In April, Catchings became the Fever’s director of player programs and franchise development.
Indianapolis 500 fun, “Kinky Boots” and music top this week’s list.
Tamika Catchings’ impact on this franchise is still being felt by current members of the team.
The former Indiana Fever star visited the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s training academy Wednesday.
Social media responded in full force after Indiana Fever players took a knee.
Tamika Catchings had 13 points and 10 rebounds in her final game.
Prior to the Indiana Fever’s WNBA playoff opener against the Phoenix Mercury Tuesday night, the entire team knelt as the national anthem was…
During the first quarter, Catchings became the first WNBA player to make 2,000 free throws.
“My ultimate overall goal was to be a professional basketball player,” she said.
“I feel like it went by so fast,” said Catching.
In making the announcement, team officials said Lucas is expected to come back next season.
White, the first rookie coach to lead her team to the WNBA Finals last year, will finish out this season with the Fever.
“You look at the core values of our franchise and they are Tamika Catchings.”
The plaque commemorates the Simon family’s contributions to the City of Indianapolis.