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					                           Indiana Fever (19-13) at San Antonio Silver Stars (20-12)
                                         Game #33, Road Game #17
                                       AT&T Center, August 17, 2007
                                                8:00 p.m. EDT

PROBABLE STARTERS
Position         #   Player                     Ht.     Wt.        Notes
                                                                   In her best game as a member of the Fever, she scored a season-high 29
Forward       30     Anna DeForge               5-10    160        points, including five 3-pt FG, vs. Connecticut, 8/15. She also led Indiana in
                                                                   assists with a season-high five and had five rebounds with a steal.
                                                                   Scoreless in 24 minutes vs. the Sun, 8/15, she had five rebounds, one assist
Forward       32     Ebony Hoffman              6-2     215        and a steal. Including 0-3 against Connecticut, she has shot 4-15 FG in the last
                                                                   four games.
                                                                   Notching her second double-double of the season, she had 19 points and a
Center           8   Tammy Sutton-Brown         6-4     199        game-high 10 rebounds against Connecticut, 8/15. She also had one blocked
                                                                   shot and an assist in 28+ minutes.
                                                                   She hit 1-3 FG and scored two points to go with two assists and a rebound in
Guard         41     Tully Bevilaqua            5-7     145        29 minutes vs. the Sun, 8/15. She had no steals for just the sixth time this
                                                                   season.
                                                                   Scoring in single digits for just the second time in the last nine games, she had
Guard         15     Tan White                  5-7     154        seven on 2-12 FG, 1-3 3-pt FG and 2-2 FT vs. Connecticut, 8/15. She added
                                                                   four assists and three rebounds in 36 minutes vs. the Sun.

INJURY REPORT
Tamika Catchings, partially torn left plantar fascia, day-to-day

RECENT TRANSACTIONS
5/17 Waived Jennifer Humphrey and Jessica Dickson
5/9 Waived Ashley Key and Erin Lawless
5/7 Waived Lyndsey Medders
4/22 Signed free agents Erin Lawless and Jennifer Humphrey
4/13 Acquired Jessica Dickson from Sacramento in exchange for a 2008 third round draft pick
4/13 Waived Linda Fröhlich
4/5 Drafted Alison Bales, Lyndsey Medders and Ashley Key in the 2007 WNBA Draft
3/23 Signed free agent Tammy Sutton-Brown and re-signed Anna DeForge
3/23 Traded La'Tangela Atkinson to Sacramento in exchange for a 2008 second round draft pick
3/6 Acquired Ann Strother from Phoenix in exchange for Olympia Scott

2007 RECORDS
                            Record:          Home:                  Road:              Overtime:
Overall:                     19-13            11-5                   8-8                  0-2
Eastern:                      11-8             6-3                   5-5                  0-1
Western:                       8-5             5-2                   3-3                  0-1
Current Streak:              Lost 2          Lost 1                 Lost 1

RECENT RESULTS & UPCOMING SCHEDULE
July/August
     Sunday    Monday     Tuesday                                  Wednesday            Thursday             Friday               Saturday
 8    W, 86-70         9                10      W, 79-77       11                  12    W, 79-63       13                   14
 CHICAGO                                at Houston                                 NEW YORK
 15                    16               17                     18    W, 75-74      19                   20        L, 80-89   21       L, 65-68
                                                               CHICAGO                                  DETROIT              at Chicago
 22                    23               24     L, 63-71 ot     25                  26       L, 50-60    27        L, 75-89   28
                                        SAN ANTONIO                                at Sacramento        at Seattle
 29      L, 75-80      30               31       W, 66-57      1                   2                    3                    4          L, 59-84
 at Phoenix                             WASHINGTON                                                                           at Connecticut
 5      W, 63-55       6                7    W, 75-70 2ot      8                   9                    10                   11         L, 69-74
 SACRAMENTO                             at Chicago                                                                           at Detroit
 12                    13               14                     15   L, 74-77       16                   17                   18
                                                               CONNECTICUT                              at San Antonio
                                                                                                        8:00 p.m.
 19                    20               21                     22                  23                   24                   25
 DETROIT                                                                           WNBA Playoffs
 6:00 p.m./FSI                                                                     Begin
All times listed in Indianapolis time                        *If Necessary
                                              FEVER GAME NOTES
LAST GAME
Gm #32, FEVER vs. Connecticut, August 15, 2007--Nykesha Sales had a career-high 32 points to lead the Connecticut Sun to a 77-74
victory over Indiana, completing a sweep of the season series with the Fever. Lindsay Whalen added 17 points for the Sun (18-14), who
moved within one game of Indiana (19-13) for the second seed in the Eastern Conference playoff chase. The Sun, playing without All-Star
Asjha Jones (ankle), won their fifth consecutive game at Conseco Fieldhouse. Anna DeForge had a season-high 29 points and Tammy Sutton-
Brown scored 19 for the Fever, who dropped to 3-9 since losing All-Star Tamika Catchings to a left foot injury, 7/20. The Sun opened up what
was a close game with a 16-4 run to open the final period, turning a two-point lead into a 75-61 advantage on Erika de Souza's layup with 4:52
left. Indiana answered with a 13-0 run, closing within a point (75-74) on DeForge's second straight 3-pt FG with 1:10 remaining. Whalen
pushed the lead back to three points on her jumper with 43 seconds remaining, and DeForge's 3-point attempt at the buzzer was partially
blocked by Le'Coe Willingham. Sales had 23 points in the first half, including 11 straight during one stretch, to help Connecticut open a 48-38
lead at the break. The Sun, who shot 58 percent from the field in the first half, led by as many as 13 points in the second quarter. But, the
Fever fought back in the third quarter, taking a 57-56 edge on Sheri Sam's free throw late in the period. Sales answered by giving her team the
lead for good on a 3-pt FG at the buzzer to end the third period.

The Stat Line:
Team                1     2      3      4     OT     OT      Tot      FG%     3FG% FT%          OR    DR     Reb     Ast    PF     Stl   TO    Blk
Connecticut        24     24     11     18                   77       .500     .389 1.000        8    25      33     15     24     11    20     5
FEVER              24     14     19     17                   74       .400     .400  .750        9    24      33     16     15      5    18     3

RECENT GAMES
Gm #31, FEVER at Detroit, August 11, 2007--The Fever built a 41-31 halftime lead behind 17 points off Detroit's nine turnovers in the first
half. Conversely, the Shock did not score a single point on Indiana's seven first half miscues. In the first half, Indiana had nine players score at
least two points with no one scoring more than eight points. In the half, Indiana outrebounded the Shock, 24-18, and outscored Detroit, 8-5,
from the foul line. The third quarter was an entirely different story. In the first four and a half minutes of the period, Detroit outscored the Fever,
16-5 to take a one-point lead, which was its first since leading 11-10 just over four minutes into the game. Behind 16 points from Deanna
Nolan, Detroit's lead was a game-high 15 points with 8:25 left in the contest. That's when the Fever defense caught itself and started forcing
turnovers again. The Shock committed five turnovers in the span of six minutes which aided the Fever in reeling off a 19-5 run. That cut the
Shock lead to just one with 41.2 seconds remaining. Following two foul shots by Nolan to give her team a three-point lead, Ann Strother's shot
was partially blocked and Katie Smith capped the scoring with two more free throws with 10.2 seconds left. Including 14 in the third quarter and
18 in the second half, Nolan led all scorers with 26 points. Katie Smith added 15 for the Shock. All five Indiana starters scored at least eight
points with Tan White scoring a team-high 15 points and Tammy Sutton-Brown adding 13. Anna DeForge led the Fever rebounders for the
second straight game, hauling in seven.

The Stat Line:
Team                1     2      3      4     OT     OT      Tot      FG%     3FG%     FT%      OR    DR     Reb     Ast    PF     Stl   TO    Blk
FEVER              24     17      9     19                   69       .371     .333    .739     11    20      31     13     24      8    14     1
Detroit            18     13     28     15                   74       .403     .364    .640     15    30      45     13     24      0    16     3

Gm #30, FEVER at Chicago, August 7, 2007-- Anna DeForge had 16 points as the Indiana Fever beat the Chicago Sky 75-70 in double
overtime to end a five-game road losing streak. Tamika Whitmore scored 15, Tully Bevilaqua had 13 and Tan White had 11 for Indiana (19-11),
which has won three of four after losing a season-high six in a row. Tammy Sutton-Brown added 10 points and four blocks for the Fever, who
clinched a playoff spot with a 63-55 win over Sacramento on Sunday and hold a two and a half game lead over Connecticut for second place
in the Eastern Conference. For the Sky, Chasity Melvin had a season-high 26 points and 10 rebounds, Dominique Canty added 11 points, and
Stacey Dales and Armintie Price each added 10 for the Sky (12-18), who dropped their fourth straight and fell two games behind fourth place
Washington for the final playoff spot in the East. Chicago leading scorer Candice Dupree had a career-high 20 rebounds but tied a season-low
with four points on 2-14 FG. In the second overtime, the Fever took a 69-66 lead on a jumper from Whitmore and two free throws from Sutton-
Brown. Dupree then hit a layup to make it a one-point game, but three straight Indiana free throws gave the Fever a 72-68 lead with 31.2
seconds left. Melvin hit a jumper to draw the Sky to within two (72-70) but Indiana hit 3-4 FT to close the game. The Fever had chances to win
at the end of regulation and in overtime. Tamika Whitmore had a layup rim out at the buzzer to end the fourth quarter and Tan White missed a
layup at the end of overtime.

