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Davenport leads Fever to 84-70 win over Sky Jessica Davenport scored 19 points to lead the Indiana Fever to an 84-70 victory over the Chicago Sky on Saturday night. Katie Douglas had 15 points, Briann January added 14 and Tamika Catchings 12 to help
The Chicago Sky, sporting a 7-1 start that is its best in franchise history, is finally on the plus side of the progression from pretender to contender. And although its taken time (seven sometimes very painful years, to be exact), the Sky is
The 3rd annual Celebrity Softball Challenge was held on Thursday, June 7 at Victory Field (home of the Indianapolis Indians) in downtown Indianapolis. A great crowd of fans showed up to help support the game which proceeds go to the Indiana Children'
MVP Tamika Catchings missed part of the third quarter after she was accidentally elbowed in the face by Fever teammate Tammy Sutton-Brown. Catchings left the game with 6:58 left in the third quarter. She went to the locker room
Tamika Catchings scored 16 points to help the Indiana Fever defeat the New York Liberty 91-68 on Saturday night. Roneeka Hodges scored 15 points, Jeanette Pohlen added 12 and Katie Douglas had 11 for Indiana (4-0). The Fever made 13 of 26 3-pointers
Six months without a paycheck would be a problem for most people...The veteran Indiana Fever forward and former Stevenson High School star didnt play overseas this winter, like she usually does...I feel great and a lot more rested, the 32-year-old
Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week for games played May 18-27. For Catchings, a former Stevenson High School and Tennessee standout, the weekly award is the 15th such honor of her career, third most in league history. Catchings led
If she keeps playing at an elite level, Catchings might win a second straight league MVP award, but she insists her goals are much higher. "I want to win a championship," she said. "For me, every single game, every single practice is about trying to
Jessica Davenport scored 12 points for the Fever (2-0), who won for the ninth time in the last 10 meetings against the Sky and improved to 20-5 in the all-time series. Sylvia Fowles scored 16 of her 21 points in the second half to lead the Sky (1-1).
The Bulls early exit from the NBA playoffs doesnt have to be all bad...Sky scouting report Indiana Fever (1-0) at Chicago Sky (1-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Allstate Arena TV: Comcast CN100 Last time: On Saturday, the host Fever defeated Atlanta, 92-84,