Fever resign Tiffany Mitchell to multi-year deal

The Indiana Fever have re-signed four-year veteran guard, Tiffany Mitchell, to a multi-year contract. Per team policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed. “Tiffany’s impact and contribution as we build our championship caliber team is one of the things we are most excited about,” said general manager and vice president of

Fever to open 2020 Season May 1

A new decade of Indiana Fever basketball will tip off Friday, May 15 under new head coach Marianne Stanley. The Indiana Fever will celebrate their 21st season in their new venue, Butler University’s historic Hinkle Fieldhouse, on Friday, May 15, against the Atlanta Dream. Stanley won’t have to wait long to

Pokey Chatman not returning as Fever Head Coach and GM

The Indiana Fever announced today that Pokey Chatman will not return as head coach and general manager of the Fever. “We want to thank Pokey for her time with our franchise and we wish her the absolute best,” said Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever Vice President of Basketball Operations. “Our organization is

Fever’s Shenise Johnson out for rest of season

Fever guard Shenise Johnson will undergo arthroscopic surgery Wednesday to repair meniscus damage in her left knee and miss the remainder of the 2019 WNBA season. Johnson sustained a torn anterior cruciate ligament in the knee in July 2017 and missed the entire 2018 campaign during rehabilitation. She missed six games

WNBA announces 20-game Twitter live-stream schedule

The WNBA today announced its schedule of 20 live regular-season games to be streamed on Twitter during the 2019 season, marking the third consecutive year that the league’s games will be available on the platform. The games will be available via @WNBA. Twitter’s schedule, which features appearances by all 12 teams,

Fever enter 2019 season with huge draft class

When the Indiana Fever needed size, they chose the biggest player in the draft.        The Indiana Fever selected 6-7 center Teaira McCowan of Mississippi State with the third overall pick in the 2019 WNBA Draft presented by State Farm, and chose North Carolina point guard Paris Kea (25th) and Georgia