The Stat Line:
Team                1     2      3      4     OT     OT      Tot      FG%     3FG%     FT%      OR    DR     Reb     Ast    PF     Stl   TO    Blk
FEVER              18     14     15     12     5     11      75       .338     .364    .833     12    22      34     12     16     12    14     4
Chicago            22     12     19      6     5      6      70       .300     .231    .909     19    28      47     13     21      7    23     0

Gm #29, FEVER vs. Sacramento, August 5, 2007-- Reserve Tamika Whitmore scored 16 points to help the Fever beat the Sacramento
Monarchs 63-55 and clinch a playoff berth. Tan White added 14 points for the Fever, who reached postseason play for the third straight year
by bouncing back from an 84-59 loss to Connecticut on Saturday night. Yolanda Griffith scored 11 points and Chelsea Newton added 10 for
the Monarchs, who missed a chance to clinch a Western Conference playoff berth. Indiana (18-11) allowed its lowest point total of the season
and held Sacramento to 30 percent shooting from the field, also a season-best defensive effort for the Fever. Sacramento (16-11) committed
23 turnovers while Indiana committed 14. The Fever are 3-7 since the All-Star break and 2-6 since losing All-Star forward Tamika Catchings to
a foot injury on July 20. Indiana led 40-23 at halftime and 49-32 in the third quarter before the Monarchs closed the period on a 7-2 run to cut
the lead to 51-39. The Monarchs cut the Fever's lead to 60-55 on a 3-pt FG by Newton with 1:19 left. Sacramento had a chance to trim
Indiana's lead further, but Ticha Penicheiro threw an errant pass over Kara Lawson's head and out of bounds with 34 seconds left. White then
beat the Monarchs down court for a quick layup to give Indiana a 62-55 lead.

The Stat Line:
Team               1     2       3       4      OT     Tot         FG%    3FG%     FT%     OR        DR    Reb     Ast     PF    Stl     TO   Blk
Sacramento        15      8      16      16            55          .300    .231    .909    19        28     47     13      21     7      23    0
FEVER             22     18      11      12            63          .338    .364    .833    12        22     34     12      16    12      14    4
                                            FEVER GAME NOTES
INDIANA VS. SAN ANTONIO– THE GAME
Indiana heads into its final road game of the 2007 regular season looking to stay undefeated on the Silver Stars' home floor. Since the
franchise moved to San Antonio, the Fever has won each of its three games there, including a 62-53 decision in May 2006 (5/23/06). Overall,
the Fever has won six of the last eight games against the Silver Stars, including an overtime loss to San Antonio at Conseco Fieldhouse earlier
this season (7/24). That win by the Silver Stars was their first ever at the Fieldhouse since moving to their new city. Prior to their move to San
Antonio, the Utah Starzz dominated the Fever, winning all of their of their five matchups, including two games at the Fieldhouse.

FEVER & SILVER STARS HISTORY - 2006& 2007
Gm #23, FEVER vs. San Antonio, July 24, 2007--Sophia Young scored 24 points, including four in overtime, to lead the San Antonio Silver
Stars to a 71-63 win over the short-handed Indiana Fever. Becky Hammon added 17 points and Vickie Johnson scored 12 for the Silver Stars
(15-7), who snapped a four-game losing streak against Indiana. Anna DeForge had 15 points and Tammy Sutton-Brown added 12 for the
Fever (16-7), who lost a season-high third straight game. Indiana was playing its second game without All-Star Tamika Catchings, who injured
her left foot against Detroit, 7/20. San Antonio began overtime with baskets by Young and Ruth Riley to open a 65-61 advantage. Following
Tully Bevilaqua's jumper for Indiana, Young shot two free throws and Riley made a jumper to extend the lead to 69-63. The Silver Stars took
their biggest lead of the fourth quarter at 55-49 on Hammon's jumper with 4:35 remaining, but the Fever regained a 61-59 advantage following
Bevilaqua's 3-pt FG with 22 seconds left in regulation. Hammon tied it at 61 with a pair of free throws with 16 seconds left, and Indiana's
Tamika Whitmore missed a jumper at the buzzer to force overtime. The Silver Stars started the third quarter with three straight baskets by
Johnson to cut the Fever's 29-22 halftime lead to one point. Minutes later, San Antonio took a 34-33 edge on Camille Little's jumper. Neither
team lead by more than four points until an 8-2 San Antonio spurt to start the fourth quarter gave the Silver Stars their biggest lead (53-47) of
the game to that point.
The Stat Line:
Team              1     2       3      4      OT      Tot      FG%     3FG%     FT%     OR     DR     Reb    Ast    PF     Stl    TO      Blk
San Antonio      12     10      23     16     10      71       .400     .000    .789    15     26      41    15     16      7     17       3
FEVER            16     13      16     16      2      63       .397     .200    .769     7     21      28    12     21      6     16      10

Gm #30, FEVER vs. San Antonio, August 5, 2006-- The Indiana Fever erased a 16-point second half deficit and finished the game on a 21-4
run before coming away with a 76-70 win Saturday night in Conseco Fieldhouse. It was the Fever’s largest come-from-behind victory this
season. It was a pair of defensive plays that helped seal the win down the stretch for Indiana (19-11). Trailing by three points with 26 seconds
left, San Antonio had possession and a chance to pull within one or tie the game with a 3-pt shot. However, Tully Bevilaqua came up with the
Fever’s 20th steal of the game as Indiana re-gained possession. La’Tangela Atkinson was then fouled on the ensuing trip down the floor.
Atkinson missed the first three throw, and made the second, giving Indiana a 74-70 lead with 10.1 seconds remaining. The Silver Stars had
one final opportunity to make something happen. However, Tamika Catchings stole the ball from San Antonio’s Shanna Zolman. Tamika
Whitmore then added the exclamation point for Indiana with an uncontested break-away lay-up with 1.8 seconds left. The Fever finished the
game with a franchise record 21 steals. Whitmore finished with a game-high 26 points, while shooting 11-23 from the floor. Catchings tallied 18
points and tied a season-high with seven steals, while reserve guard Tan White also had 18 points off the bench for Indiana. Bevilaqua
matched Catchings with a career-high seven steals. Agnieszka Bibrzycka and Shannon Johnson each had 14 points for San Antonio, which
fell to 12-18 this season. Indiana native Shanna Zolman also had 14, including four 3-pt FG, off the bench for the Silver Stars. San Antonio
used a 14-4 run, including nine unanswered, to lead by 11 points midway through the second quarter. Zolman’s 3-pt FG to beat the shot clock
over a pair of Indiana defenders extended the Silver Stars’ lead to 33-22. Indiana closed the gap to three points late in the second, but would
trail 39-34 at halftime. Shannon Johnson scored the first nine points for San Antonio to open the third as the Silver Stars led 48-36. San
Antonio would go on to outscore Indiana 13-2 in the first three minutes of the third quarter and gain its largest lead of the game at 55-39. The
Fever cut San Antonio’s lead down to eight on Tan White’s 3-pt FG from the right corner at the 5:53 mark of the fourth quarter. Indiana then
scored five points in 42 seconds to cut it to three, 66-63, extending Indiana’s run to 11 unanswered points. Following a pair of free throws from
Whitmore, Bevilaqua’s steal and ensuing fast-break lay-up from Atkinson made the score 70-63, Indiana, with 2:37 left in regulation.

The Stat Line:
Team              1     2       3      4      OT      Tot      FG%     3FG%     FT%     OR     DR     Reb    Ast    PF     Stl    TO      Blk
San Antonio      21     18      20     11             70       .491     .474    .900     5     27      32     8     17      7     28       4
FEVER            18     16      15     27             76       .405     .250    .667    10     17      27    16     10     21     12       2

Gm #2, FEVER at San Antonio, May 23, 2006--Following a first period in which both teams struggled to find their offense, the Fever led by
just two points. In the second quarter, however, Indiana turned up the defense and limited the Silver Stars to just five points and jumped out to
a double-digit lead midway through the period. For the half, the Stars shot just 7-29 from the floor and committed 12 turnovers, which the Fever
capitalized on for nine points off turnovers. With the Fever's first 3-pt FG of the game, Tamika Catchings gave Indiana a 12-point lead less than
two minutes into the second half and the margin was at least 10 points for nearly all of the rest of the contest. But, the Silver Stars outscored
Indiana 11-6 over the final 4:32 to cut the final margin to nine. In the game, the Fever forced San Antonio into 21 turnovers, including a team
season-best 12 steals. Of the nine players to see action for the Fever, seven had at least one steal and four different players had multiple
steals led by K.B. Sharp's career-high tying three. On the offensive front, Tamika Catchings registered the first 20-point game for Indiana with
23 points. Tamika Whitmore added 16 points and they were the only Fever players in double figures. On a combined 11-25 from the floor and
2-3 from 3-pt range, the Silver Stars' Sophia Young and Vickie Johnson each had 12 points to lead San Antonio. Young added 10 rebounds for
her first double-double as a pro and the Silver Star outrebounded Indiana, 34-33. Tamika Catchings and Ebony Hoffman each had nine boards
to lead the Fever.

