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Coleman, Indiana Could Be Perfect Fit

By Wheat Hotchkiss The Fever made their first splash in free agency on Friday afternoon, signing veteran forward Marissa Coleman to a multi-year contract. Coleman figures to be an important part of the Fever roster over the next few seasons. At 6-foot-1 with solid handles and a nice stroke from the outside, Coleman has good size and is capable of playing multiple positions. Fever head coach Lin Dunn can uti ...

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Big Douglas News Spells End of An Era

With Monday's big news that Katie Douglas had signed a free agent deal with the Connecticut Sun, it marked the end of an era for the Indiana Fever. On Feb. 19, 2008, Kelly Krauskopf was lauded for pulling off one of the most memorable transactions in franchise history by acquiring the hometown girl away from Connecticut. That date, in fact, is one of the club's #Fever15 top anniversary moments. But alas, ti ...

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Fever Reunion for Buckeyes, Lady Lions and Big Ten

As Day Two of the Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament commences at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday, a cozy storyline has emerged with former Indiana Fever players. Involved in the early quarterfinal game between top-seeded Penn State and No. 8 Ohio State were a pair of coaches on each sideline with Stephanie White calling the game for Big Ten Network. Penn State head coach and Big Ten Coach of the Year ...

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Fever Social Roundup: March 6, 2014

Curated by Lindsay Hain Keep track of what your favorite Fever players have been doing with this compilation of some of their latest interactions on social media outlets Twitter and Instagram. Jeanette Pohlen may be in Indiana but she is craving some of the West Coast's finest food. Aaaaand now I'm craving In-N-Out RT @BuzzFeed: 27 Reasons In-N-Out Is Actually Heaven On Earth http://t.co/RhmjzdLY1K pic. ...

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New Scenery for Fever Stars

Since the start of the new year, a number of players have changed locations. Jasmine Hassell switched teams, moving from Israel to Spain while Erlana Larkins did the same, relocating from China to Italy. Erin Phillips and Layshia Clarendon each ended their winter seasons early to concentrate on rest and rehab prior to the summer WNBA campaign, and Briann January returned to action by reporting to Maranhao i ...

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