GOAT vs. The Rook” because of the matchup between Clark and WNBA legend Diana Taurasi. The matchup is even more anticipated because of her comments on Clark's possible transition into the league.

“Reality is coming. We all went through it,” Taurasi said on SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt during a conversation about Clark. “That happens on the NBA side, and you're going to see it on this side. You look superhuman playing against 18-year-olds, but you're going to come with some grown women that have been playing professional basketball for a long time.”

Meanwhile, the defending WNBA Champion Las Vegas Aces move their game against the Fever to the T-Mobile Arena on July 2 to accommodate more fans. The game will be the first time that the Iowa star will match up against A'ja Wilson, Kelsey Plum, and Candace Parker, another highly touted event given the status of the three star Aces players in the history of women's basketball.

Clark and her peers in the draft class begin their journey tonight. The WNBA Draft is scheduled for April 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Brooklyn, New York, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The draft will be broadcast live on ESPN. The Fever's first regular-season game is against the Connecticut Sun on Tuesday, May 14th at 7:30 PM EST, airing on ESPN2.