The Stat Line:
Team              1     2       3      4      OT      Tot      FG%     3FG%     FT%     OR     DR     Reb    Ast    PF     St     TO      Blk
FEVER            14     12      18     18             62       .390     .077    .714    10     23      33    12     14     12     14       2
San Antonio      12      5      14     22             53       .344     .400    .875    13     21      34    14     23      7     21       0
                                           FEVER GAME NOTES
2007 SCHEDULE VS. FEVER                                                                      ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (6-6)
    8/17           at San Antonio     8:00 p.m.                                                      Date  Site   W/L      Score
    all times local to Indianapolis                                                               7/29/00  SA     L        71-79

SERIES RECORD                                                                                      7/18/01      IND      L         57-61
Overall                                                      Fever 6, Silver Stars 6                8/4/01      SA       L         54-65
    At Indiana                                               Fever 3, Silver Stars 3
    At Utah                                                  Fever 0, Silver Stars 3               6/18/02      SA       L         71-79
    At San Antonio                                           Fever 3, Silver Stars 0               7/10/02      IND      L         69-82

REGULAR SEASON SERIES HIGHS                                                                        7/23/03      IND      W         81-47
FEVER TEAM
    Most Points                                              81 at Indiana, 7/23/03                 6/1/04      SA       W         79-60
    Fewest Points                                                54 at Utah, 8/4/01                9/10/04      IND      L         65-82
    Largest Victory                                  34 at Indiana (81-57), 7/23/03
SILVER STARS TEAM                                                                                  7/21/05      IND      W         66-53
    Most Points                                              82 at Indiana, 9/10/04                8/11/05      SA       W         57-50
                                                             82 at Indiana, 7/10/02
   Fewest Points                                        50 at San Antonio, 8/11/05                 5/23/06      SA       W         62-53
   Largest Victory                                   17 at Indiana (82-65), 9/10/04                 8/5/06      IND      W         76-70
FEVER INDIVIDUAL
   Points                                     31, Olympia Scott at Indiana, 7/10/02                7/24/07      IND      L         63-71 OT
   Rebounds                                 11, Tamika Catchings at Utah, 6/18/02
                                         11, Jurgita Streimikyte at Indiana, 7/18/01
    Assists                           6, Tamika Catchings at San Antonio, 8/11/05
                                               6, Kelly Miller at San Antonio, 6/1/04
SILVER STARS INDIVIDUAL
    Points                                 29, Adrienne Goodson at Utah, 7/29/00
    Rebounds                                 15, Natalie Williams at Utah, 7/29/00
    Assists                                       10, Jennifer Azzi at Utah, 8/4/01

Fever Facts
Defense Wins Games
In all of 2007, the Fever's impetus for its offense has come from its defense. No games have reflected that as well as the last four games.

Against Connecticut at Conseco Fieldhouse, 8/15, the Fever forced the Sun into 20 miscues, including 14 in the second half. After grabbing a
game-high 14 point lead with just under five minutes remaining, the Sun committed five turnovers and the Fever was able to convert those
turnovers into five points, including Anna DeForge's 3-pt FG that drew Indiana to within a point (75-74) with more than a minute to play. For
the game, the Fever scored 18 points off Connecticut's turnovers, but lost for just the fifth time this season (13-5) in 18 games in which it had
fewer turnovers than the opposition.

With its defense in full gear at Detroit, 8/11, the Fever forced the Shock into nine first-half turnovers, which resulted in 17 points off turnovers
and Indiana leading by 10 points (41-31) at halftime. In that half, the Shock had shot just 12-34 FG (.353) and no Detroit player had scored
more than eight points. However, Detroit stumped Indiana's defense in the third quarter and scored nearly as many points in the period as it
had in all of the first half. In the third quarter, Deanna Nolan scored 14 points herself as the Shock outscored the Fever, 28-9. In the third,
Detroit had one turnover and shot nearly 60 percent from the floor (.588). The Shock scored the first six points of the fourth quarter to take a
game-high 15-point lead, only to have to hold off a Fever flurry that sliced the lead back to one (70-69) in the final minute.

At Chicago, 8/7, the Fever forced the Sky into 19 turnovers which resulted in 15 points off those miscues. Seven of those turnovers came
directly from steals by Fever players, including a game-high tying three from Tully Bevilaqua. Four other players had one steal apiece for
Indiana, including one by Tammy Sutton-Brown that helped send the game into the second overtime. Following a miss by Tamika Whitmore
and a subsequent 20-second time out, Sutton-Brown stepped in and swiped the inbounds pass from Candice DuPree. That play led to a Tan
White layup attempt at the buzzer that nearly ended the game. Each team committed one turnover in the second extra session, but Chicago'
came with less than 38 seconds left and helped the Fever ice the victory.

While Indiana was shooting just 33.8 percent from the floor against the Sacramento Monarchs on Sunday, 8/5, it forced the opposition into 23
turnovers which resulted in 25 points off turnovers for the Fever. That was the Fever's most points off turnovers since scoring a season-best 26
points off turnovers in a win at New York, 6/24. The game vs. Sacramento represented the first time in the last 10 outings that Indiana had
scored 20+ points off turnovers. The Fever had scored 20, or more, points off turnovers eight times in the first 19 games of 2007. The Fever
had 12 steals against the Monarchs, its 15th game of the season with 10+ steals. Indiana has averaged 9.21 spg this season, the third best
average in the WNBA. The Fever's 12 steals are its most since Tamika Catchings went out with a foot injury, 7/20.

The Fever has ranked among the top teams in the WNBA in terms of points allowed and defensive field goal percentage all season and the
game vs. Sacramento just furthered that standing. The Monarchs' 55 points were the fewest by a Fever opponent this season and
Sacramento's 30.0 percent shooting from the floor was also an opponent season-low. Including a run of 12 straight from 6/6 to 7/10, the Fever
has held 19 of its 32 opponents this season to less than 40 percent shooting from the floor. For the season, Indiana leads the league with a
defensive scoring average of 70.28 ppg and its opponents have shot 40.4 percent from the floor, second lowest in the WNBA.
                                    FEVER GAME NOTES
Not Working for the Weekend
Recent history does not bode well for the Fever as it heads into its final road game of the regular season at San Antonio on Friday, 8/17. Of the
Fever's 13 losses this season, eight of them have come on either a Friday or Saturday and the team has a record of 3-8 on those two days
combined. Those are the only days of the week upon which the Fever is below .500. In Friday night games, alone, the Fever is just 1-5 and
has lost its last five since a 74-69 win at Washington in early June (6/8). Two of those five Friday night losses have come on the road, including
a blow out loss (89-75) at Seattle, 7/27.

Fever Flexes Its Muscles in the Paint
After having taken more shots from outside the paint than inside the paint in 13 of its first 14 games, the Fever took more shots in the paint
than from outside the paint in six of the next seven games. However, since the Fever's leading scorer Tamika Catchings went down with an
injury to her left foot, the Fever has returned to its reliance on its outside game and has taken more shots from outside the paint than from
inside in six of the last 12 games.

Against Connecticut, the Fever took just as many shots from outside the paint (35) as inside (35), but was outscored, 40-30, by the Sun in
points in the paint. That was the second time this season that an Indiana opponent has scored a season-high 40 points in the paint and both of
those instances have come in the last three games. In the last four games, the Fever has been outscored, 142-100, in the paint.

In the first 14 games, the Fever outscored the opposition in the paint just six times and notched 30+ points in the paint just four times. In the
last 18 games, the Fever has outscored its counterparts 11 times and tied in points in the paint once. In the last 18 games, the Fever has
outscored the opposition, 488-458.
On the Road Again
The Fever has two games remaining, including one outside the friendly confines of Conseco Fieldhouse. The Fever's last nine road games
have featured the team's first loss ever at Chicago on Saturday, 7/21, and its first wins ever in both Los Angeles, 7/5, and at Houston, 7/10.
Even with losses in six of its last seven road games, the Fever has won eight of its first 16 road games and three of its six road games this
season vs. Western Conference foes. In its last road game of 2007, the Fever looks to remain undefeated on the San Antonio Silver Stars'
home floor and hopes to finish the 2007 road campaign with a winning record for the second year in a row. Prior to 2006, Indiana had never
finished with more road wins than losses.

Following a 78-67 loss at New York, 6/5, the Fever won its next three road games, marking its first three-game winning streak ever in one
season. Including its last two road games of 2006 and its first of 2007, the Fever won three straight road games stretched across two seasons.
Dating back to last season, the Fever has won eight of its last 12 games outside of Conseco Fieldhouse. The Fever finished off the 2006
regular season with an 87-68 win at Connecticut, 8/11. That win gave Indiana its first ever winning road record at 9-8 and the Fever was one of
five teams in the WNBA that had a record of above .500 on the road.

Catchings Nears Another Milestone
When she returns to the lineup from an injury to her left foot, Tamika Catchings will be on pace to become just the fifth player in WNBA history
to collect 1,500 rebounds in less than 190 games and she is on course to become the third youngest player to reach this mark. Catchings' 28th
birthday was Saturday, 7/21, and only Lauren Jackson (26 years, 33 days) and Chamique Holdsclaw (27 years, 292 days) have hit this
milestone before their 29th birthdays. The five fastest, in terms of games played, to 1,500 rebounds and the four players in WNBA history to
grab 1,500 rebounds before their 30th birth days are listed below:


1,500 Rebounds in the Fewest Games                                             1,500 Rebounds Before Age 30
155 Yolanda Griffith                                                           Lauren Jackson, 26 years, 33 days
160 Lisa Leslie                                                                Chamique Holdsclaw, 27 years, 292 days
166 Chamique Holdsclaw                                                         Tina Thompson, 29 years, 123 days
167 Natalie Williams                                                           Lisa Leslie, 29 years, 349 days
192 Lauren Jackson

From the Floor
Through its game against Detroit, 7/20, the Fever had shot less than 40 percent FG five times in 21 games and it was the league leader in field
goal percentage with a mark of 44.3 percent. At that point of the season, Indiana was the only team in the league shooting above 44 percent.
In the last 11 games, however, Indiana has shot a combined 273-726 (.376) and it has shot less than 40 percent FG in eight of those 11
games--including all of the six games prior to Wednesday's game vs. Connecticut.

