Tamika Catchings will help Indiana try to defend its WNBA title.
The team said Tuesday that Catchings and starting guards Briann January Shavonte Zellous have all signed multi-year contracts to stay with the team. Terms were not released.
Catchings was the league MVP in 2011, the WNBA Finals MVP Award last season and owns three Olympic gold medals. She led the Fever with averages...
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February 05, 2013
Tamika Catchings says she feels good enough to keep playing for WNBA titles.
Eight days after ending the most remarkable run of her sterling career, winning Olympic gold and her first WNBA crown in the same year, Catchings told reporters on a conference call Monday that she's not even pondering retirement.
The Finals MVP is 33. She says she will keep playing as long as her...
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October 29, 2012
Tamika Catchings finally won her long-awaited WNBA championship.
She scored 25 points to help the Indiana Fever win their first title with an 87-78 victory over the Minnesota Lynx on Sunday night.
Catchings, who was the MVP of the Finals, averaged 24.8 points in the series, which the Fever won 3-1 over the defending WNBA champions.
Erin Phillips added 18 points and eight rebounds...
ATLANTA (AP) -- Tamika Catchings had 25 points and 13 rebounds, Brian January scored 24 points and the Indiana Fever beat the Atlanta Dream 103-88 in Game 2 on Sunday to even their Eastern Conference semifinals series.
Erlana Larkins had 16 points, Shavonte Zellous added 15, Tammy Sutton-Brown 11 and Erin Phillips 10 for the Fever, who shot 53 percent from the field. January scored...
Tamika Catchings took the time to chat with Inside Tennessee before she begins preparations with the USA team and leaves for London. She fielded a range of questions from her future to Pat Summitt’s retirement to Candace Parker’s jersey. Go inside to read what the Lady Vol legend had to say.
Tamika Catchings is staying with the Indiana Fever.
The reigning WNBA MVP signed a free agent contract in a deal announced Wednesday. Terms were not disclosed.
She has played 10 seasons in the league, all with the Fever. After missing her first season due to injury, she was named the league's Rookie of the Year in 2002 and has established virtually every season and career record...
Former Lady Vol Tamika Catchings was in town to visit with Coach Pat Summitt and practiced with the team Tuesday at the arena. Go inside with Inside Tennessee to hear from Catchings and for the latest on the Lady Vols.