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Erica Wheeler is making quick work of the WNBA

MINNEAPOLIS, MN—Residents of Indiana who like to watch people go fast can either wait for next year’s Indianapolis 500 or check out Indiana Fever point guard Erica Wheeler. Wheeler, 25, hasn’t played in the WNBA for long, but she’s making a blistering impression in her first season with Indiana. Thrust into the starting point guard role while Briann January recuperates from...
Via Excelle Sports
2 days ago

Sources: Stephanie White to be named Vanderbilt women’s basketball coach

White (in blue) will finish out the season with the Fever. Tamika Catchings won’t be the only key individual leaving the Indiana Fever at the conclusion of their season. Stephanie White has accepted the job to be the next head women’s basketball coach at Vanderbilt University, sources informed VigilantSports.com. A press conference is expected this week. SwishAppeal...
Via Vigilant Sports
10 days ago

Catchings scored 14 points, Fever hold off Dream 94-85

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Tamika Catchings scored 14 points and the Indiana Fever held off the Atlanta Dream 94-85 on Friday night. Indiana was up by 15 after Catchings' free throw with just under 8 minutes to play when Reshanda Gray led an Atlanta comeback. Gray scored the last seven points in a 9-0 run and then had consecutive baskets as the Dream closed to 88-83 with 2:23 remaining...
Via Associated Press
13 days ago  |  Discuss

WNBA star Tamika Catchings interns at NBA offices

NEW YORK (AP) Over the course of her storied career, Tamika Catchings has spent many hours at the NBA and WNBA offices. Whether it was for league meetings, union business or just because she was in town, the Indiana Fever star always felt comfortable there. Last month, Catchings had a different reason to come to New York. The 10-time All-Star spent a few weeks in January as an...
Via Associated Press
February 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Lynx, Fever prep for pivotal Game 3 of WNBA Finals

INDIANAPOLIS -- Tamika Catchings didn't get much sleep after her Indiana Fever lost Game 2 of the WNBA Finals to Minnesota. It wasn't just because of the foul trouble that saddled her all game. It was the lack of execution she and her teammates had down the stretch in Minnesota's 77-71 win. "We weren't focused enough in the final few minutes and that's what cost us," Catchings said...
Via Fox Sports North
October 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Catchings leads Fever past Mystics 78-73 in Game 1

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Tamika Catchings had 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Indiana Fever to a 78-73 win over the Washington Mystics on Thursday night in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. Catchings endured a lengthy scoring drought from midway through the first quarter to midway through the third. However, when the Fever needed her most late in the game, Catchings came...
Via Associated Press
August 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Catchings scores 25 to lead Fever past Sky, 71-67

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Tamika Catchings scored 25 points and Briann January added 14 to help the Indiana Fever beat the Chicago Sky 71-67 Saturday night, securing the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. Indiana (16-17) shot 66.7 percent during the first quarter to take a 32-16 lead after the opening period. It marked the highest first quarter point total for the Fever this...
Via Associated Press
August 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Dream's Schimmel leads East to All-Star Game win

PHOENIX -- Showtime Shoni lived up to her nickname in her first WNBA All-Star Game. And a wild game it was. Schimmel scored an All-Star game record 29 points and had eight assists as the East pulled out a 125-124 victory Saturday over the West in the first WNBA All-Star Game to go into overtime. The Atlanta rookie was named the game's MVP. Tamika Catchings, an All-Star for a record...
Via Fox Sports South
July 19, 2014  |  Discuss

East claims WNBA All-Star Game in OT

PHOENIX -- Shoni Schimmel scored an All-Star game record 29 points and had eight assists as the East pulled out a 125-124 victory Saturday over the West in the first WNBA All-Star Game to go into overtime. Tamika Catchings, an All-Star for a record-tying ninth time, made a layup with six seconds to go to give the East the lead and then knocked the ball away from Skylar Diggins on...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
July 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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