Against the Sun, the Fever started the game by hitting nearly 58 percent of its 19 shots and the score was tied (24-24) at the end of the first
period. In the first quarter, Anna DeForge and Tammy Sutton-Brown combined to score 20 of the team's 24 points and had shot 9-11 from the
field. The rest of the game, however, was a disaster from the floor. In the remaining three quarters, Indiana shot just 17-51 FG (.333). DeForge
and Sutton-Brown finished the contest a combined 18-31 from the floor. But, their teammates shot just 10-39 FG (.256). Tan White and Tamika
Whitmore combined to shoot 6-24 FG.

At Detroit, 8/11, the Fever was on a roll in the first half, having built a 10-point lead at halftime. In that half, the Fever shot nearly 43 percent
from the floor (15-35, .429) and starters Anna DeForge, Ebony Hoffman, Tammy Sutton-Brown and Tully Bevilaqua were a combined 9-13
from the floor (.692). However, in the third quarter the Fever made just 2-13 FG and was outscored, 28-9, in the period. After falling behind by
a game-high 15 points early in the fourth quarter, Tan White led a Fever rally that saw the deficit reduced to just one point in the final minute. In
the fourth, White and Anna DeForge shot a combined 6-10 from the floor. The rest of the team, however, was 0-4 FG in the final period. For
the game, the Fever shot 23-62 FG (.371) and only Ebony Hoffman (3-3 FG) attempted more than two shots and made at least half of them.


Having shot a combined 173-478 FG (.362) in the last seven games, the Fever has dropped to seventh in the WNBA in field accuracy at 41.9
percent. Leading the league in field goal percentage for nearly the entire season, Tammy Sutton-Brown has shot just 29-77 (.377) in the last
eight games and has fallen to ninth in the WNBA with a mark of 49.1 percent FG for the campaign.
                                   FEVER GAME NOTES
Shooting From the Hip
As a result of its improved marksmanship this season, the Fever has averaged 73.41 ppg, which is on pace to set a franchise record for a
season, but is 12th best in the WNBA and fifth in the Eastern Conference. In the three previous seasons, the Fever hit the 80-point mark just
10 times, seven of which came in 2006. The Fever has already hit that mark eight times in its first 31 games. Prior to this season, the Fever
had never scored 80 or more points in more than eight games in one season (2003). In its first seven seasons, the Fever averaged as many as
70 points a game just once, averaging 71.6 ppg in 2006.

The Fever scored 90+ points for just the fourth time in its history, and the second time in a non-overtime game, in a 90-62 win vs. Seattle, 6/13.
The 28-point win was the largest defeat of the Storm by an Eastern Conference team in Seattle's eight seasons in the WNBA. Indiana's only
other 90-point game in regulation was a 91-70 win over the New York Liberty, 5/30/06.

Evolving, Yet Staying the Same
After being one of the most active teams in terms of overhauling its roster in 2006, the Fever was back at it in the spring of 2007. This
offseason, the Fever has accumulated key pieces to a puzzle that ultimately will make it one of the deepest teams in the league. In January,
the Fever selected former WNBA All-Star Sheri Sam in the dispersal draft of players from the now defunct Charlotte Sting. That transaction re-
unites key members of the Seattle Storm's 2004 run to the WNBA title--Sheri Sam and Tully Bevilaqua.

In March, the Fever added another of Sam's former teammates, signing center Tammy Sutton-Brown, 3/23. Also a former All-Star, Sutton-
Brown played the first six seasons of her WNBA career in Charlotte, where she was one of the league's premier shot-blockers. Earlier in the
month, the Fever acquired a 3-pt shooting threat in Ann Strother from the Phoenix Mercury.
Through its 32 games, the Fever has nine players averaging double-digit minutes and eight players averaging at least 4.3 ppg. In the game vs.
the Chicago Sky, 7/8, the Fever had six players score in double figures for just the second time in its history and the first time since doing so
vs. Cleveland, 8/4/00.

East Meets West
With a win in its last game against a Western Conference opponent--at San Antonio, 8/17--the Fever will match its best record ever against the
West with a 9-5 mark. Indiana was 9-5 against the West in 2006. The Fever improved to 5-2 in home games against the West with its 63-55
win over the Monarchs at Conseco Fieldhouse, 8/5. That win was Indiana's eighth of the season vs. a Western Conference opponent, ensuring
it of a +.500 record against the West for the second straight season. With a win in San Antonio, the Fever will muster is fifth straight road win
against the Silver Stars and remain undefeated on the Stars home floor.

In 2006, the Fever enjoyed its most success ever against the West, winning nine of 14 games. The Fever's win against Seattle, 6/13/07, was
the most lopsided loss (28 points) ever for the Storm vs. an Eastern Conference opponent and it improved Indiana's record this season against
the West to 5-0. However, Indiana's subsequent loss to Phoenix ended a run of consecutive wins vs. Western Conference competition that had
reached a franchise record eight in a row.

A Full Compliment
Looking to snap out of a five-game losing streak, the Fever fielded its fourth different starting line of the season at Phoenix, 7/29, as Tan White
made her first start since 2005 and Ebony Hoffman made her first appearance as a starter since the opening game of the season. That same
lineup has started each of the last six games and got its third win, against the Sky, 8/7.

With Tamika Catchings on the sidelines with an injury to her left foot, the Fever was forced to adjust its starting lineup for the first time in 20
games. In the next four games, Sheri Sam made her first four starts in a Fever uniform, creating Indiana's third different starting combination
this season .With its start against the Detroit Shock, 7/20, the starting five of Catchings, Whitmore, Sutton-Brown, Bevilaqua and DeForge
made its 20th straight start, the second longest streak in team history.

The opening night game vs. Minnesota, 5/19, was the 29th straight appearance for the combination of Catchings, Whitmore, Hoffman,
Bevilaqua and DeForge. The lineup of Monica Maxwell, Alicia Thompson, Kara Wolters, Gordana Grubin and Rita Williams started the final 18
games of the Fever's inaugural season in 2000.

                                                             2007 Starting Lineups
Game #            Forward                     Forward                Center                  Guard                  Guard                   W-L
   1              Catchings                   Whitmore               Hoffman                 Bevilaqua              DeForge                 1-0
 2-21             Catchings                   Whitmore               Sutton-Brown            Bevilaqua              DeForge                 15-5
22-25             Sam                         Whitmore               Sutton-Brown            Bevilaqua              DeForge                  0-4
26-32             DeForge                     Hoffman                Sutton-Brown            Bevilaqua              White                   3-4

Hot Off the Bench
In her seven appearances off the bench as a member of the Fever, Tamika Whitmore has single-handedly outscored the opposing bench three
times. At Chicago, 8/7, Whitmore hit 4-14 FG and 7-8 FT for 15 points, while the Sky bench could muster just nine points, six of which came
from Jia Perkins. Whitmore's 7-8 from the foul line against the Sky tied her most free throws made and attempted this season. However,
Whitmore's up-and-down season continued in the next two games. At Detroit, 8/11, she scored just six points and shot 2-9 from the floor. All
six of her points came in the first half. Against the Sun at Conseco Fieldhouse, 8/15, she scored 10 points to lead all reserves, but she shot just
4-12 from the floor.

Against the Sacramento Monarchs, 8/5, the Fever was led in scoring by a reserve for the second straight game, as Whitmore scored a game-
high 16 points. In her first two appearances off the bench, Whitmore single-handedly outscored the opposing bench with 17 vs. Washington,
7/31, and 11 points at Phoenix, 7/29. The last seven Fever games are her first outings as a reserve in two seasons with the team.
                                   FEVER GAME NOTES
Home Cooking
Indiana's loss to Connecticut, 8/15, was the 132nd regular season home game in Fever history and it was the team's 52nd home loss. The win
vs. Minnesota, 5/19, was the Fever's sixth straight win in home-openers. In 2006, the Fever posted a 12-5 record at home and since going 12-
20 at home in its first two seasons, the Fever has won 66 of 97 home games (.677).

Back-to-Back
Indiana's win against the Monarchs, 8/5, was its third in the second game of a back-to-back this season and it prevented Indiana from losing
both games in a back-to-back in three straight back-to-back sets. Prior to its back-to-back games with Detroit, 7/20, and Chicago, 7/21, the
Fever had lost the back side of just one of its previous six back-to-backs and that was the first time that Indiana had lost both games in a back-
to-back since August 2005.

On the Boards
Against the Sun, 8/15, Tammy Sutton-Brown registered her second double-double of the season, including a game-high 10 rebounds. She
was one of four Fever players with at least five boards. But, all nine of Connecticut's players to see action had at least two rebounds, but none
had more than Ericka de Souza's six. Overall, both teams had 33 rebounds and the Fever's loss was its sixth of the season when either
outrebounding or tying the opposition on the boards. The Fever had one more offensive rebound (9-8) than the opposition and outscored the
Sun, 10-4, in second chance points.

The Fever dominated the boards in the first half at Detroit, 8/11, where the team had 24 to the Shock's 18. In that half, the Fever had four more
offensive rebounds than the Shock, 10-6, and outscored Detroit, 12-1, in second chance points. However, the second half was an entirely
different story. In the final two periods, the Fever had just seven rebounds and one offensive board. Detroit, on the other hand, collected 27
second-half rebounds, including nine offensive boards. The Shock outscored the Fever, 8-2, in second chance points in the half. In the first
half, the Fever had eight different players with at least one rebound, led by Anna DeForge's seven. In the final 20 minutes, only three Fever
players recorded rebounds, as Tamika Whitmore, Tammy Sutton-Brown and Alison Bales accounted for all seven Indiana rebounds. Detroit's
45 rebounds in the game represent the third straight game in which the opposition has accumulated at least 45 boards. The opposition's total
rebounds in the last three games represent the three highest rebounding totals in Fever history.
At Chicago, 8/7, the Fever had eight players with at least three rebounds apiece and the team racked up 44 rebounds--its sixth game of 40+
rebounds in 2007. But, the Sky's Candice DuPree set a franchise record with 20 rebounds and Chasity Melvin added 10 boards to lead
Chicago to a Fever opponent record 48 boards. Of those 48 rebounds, 16 came at the offensive end and Chicago outscored Indiana, 14-4, in
second chance points. DuPree (6), Melvin (4) and Armintie Price (3) accounted for 13 of those 16 offensive rebounds. That was the second
time in two games that the opposition had established a Fever opponent record for rebounds. The win at Chicago was the Fever's eighth of the
season (8-6) in a game in which it had been outrebounded.

