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Indiana Fever reaffirm plan to stream team’s games for free during 2020 season

Indiana Fever reaffirm plan to stream team’s games for free during 2020 season

When the WNBA revealed its plan for a shortened season in mid-June, the Indiana Fever announced that the team would offer free streams of its game. The Connecticut Sun also indicated that the team would continue its partnership with regional…

Lin Dunn & Cheryl Reeve form first All-Star game female head coach duo

When the Fever’s Lin Dunn and the Lynx’s Cheryl Reeve met in the WNBA Finals last season, it was the first time two woman coaches squared off for the championship. As per league rules, the coaches of the teams to…

WNBA free agency: A first look

WNBA free agency: A first look

Full list of core players, reserved players, restricted free agents and unrestricted free agents Offseason preparations for the 2012 WNBA season should begin to really warm up now as the leagued released the list of cored players, unrestricted free agents…

2011 Year in Review: Changing the landscape and breaking down barriers

2011 Year in Review: Changing the landscape and breaking down barriers

In compiling a list of people that impacted women's basketball in the year 2011, one word kept coming to my mind to describe them: awareness. In their own way, each person on the list impacted the game, changed the landscape,…

Dishin & Swishin November 24, 2011 Podcast: A Special Thanksgiving Chat with Tamika Catchings

Dishin & Swishin November 24, 2011 Podcast: A Special Thanksgiving Chat with Tamika Catchings

I love Thanksgiving! I make no bones about it and its not just because I enjoy the food (which if you've seen me you know is true) or the family (always nice to see) or the football (hey, a meaningful…

Atlanta Dream defeat the Indiana Fever and reach the WNBA Finals for second year in a row

The Atlanta Dream earned a decisive victory on the road in game three of the Eastern Conference Finals defeating the Indiana Fever, 83-67 in the best-of-three series. The Dream advance to the WNBA Finals for the second year in a…

Atlanta Dream force game three in Eastern Conference finals series against the Indiana Fever

Even without starting center Erika de Souza the Atlanta Dream handily defeated the Indiana Fever 94-77 in game two of the WNBA Eastern Conference finals on Sunday afternoon. Playing on their home court, the Dream went with a smaller lineup,…

Tamika Catchings named the 2011 WNBA Most Valuable Player

From the league: Indiana Fever forward Tamika Catchings has been named the 2011 WNBA Most Valuable Player, the WNBA announced today.  Catchings received 292 points (21 first place votes) from a national panel of 40 sportswriters and broadcasters. Connecticut Sun…

Hoffman saves best for her former team, explodes with season-high effort against Indiana

LOS ANGELES – Ebony Hoffman exploding for a season-best 21 points against her former team Thursday night doesn’t seem so far-fetched. She said it herself afterwards: "It’s always nice to play well against your former team." But Hoffman explains her…

Silver Stars sign Allie Quigley, waive Crystal Kelly

The San Antonio Silver Stars signed third-year guard Allie Quigley and waived forward Crystal Kelly. The Indiana Fever waived Quigley on May 27. More from the team’s release: Quigley originally was selected by the Seattle Storm in the second round…

Another Tulsa signing on the horizon: Shock trade Shavonte Zellous to Fever, Indiana waives Allie Quigley

The Indiana Fever acquired second-year guard Shavonte Zellous from the Tulsa Shock, in exchange for a 2011 second-round draft pick. To accommodate the move on the Fever roster, Indiana waived Allie Quigley. A 5-10 guard from the University of Pittsburgh,…

San Diego photographer Robert Benson’s shoot with Indiana Fever’s Jené Morris

April 19, 2010 — San Diego photographer Robert Benson shoots WNBA basketball player Jené Morris in San Diego.

After Five Games the Phoenix Mercury win the 2009 WNBA Championship

Finals MVP Diana Taurasi For the second time in three seasons, the Phoenix Mercury won the WNBA title. Led by Diana Taurasi, the Mercury beat the Indiana Fever 94-86. Taurasi, the Finals and league MVP scored 26 points. Teammate Cappie…

Winner Take All: Game 5 Coverage Roundup

  Five games, one championship, multiple sell-outs, broken records and high ratings. This year’s WNBA Finals have certainly given fans, old and new, a postseason to remember. The series returns to Arizona as the Phoenix Mercury host the Indiana Fever…

Down to the wire: Game 4 coverage roundup

  Strong start a must for Phoenix Mercury in WNBA Finals Game 4 (ESPN) WNBA Finals, Game 4: What to Watch For (StormTracker) Indiana Fever look to clinch WNBA title WISH TV Mercury-Fever Preview (AP) Carolyn Peck and Rebecca Lobo:…

The Trend Continues: Phoenix Suns Captains Give Out Free Tix For Game 5

Phoenix Suns captains Amar’e Stoudemire, Grant Hill and Steve Nash follow the lead of Larry Bird, Steve Kerr and Alvin Gentry with a WNBA Finals ticket giveaway. The Phoenix Mercury must win Game 4 in Indiana on Wednesday to remain…

WNBA Finals: Game 3 coverage roundup

Penny Taylor #13 and Kelly Mazzante #33 of the Phoenix Mercury watch from the bench in the final moments of Game Two of the 2009 WNBA Finals. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Copyright 2009 Getty Images. All rights reserved. The…

WNBA Finals: Game 2 coverage roundup

Mark Faller’s Blog: Taurasi time (azcentral.com) Rookies make big impacts at Finals by @mechellev (ESPN) Fever: Pace isn’t a problem; mistakes are (Indianapolis Star) Ketia Swanier has risen again with Mercury; on brink of a title (Ledger-Enquirer) WNBA Notebook: Can…

Historic thriller opens the WNBA Finals

In the highest scoring game in WNBA history, the Phoenix Mercury defeated the Indiana Fever 120-116 in game one of the 2009 league finals. The Mercury’s Penny Taylor came off the bench to lead her team with 23 points in…

Just the Facts: WNBA Finals Notes, Probable Starters and Preview Roundup

The Phoenix Mercury is seeking its second WNBA title in three years. The Indiana Fever is in the hunt for its first after having the best season in the franchise’s 10-year history. Both teams won their regular season titles. The…

Former NBA players show support for WNBA with massive ticket purchases

Following the lead of Indiana Pacers President and former NBA star Larry Bird, Phoenix Suns general manager Steve Kerr bought the entire the upper-level of US Airways Center for game one of the 2009 WNBA Finals beginning tomorrow night. The…

The slate is set for the 2009 WNBA Finals: Phoenix vs. Indiana

The slate is set for the 2009 WNBA Finals. The top-seeded Phoenix Mercury hosts the Indiana Fever in game one of a best of five series Tuesday at US Airways. The Fever advanced to the WNBA finals for the first…

Larry Bird’s free tickets to Fever game generates huge community response

Last night the Indiana Fever announced that Indiana Pacers President Larry Bird purchased the entire Conseco Fieldhouse balcony for game three of the Eastern Conference Finals between the team and the Detroit Shock today. And in a dozen hours, all…

Gameday Wednesday: WNBA Conference Finals tip off tonight on ESPN2

The battle for 2009 WNBA conference titles get underway tonight in a doubleheader on ESPN2. In the east, Deanna Nolan and the Detroit Shock host Tamika Catchings and the Indiana Fever at 8 p.m. ET at the Palace of Auburn…

2009 WNBA Conference Finals set after Phoenix defeats San Antonio

After the Phoenix Mercury defeated the San Antonio Silver Stars Monday night, the schedule for the 2009 WNBA Conference Finals was finalized. In a series that lasted the maximum three games, Phoenix led by guard Diana Taurasi defeated San Antonio…