While Indiana is sixth in the league with an average of 34.13 rpg, it has held its foes to just 34.09 ppg, which is the seventh lowest average in
the WNBA and the second lowest in the Eastern Conference.

Charity Stripe
Outscoring its opponent at the foul line for the fifth time in the last 12 games, and for the fourth game in a row, the Fever shot 12-16 FT to the
Sun's 2-2 at Conseco Fieldhouse, 8/15. Connecticut's two attempts from the foul line were the fewest ever by a Fever opponent and its two
free throws made tied the fewest ever by an Indiana opponent. However, Indiana's loss to the Sun was just its second (16-2) of the season
when outscoring the opposition from the foul line.

Gunning for its fourth title as the WNBA's top free-throw shooting team in the last seven seasons, the Fever shot free throws at a record-setting
pace through its first 13 games in 2007. Including a perfect 18-18 by Anna DeForge, Indiana shot 228-272 (.838) FT and outscored its
opponents by 63 points at the foul line in 13 games. However, in the last 19 games, Indiana has shot a combined 229-313 FT (.732). With a
mark of 78.1 percent for the season, the Fever is seventh in the league (second in the Eastern Conference) in free throw accuracy.

Spread it Around
In addition to leading the team with a season-best 29 points, Anna DeForge also topped the Fever in assists against Connecticut on
Wednesday, 8/15, with a season-high five. That was the fourth time this season that DeForge has topped the Fever in assists and it was the
third time in the last 10 games.

Leading the Fever in assists for the third time this season and the second game in a row, Tan White handed out a team-best four assists at
Detroit, 8/11. White was one of three Indiana players to have three or more assists against the Shock. But, she, Tully Bevilaqua and Tammy
Sutton-Brown were the only Fever players to have more than one assist and the team totaled 13 assists on its 23 field goals at Detroit. Sutton-
Brown's three represented her most assists since handing out a career-high five vs. Connecticut, 6/29. She has had three or more assists
three times in 2007.

For the season, Indiana has averaged 14.97 apg, which is the third lowest average in the WNBA. Conversely, the Fever opponents have
averaged just 14.13 apg, the lowest mark in the league. Indiana is one of only two teams in the WNBA that has held its opposition to less than
15 apg this season.

I Got It and You Can't Have It
Among those that qualify for the league leaders in steals-to-turnover ratio, there are four players in the WNBA that have more steals than
turnovers and those players include Tully Bevilaqua, who is third in the league with a steals-to-turnover ratio of 1.08:1, and Tamika Catchings
who is fourth with a ratio of 1.02:1. In the last seven games, Bevilaqua has had 15 steals and just 10 turnovers. Having had six steals and 15
turnovers in the last nine games, Sheri Sam has fallen from sixth to 19th with a ratio of 0.76:1 for the season.
                                   FEVER GAME NOTES
A Band of Thieves
Her three steals vs. Detroit, 7/20, gave Tamika Catchings a career total of 483 steals, which is fifth best in league history. After not having a
single theft in the opener vs. Minnesota, 5/19, Catchings had at least two steals in each of the next 11 contests--until recording just one in the
game at New York, 6/24. Against the Comets, 6/6, Catchings tied WNBA records for steals in a quarter with five and in a half with seven. Her
seven in that game and the game vs. Chicago are the most by any player in the league this season.

At Phoenix, 7/29, Tully Bevilaqua moved ahead of Vicky Bullett into 12th on the all-time career steals list and with her two at Detroit, 8/11, she
now has 368 thefts in her career. Bevilaqua's theft against the Sun, 8/4, was the Fever's only steal of the game. In what could be considered
the biggest play of the game vs. Chicago, 7/18, Bevilaqua's only theft against the Sky came with less than a second left on the clock, enabling
the Fever to hang onto a one-point lead.

Coming off the bench at Chicago, 8/7, Sheri Sam collected one of Indiana's seven steals vs. the Sky. That gave her a total of 419 thefts in her
WNBA career, eighth on the WNBA's all-time career steals list. The list of the WNBA's all-time top 20 in career steals is below (thru Sunday,
August 12):

WNBA All-Time Career Steals Leaders:
 1. Sheryl Swoopes                                             589
 2. Ticha Penicheiro                                           580
 3. Yolanda Griffith                                           485
 3. Nykesha Sales                                              485
 5. Tamika Catchings                                           483
 6. Teresa Weatherspoon                                        465
 7. Lisa Leslie                                                427
 8. Sheri Sam                                                  419
 9. Shannon Johnson                                            410
10. DeLisha Milton-Jones                                       402
11. Taj McWilliams-Franklin                                    382
12. Tully Bevilaqua                                            368
13. Mwadi Mabika                                               360
14. Vicky Bullett                                              353
15. Janeth Arcain                                              347
16. Tangela Smith                                              344
17. Andrea Stinson                                             342
18. Katie Douglas                                              338
18. Dawn Staley                                                338
20. Vickie Johnson                                             317

Re-Jected!
Historically, the Fever has not been one of the WNBA's stronger shot-blocking teams, despite the efforts of Tamika Catchings, who is among
the all-time leaders with her 190 blocked shots in five seasons. However, during the offseason, the Fever added another of the league's all-
time leaders in blocked shots, Tammy Sutton-Brown, and one of the NCAA's all-time leaders in rejections, Alison Bales.

Bales' 434 blocked shots in her four seasons at Duke represent the second highest total in college basketball history. In her first three WNBA
appearances, Bales officially blocked eight shots, though her three blocks in Chicago are a matter for some discussion. Some observers claim
she could have been credited for as many as seven blocks in that game. Her eight shots in all of the preseason were the second most of any
player in the league. With 331 blocked shots in her seven WNBA seasons, Sutton-Brown ranks sixth on the league's all-time shot-blocking list.
After blocking an average of 7.33 shots per game in the previous three outings, the Fever has blocked a total of 26 shots in the last eight
games, including its three vs. Connecticut, 8/15. Only four times in the last eight games has a Fever player had more than one blocked shot,
including Tammy Sutton-Brown's four against the Sky, 8/7.

In 2007, Sutton-Brown is fifth in the league (1.34 bpg) in blocked shots. As a team, Indiana is fifth in the league with an average of 3.78 bpg.
Including six by the Sun, 8/15, the Fever's opponents have averaged just 3.28 bpg and that is the third lowest average in the WNBA.
                                     FEVER GAME NOTES
Coaching Ladder
With a record of 76-57 in his three-plus seasons with the Fever, Head Coach Brian Winters has moved into 10th place on the WNBA's All-time
career wins list and his 133 games as a head coach in the league is eighth most all-time. With a mark of 57.4 percent, Winters is now eighth in
career winning percentage.
                                           ALL-TIME COACHING LEADERS (Through August 15, 2007)

BY VICTORIES                                     BY GAMES                            BY WINNING PERCENTAGE      (MIN: 75   GAMES)
COACH                       W   - L        PCT   COACH                          G    COACH                       PCT   W   - L
Van Chancellor            211   - 111     .655   Van Chancellor               322    Michael Cooper             .709 129   - 53
Anne Donovan              137   - 127     .519   Anne Donovan                 264    Van Chancellor             .655 211   - 111
Richie Adubato            134   - 116     .536   Richie Adubato               250    John Whisenant             .644 76    - 42
Michael Cooper            129   -   53    .709   Dan Hughes                   247    Mike Thibault              .629 105   - 62
Dan Hughes                114   - 133     .462   Bill Laimbeer                189    Sonny Allen                .605 46    - 30
Bill Laimbeer             113   -   76    .598   Michael Cooper               182    Bill Laimbeer              .598 113   - 76
Mike Thibault             105   -   62    .629   Mike Thibault                167    Brian Winters              .567 76    - 58
John Whisenant             76   -   42    .644   Brian Winters                134    Cheryl Miller              .574 70    - 52
Brian Winters              76   -   58    .567   Suzie McConnell Serio        125    Richie Adubato             .536 134   - 116
Cheryl Miller              70   -   52    .574   Cheryl Miller                122    Anne Donovan               .519 137   - 127
Suzie McConnell Serio      58   -   67    .464   John Whisenant               118    Nancy Darsch               .509 56    - 54
Nancy Darsch               56   -   54    .509   Brian Agler                  115    Ron Rothstein              .500 48    - 48
Pat Coyle                  52       64    .448   Pat Coyle                    116    Nancy Lieberman-Cline      .489 46    - 48
Ron Rothstein              48   - 48      .500   Nancy Darsch                 110    Linda Hill-MacDonald       .467 42    - 48
Brian Agler                48   - 67      .417   Nell Fortner                  98    Dan Hughes                 .462 114   - 133

GMs Make Predictions
The Detroit Shock and Indiana Fever were chosen as the leading contenders to win the 2007 WNBA Finals and Phoenix Mercury guard Diana
Taurasi was selected to win her first MVP, according to respondents of the Fifth Annual GM Survey conducted by WNBA.com.

The exclusive GM survey coincided with the launch of a new WNBA.com in time for the 2007 WNBA season. The new site provides fans with
access to more than 100 live video webcasts of WNBA games, the WNBA Fan Voice section with interactive forums, and an expanded
WNBA.com Fantasy Resource Center featuring the WNBA Pick One Challenge fantasy game.

Providing fans with an inside look into the minds of WNBA decision-makers on the 2007 WNBA season, the Shock and Fever each received
27 percent of the GMs votes to win the WNBA Finals. Two-time WNBA All-Star Taurasi, received 45 percent of the GMs votes to win the MVP
award this season as the Fever’s Tamika Catchings (27 percent) finished second and the Seattle Storm’s Lauren Jackson (18 percent) finished
third in the voting. Taurasi was also selected by GMs (36 percent) as the player they want taking a shot with the game on the line.

With 45 percent of votes in their respective conferences, GMs believe the Shock will win the Eastern Conference and Sacramento Monarchs
will win the Western Conference this year.

The WNBA.com GM Survey revealed that despite not playing this upcoming season, 45 percent of GM’s feel the Los Angeles Sparks’ Lisa
Leslie is the best center in the WNBA and 55 percent believe the Mercury’s Taurasi is the best shooting guard. The Storm’s Sue Bird (45
percent) was selected as the best point guard, the Fever’s Catchings (45 percent) as the best small forward and the Storm’s Jackson (45
percent) as the best power forward. GMs also picked Jackson as the best international WNBA player (73 percent).

2007 Game Leaders
                                    Scoring        10+    10+    Double-       Team Leaders
                            10+       20+ 30+     Rebs    Asts   Doubles    Pts   Rebs    Asts
Bales, Alison
Bevilaqua, Tully              3                                                         1       8
Catchings, Tamika            18       7               8    1        7        11        15      14
DeForge, Anna                12       1                                       4         3       4
Hoffman, Ebony                5                                                         3       1
Sam, Sheri                    3                                                         2       3
Sharp, K.B.                   2                                              1                  2
Strother, Ann                 1
Sutton-Brown, Tammy          24       2               2            21        4         8        1
Terry Kasha
White, Tan                   17       4                                      10        2        3
Whitmore, Tamika             17       2               1             1        5         2        3

2007 Starting Lineups
        C                 F                   F               G                G            W-L       Pct.
    Hoffman           Catchings            Whitmore        Bevilaqua         DeForge         1-0     1.000
  Sutton-Brown        Catchings            Whitmore        Bevilaqua         DeForge        15-5     .750
  Sutton-Brown          Sam                Whitmore        Bevilaqua         DeForge         0-4      .000
  Sutton-Brown        DeForge              Hoffman         Bevilaqua          White          3-4      .429
                                    FEVER GAME NOTES
2007 Fever vs. Opponents Miscellaneous Stats
DATE        OPPONENT          W/L         Pts in Paint   2nd Chance Pts     Fast Break Pts     Bench Pts    Pts off Turnovers
May 19      Minnesota         W              28-36             8-18              12- 6           38-10            19-14
May 24      Los Angeles       W              26-34            17-16             11-12            27-17            23-11
May 29      @ Minnesota       W              38-28            14-15              13- 8           27-24            20-12
June 3      Washington        W              20-28             9- 4               9-21           34-16            13-22
June 5      @ New York         L             34-32             9- 4               6- 6           11-17            16-23
June 6      Houston           W              24-30             9-14              13- 5           35-27            22-14
June 8      @ Washington      W              20-24             6-12               2- 4           14-11              9-15
June 10     New York          W              28-10            14- 5               2- 7           13-15            13-23
June 13     Seattle           W              48-32            27-11              14-14           47-11            24-19
June 15     Phoenix            L             34-30            18-15               2-26           17-16              6-19
June 16     @ Detroit         W              20-32            12-18               8- 8           22-33            21-17
June 22     Connecticut        L             24-36            17-16              11-10           23- 2            17-17
June 24     @ New York        W              20-26             9-11               6- 6           14-27            26-17
June 29     @ Connecticut      L             24-30            12-12               6-12           17-12            17-24
July 1      @ Washington      W              36-30            12-11               7- 6           26-10            24-15
July 5      @ Los Angeles     W              34-18            13-11             10- 6            17-13            12-23
July 8      Chicago           W              30-16             9- 6              21-12           31-37            16-22
July 10     @Houston          W              34-30            10-18              10- 4           14-27            17-16
July 12     New York          W              32-14            13- 4              14-12           38-17            21-20
July 18     Chicago           W              30-30            10-15             13- 2            19-31            18-20
July 20     Detroit            L             32-22             6-10              15- 2           33-15            17-17
July 21     @ Chicago          L             26-38             7-16               4- 5           18-22              8-15
July 24     San Antonio        L             34-32             4-18               7- 4           18-12            12-20
July 26     @ Sacramento       L             26-18            11- 2               7- 4           21-22              2-16
July 27     @ Seattle          L             36-32            10-17              12-12           42-22            18-28
July 29     @ Phoenix          L             22-20            15-15               4- 6           19- 8            17-12
July 31     Washington        W              20-32             4-18               6- 7           18-10            15-18
August 4    @ Connecticut      L             26-24             5- 4               2- 8           32-26            11-12
August 5    Sacramento        W              26-30            11-14               7- 6           34-20            25- 9
August 7    @ Chicago         W              30-40             4-14               4- 7           23- 9            15-14
August 11   @Detroit           L             14-32            14- 9               7-12           16-18            23-10
August 15   Connecticut        L             30-40            10- 4             20-17            17-16            18-16

Fever 2007 Record When...
Leading at end of first quarter                   14-7                    Fewer turnovers than opponent                   13-5
Trailing at end of first quarter                   3-5                    More turnovers than opponent                    6-7
Tied at end of first quarter                       2-1                    Tying opponent in turnovers                     0-1
Leading at halftime                               16-7                    On national television                          3-1
Trailing at halftime                               3-6                    On regional Indianapolis television              5-3
Tied at halftime                                   0-0                    Playing back-to-back games (2nd game)           3-3
Leading after three quarters                      16-2                    Traveling the day of a game                     3-0
Trailing after three quarters                     3-10                    In May                                           3-0
Tied after three quarters                         0-1                     In June                                         7-4
Record in overtime                                 1-1                    In July                                         7-6
Shooting 50% or better from the field              3-0                    In August                                        2-3
Shooting less than 50% from the field            16-13                    On Sunday                                        6-1
Hitting more free throws than opponent           16-2                     On Monday                                       0-0
Hitting fewer free throws than opponent           2-11                    On Tuesday                                      4-2
Tying opponent in free throws made                 1-0                    On Wednesday                                     3-1
Outrebounding opponent                            11-4                    On Thursday                                     3-1
Outrebounded by opponent                          8-7                     On Friday                                        1-5
Tying opponent on the boards                       0-2                    On Saturday                                     2-3
                                    FEVER GAME NOTES
2007 Fever and Opponent Game-by-Game Stats
DATE OPPONENT FG            FGA   PCT    3P 3PA PCT    FT   FTA PCT OR DR     TOT AST PF ST TO BS   1ST   2ND 3RD   4TH OT OT FINAL
May 19 Minnesota       25    65   .385    0  5  .000   14    20 .700 15 20     35   7 19 4 15 1      17     9 20     18        64
        at Indiana     31    63   .492    7 12 .583    14    14 1.000 9 19     28  19 25 4 13 4      24    12 28     19        83
May 24 Los Angeles 27        59   .458    2  8  .250   14    16 .875 9 20      29  14 25 6 20 3      19    14 19     18        70
        at Indiana     31    66   .470    4 15 .267    17    24 .708 13 21     34  14 19 7 11 2      19    23 18     23        83
May 29 Indiana         33    64   .516    6 14 .429    17    21 .810 10 23     33  19 21 7 12 5      26    14 23     26        89
        at Minnesota 26      65   .400    8 18 .444    15    23 .652 14 18     32  19 19 4 15 2      15    22 15     23        75
June 3 Washington 25         61   .410    4 15 .267    12    16 .750 5 15      20  11 34 13 23 1     13    16 17     20        66
        at Indiana     18    48   .375    3 15 .200    31    36 .861 7 24      31  11 19 9 29 4      12    24 18     16        70
June 5 Indiana         26    62   .419    3 15 .200    12    13 .923 11 19     30  17 19 9 17 2      14    12 27     14        67
        at New York 32       52   .615    6  9  .667    8    15 .533 1 23      24  16 14 8 16 3       9    28 18     23        78
June 6 Houston         24    62   .387    4 14 .286     7    13 .538 8 19      27   7 24 7 25 3       8    19 18     14        59
        at Indiana     26    56   .464    5 14 .357    27    32 .844 8 23      31  18 15 14 18 4     25    19 19     21        84
June 8 Indiana         25    58   .431    7 17 .412    17    18 .944 6 28      34  13 18 5 12 6      20    17 16     21        74
        at Washington 24     67   .358    6 17 .353    15    20 .750 11 20     31  11 17 5 10 1       8    17 19     25        69
June 10 New York       24    64   .375    8 21 .381     5     9  .556 7 16     23  10 18 17 18 1      7    13 24     17        61
        at Indiana     32    63   .508    5 17 .294    11    12 .917 11 31     42  18 8   9 24 4     23    15 21     21        80
June 13 Seattle        25    64   .391    2 19 .105    10    11 .909 10 14     24  10 19 13 19 3     26     4 13     19        62
        at Indiana     35    68   .515    5 18 .278    15    18 .833 15 26     41  17 11 13 18 3     21    29 19     21        90
June 15 Phoenix        29    74   .392    6 21 .286    25    29 .862 10 27     37  22 17 7   6  3    21    18 23     27        89
        at Indiana     31    78   .397    6 24 .250    10    13 .769 16 30     46  14 25 4 14 4      29    12 17     20        78
June 16 Indiana        22    58   .379    7 20 .350    26    33 .788 13 24     37  11 22 11 18 2     23    14 21     19        77
        at Detroit     24    65   .369    5 17 .294    14    20 .700 13 23     36  13 24 6 17 4      13    15 19     20        67
June 22 Connecticut 29       74   .392    5 14 .357    15    17 .882 12 24     36  17 18 11 16 3     13    15 19     31        78
        at Indiana     26    69   .377    8 19 .421    14    16 .875 11 24     35  19 18 7 20 4      17    12 24     21        74
June 24 Indiana        24    51   .471    9 19 .474    17    22 .773 5 18      23  13 16 13 17 4     22    16 17     19        74
        at New York 23       58   .397    6 19 .316    11    18 .611 11 24     35  14 19 10 23 2      8    14 18     23        63
June 29 Indiana        26    63   .413    8 18 .444     7    11 .636 13 27     40  20 23 10 21 0     17    14 14     22        67
        at Connecticut 24    66   .364    3 17 .176    21    23 .913 12 23     35  16 13 6 14 1       8    19 22     23        72
July 1 Indiana         28    68   .412    5 14 .357     8    13 .615 12 21     33  11 21 16 20 1     24    17 12     16        69
        at Washington 23     60   .383    3 19 .158    13    17 .765 12 26     38  15 22 10 26 4     15    14 15     18        62
July 5 Indiana         22    64   .344    2 16 .125    11    16 .688 8 27      35  17 16 11 15 7     13    14 19     11        57
        at Los Angeles 20    65   .308    6 18 .333    10    13 .769 9 25      34  15 19 8 17 2      13    10 24      9        56
July 8 Chicago         23    65   .354    8 22 .364    16    19 .842 11 26     37  15 19 6 16 4      17     9 23     21        70
        at Indiana     33    68   .485    7 16 .438    13    18 .722 8 27      35  23 20 12 15 6     29    21 20     16        86
July 10 Indiana        28    61   .459    6 10 .600    17    19 .895 7 23      30  15 17 7 16 3      23    15 23     18        79
        at Houston     29    71   .408    4  9  .444   15    17 .882 16 20     36  18 22 10 13 7     22    23 22     10        77
July 12 New York       23    61   .377    8 19 .421     9    15 .600 8 22      30  12 17 11 25 7     13    15 16     19        63
        at Indiana     28    66   .424    9 21 .429    14    21 .667 10 30     40  17 12 14 21 7     23    22 18     16        79
July 18 Chicago        29    63   .460    7 14 .500     9    15 .600 12 17     29  15 21 8 17 3      19    20 16     19        74
        at Indiana     28    59   .475    7 14 .500    12    21 .571 14 22     36  16 16 11 19 1     20    18 19     18        75
July 20 Detroit        31    59   .525    6 12 .500    21    24 .875 10 25     35  13 18 3 19 0      25    22 18     24        89
        at Indiana     31    66   .470    7 21 .333    11    16 .688 7 17      24  16 23 11 15 0     21    22 16     21        80
July 21 Indiana        26    60   .433    5 15 .333     8    11 .727 5 24      29  17 20 10 18 4     12    24 18     11        65
        at Chicago     27    65   .415    3  7  .429   11    24 .458 14 21     35  13 11 8 15 0      18    14 16     20        68
July 24 San Antonio 28       70   .400    0  7  .000   15    19 .789 15 26     41  15 16 7 17 3      12    10 23     16 10     71
        at Indiana     25    63   .397    3 15 .200    10    13 .769 7 21      28  12 21 6 16 10     16    13 16     16 2      63
July 26 Indiana        20    60   .333    3 15 .200     7     9  .778 11 26    37  12 25 7 25 8       9    13 12     16        50
        at Sacramento 19     60   .317    3 10 .300    19    23 .826 8 23      31  11 17 10 16 3     15    17 13     15        60
July 27 Indiana        29    65   .446    2 10 .200    15    20 .750 10 21     31  10 21 11 24 3     16    11 21     27        75
        at Seattle     31    62   .500    6 14 .429    21    24 .875 8 23      31  19 18 9 21 9      26    24 28     11        89
July 29 Indiana        25    77   .325   10 32 .313    15    18 .833 12 27     39  11 22 9 13 4      16    11 21     27        75
        at Phoenix     25    65   .385    9 20 .450    21    25 .840 10 34     44  14 18 7 18 3      16    16 23     25        80
July 31 Washington 22        60   .367    1  8  .125   12    22 .545 13 25     38   5 22 8 19 6      15     9 12     21        57
        at Indiana     22    59   .373    6 13 .462    16    23 .696 9 25      34  11 22 8 16 4      24     6 20     16        66
Aug. 4 Indiana         25    70   .357    1 12 .083     8    10 .800 12 21     33  13 20 1 11 3      15     9 20     15        59
        at Connecticut 32    64   .500    9 15 .600    11    17 .647 9 28      37  22 16 4 11 9      25    24 18     17        84
Aug. 5 Sacramento 21         70   .300    3 13 .231    10    11 .909 19 28     47  13 21 7 23 0      15     8 16     16        55
        at Indiana     22    65   .373    4 11 .364    15    18 .833 12 22     34  12 16 12 14 4     22    18 11     12        63
Aug. 7 Indiana         28    75   .373    6 14 .429    13    17 .765 11 33     44  14 14 7 17 4      18    14 15     12 5 11   75
        at Chicago     32    82   .390    2 12 .167     4     8  .500 16 32    48  22 19 12 91 6     22    12 19      6  5 6   70
Aug. 11 Indiana        23    62   .371    6 18 .333    17    23 .739 11 20     31  13 24 8 14 1      24    17 9      19        69
        at Detroit     27    67   .403    4 11 .364    16    25 .640 15 30     45  13 24 0 16 3      18    13 28     15        74
Aug. 15 Connecticut 34       68   .500    7 18 .389     2     2 1.000 8 25     33  15 24 11 20 5     24    24 11     18        77
        at Indiana     28    70   .400    6 15 .400    12    16 .750 9 24      33  16 15 5 18 3      24    14 19     17        74
                                           FEVER GAME NOTES
Head Coach Brian Winters
                      Brian Winters is in his fourth season in Indianapolis and has guided the Fever to a 57-45 (.559) mark through three seasons, and
                 matched the franchise record for wins in each of the last two. The Fever fell to WNBA runner-up Connecticut in the 2005 Eastern
                 Conference Finals, and a year later made a first-round exit at the hands of eventual WNBA Champion Detroit.
                      Winters came to a new city and a new franchise for the 2004 season. The third head coach in Fever history – and already its
                 winningest – Winters assumed his first coaching position in the WNBA after compiling 23 years of NBA experience as a player, assistant
                 coach or head coach. Winters was a former head coach of the Vancouver Grizzlies and the Golden State Warriors.
                      The Fever finished 15-19 in his first WNBA season, twice rising to first place in the WNBA’s Eastern Division before inconsistency
                 and injury kept Indiana from a playoff bid during a virtual six-way tie in the final week of the season. His second season, however, was
                 marked with a greater sense of confidence and familiarity as he and his staff engineered an aggressive, defensive-minded squad to the
                                                                          most wins in franchise history. A candidate for WNBA Coach of the Year, Winters
                                                                          and the Fever won its first playoff series with a 2-0 victory over the New York
WNBA COACHING HISTORY WITH INDIANA
                                                                          Liberty, to advance to the Eastern Finals against the Connecticut Sun.
Year   W-L Pct. Playoffs Pct. Finish
2004  15-19 .441     ---     --- Sixth, East                                     One year later, in 2006, he and his staff duplicated the 21-13 season record,
2005  21-13 .618    2-2     .500 Second, East (Conference Finals)         while managing the stingiest defense in the WNBA, allowing just 68.1 points per
2006  21-13 .618    0-2     .000 Third, East (First Round)                game. The Fever qualified for a second straight playoff berth with more than two
2007  19-13 .594                                                          weeks still left in the regular season, but bowed to the eventual champion in the
Total 76-58 .567    2-4     .333                                          first-round of the playoffs.
                                                                                 To his credit, Winters and his staff join the Connecticut Sun in boasting the
WNBA’s only coaching staffs to remain intact since the start of the 2004 season.
       Winters began his coaching career as a college assistant at Princeton under legendary Pete Carril before leaving for nine pro seasons in
Cleveland (1986-93) and Atlanta (1993-95) as an assistant to Lenny Wilkens, the winningest coach in NBA history.
       The Queens, N.Y., native began his own head coaching resume in 1995, when he was chosen to guide the NBA’s expansion Vancouver
Grizzlies. He was an assistant with the Denver Nuggets for one season before landing at Golden
State as an assistant coach midway through the 1999-00 campaign, under Garry St. Jean. Two THE WINTERS FILE
years later, he was named the Warriors’ head coach in December 2001.                                     COLLEGIATE COACHING HISTORY
       As a player, Winters was a college All-American at South Carolina under Frank McGuire and YEAR                       TEAM                                 POSITION
associate head coach Donnie Walsh, now the CEO/President of Pacers Sports & Entertainment. A 1984-85........ Princeton ..............................Assistant Coach
                                                                                                         1985-86........ Princeton ..............................Assistant Coach
first-round draft pick of the Los Angeles Lakers in 1974, he began his pro playing career under NBA & WNBA COACHING HISTORY
coach Bill Sharman before playing eight years with the Bucks under Larry Costello and Don YEAR                              TEAM                                 POSITION
Nelson.                                                                                                  1986-87........ Cleveland Cavaliers..............Assistant Coach
       Mentors Carril, McGuire, Sharman and Wilkens all are members of the Naismith Basketball 1987-88........ Cleveland Cavaliers..............Assistant Coach
                                                                                                         1988-89........ Cleveland Cavaliers..............Assistant Coach
Hall of Fame. They helped mold Winters into one of the greatest sharpshooters of his era.                1989-90........ Cleveland Cavaliers..............Assistant Coach
       In fact, one of the game’s greatest legends, Michael Jordan, listed Winters among the 1990-91........ Cleveland Cavaliers..............Assistant Coach
sweetest shooters of all-time. When asked to identify the best shooter he ever saw, during an 1991-92........ Cleveland Cavaliers..............Assistant Coach
August 2004 interview, Jordan tabbed Winters. Said Jordan, “He had the most beautiful stroke of all 1992-93........ Cleveland Cavaliers..............Assistant Coach
                                                                                                         1993-94........ Atlanta Hawks ......................Assistant Coach
the people I can think of.”                                                                              1994-95........ Atlanta Hawks ......................Assistant Coach
       Winters was an NBA All-Star during his first year with the Bucks – after arriving in Milwaukee 1995-96........ Vancouver Grizzlies..............Head Coach
for the 1976 season as one of four players exchanged with the Lakers for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. 1996-97........ Vancouver Grizzlies..............Head Coach
After an All-Rookie season with the Lakers in 1975 and his first All-Star appearance a year later, 1997-98........ Denver Nuggets ...................Assistant Coach
                                                                                                         1999-00........ Golden State Warriors ..........Assistant Coach
Winters was named an All-Star again in 1978. In all, he spent eight seasons in Milwaukee, leading 2000-01........ Golden State Warriors ..........Assistant Coach
the Bucks to six postseason berths. One of the leading playmakers and shooters in Bucks history, 2001-02........ Golden State Warriors ..........Assistant/Head Coach
he still is third in franchise history in assists (2,479), fifth in games played (582) and steals (718), 2004 ............. Indiana Fever (15-19) ...........Head Coach
and seventh in scoring (9,743). He averaged 16.7 points per game during his eight seasons in 2005 ............. Indiana Fever (21-13) ...........Head Coach
                                                                                                         2006 ............. Indiana Fever (21-13) ...........Head Coach
Milwaukee, and 16.2 over a nine-year career.
       Upon retiring in 1983, he became then just the third (now one of seven) Bucks players to have PLAYING EXPERIENCE
his number retired, raising his No. 32 on Oct. 28, 1983, in a Milwaukee win over Indiana.                • All-American at University of South Carolina, graduated 1974
       It is in Indiana, coincidentally, where he renews an association with one of his Fever stars. • Drafted First round (12th overall) of 1974 NBA Draft by Los
The relationship dates to his time as a Milwaukee player when he first met Tamika Catchings as an Angeles Lakers
                                                                                                         • 1974-75, Los Angeles Lakers
infant. Harvey, her father, was traded to the Bucks prior to the 1979-80 season. Tamika was born in • 1975-83, Milwaukee Bucks
July 1979, and her father played alongside Winters for four more seasons. Another renewed • Averaged 16.7 ppg during eight seasons in Milwaukee; 16.2
friendship is that with Walsh.                                                                           over nine-year career
       Winters and his wife, Julie, have three daughters and three sons: Cara (25), Brendan (24),
                                                                                                         HONORS
Kevin (22), Keelin (18), Meghan (16) and Ryan (15). Cara is a 2004 graduate of Santa Clara • NBA All-Rookie Team, 1974-75
University who currently resides near the family’s home in Denver, Colo. Winters’ oldest son, • NBA All-Star Team, 1976, 1978
Brendan, currently plays professionally in France, after concluding a standout career at Davidson • #32 jersey retired by Milwaukee Bucks, 10/28/83
University where he was the 2005 Southern Conference Player of the Year. Kevin has completed • Third in Bucks’ history in assists (2,479); fifth in games played
                                                                                                         (582) and steals (718); and seventh in scoring (9,743)
his junior year at the University of Colorado. Keelin is a national-caliber soccer player entering her
freshman year at women’s soccer power Portland University. Meghan will be a junior at Regis High PERSONAL
School and plays basketball, as does Ryan who begins his freshman year at Regis.                         Education: University of South Carolina, 1974
                                                                                                                 High School: Archbishop Molloy (Jamaica, N.Y.)
                                                                                                                 Hometown: Queens, N.Y.
                                                                                                                 Born: 3/1/1952 in Rockaway Park, N.Y.
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   43                     ALISON BALES                                                Center • 6-7 • 218 • 4/4/85 • Duke ‘07 • Rookie


                           2007 Notes
                           • Last Game: Drawing her second DNP-CD of the last eight games, she did not play vs. the Sun,
                         8/15.
                           • She had two points and four rebounds in just over 12 minutes at Detroit, 8/11. Against the Shock,
                         she also had her fourth steal of the season, and third in the last six games.
                           • Coming off a three-game stretch in which she shot just 2-8 from the floor, she has hit 4-6 FG in      Bales’ Career Highs
                         her last two outings.                                                                                     MIN.................15:02, vs. MIN, 5/19/07
                           • In her last six appearances, she has averaged 3.7 rpg, compared to just 2.1 rpg in her first nine     FGM ......................4, at SEA, 7/27/07
                                                                                                                                   FGA....................... 5, vs. LA, 5/24/07
                         games.                                                                                                    ..............................5, at SEA, 7/27/07
                           • In nearly 14 minutes, all in the second half, she had six points (3-4 FG) and a career-high eight     3-Pt FGM...........................................0
rebounds at Chicago, 8/7. All of her points and all but one rebound came in the fourth quarter.                                    3-Pt FGA ...........................................0
  • She has had at least two rebounds in 11 of her 15 appearances and has had at least one offensive rebound in eight of her       FTM........................ 2, vs. LA, 5/24/07
outings.                                                                                                                           FTA ........................ 2, vs. LA, 5/24/07
                                                                                                                                   ...............................2, at SEA, 7/27/07
  • She has had a blocked shot in seven of her 15 appearances in 2007.                                                             OR......................... 2, vs. LA, 5/24/07
                                                                                                                                   ......................... 2, at CHI, 2ot, 8/7/07
  Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                     DR .......................... 3, vs. LA, 5/24/07
                                                                                                                                   ...............................3, at SEA, 7/27/07
  • She was the recipient of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award (Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School), a
                                                                                                                                   TR ..................... 8, at CHI, 2ot, 8/7/07
finalist for the Naismith Player of the Year Award, and a third team All-America selection by the Associated Press during her      AST .......................1, vs. MIN, 5/19/07
senior campaign at Duke.                                                                                                           .................................vs. SEA, 6/13/07
  • She averaged 11.9 points, 7.8 rebounds, 4.4 blocks and 2.0 assists per game while leading the Blue Devils to a No. 1           ST...........................1, at SEA, 7/27/07
ranking most of the 2006-07 season.                                                                                                .............................. 1, at PHO, 7/29/07
                                                                                                                                   BKS .....................2, vs. WAS, 7/31/07
  • Bales led the NCAA in blocked shots as a senior and finished the year with a school-record 151 blocks, just one shy of the
                                                                                                                                   PTS .......................9, at SEA, 7/27/07
NCAA single-season mark. She finished her career with 434 blocked shots, a Duke record and the third-highest figure in
NCAA history.                                                                                                                      Career highs established during 2007
  • Born in Indianapolis, she is the daughter of Charles Bales and Dr. Mary McCarthy. Her mother is the director of trauma         season are underlined bold.
services at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. Perhaps following her mother’s footsteps in medicine, Bale’s double-major
at Duke was in cultural anthropology and biology.




BALES’ GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date   Opponent       W-L G    GS          MIN        FG   FGA     3P   3PA      FT    FTA       OR   DR     TR       A       PF     ST           TO        BS           PTS
5/19   Minnesota      W   1     0         15:02        2    3       0    0        0     0         1    0      1       1        2      0            2         1            4
5/24   Los Angeles    W   1     0          9:12        2    5       0    0        2     2         2    3      5       0        0      0            0         1            6
5/29   at Minnesota   W   1     0          6:53        1    3       0    0        0     0         1    1      2       0        1      0            0         1            2
6/3    Washington     W    DNP-CD
6/5    at New York    L   1     0         9:44        1        1   0     0       0      0        1     1      2       0       2       0            1          0             2
6/6    Houston        W   1     0         7:06        1        2   0     0       2      2        1     2      3       0       0       0            0          1             4
6/8    at Washington  W    DNP-CD
6/10   New York       W    DNP-CD
6/13   Seattle        W   1     0         9:42        1        1   0     0       0      0        1     1      2       1       1       0            0          1             2
6/15   Phoenix        L    DNP-CD
6/16   at Detroit     W   1     0         3:40        0        0   0     0       0      0        0     0      0       0       2       0            1          0             0
6/22   Connecticut    L    DNP-CD
6/24   at New York    W    DNP-CD
6/29   at Connecticut L    DNP-CD
7/1    at Washington  W    DNP-CD
7/5    at Los Angeles W    DNP-CD
7/8    Chicago        W   1     0         10:00       2        2   0     0       0      0        0     3      3       0       1       0            0          1             4
7/10   at Houston     W    DNP-CD
7/12   New York       W   1     0         6:04        0        0   0     0       0      0        0     1      1       0       0       1            1          0             0
7/18   Chicago        W    DNP-CD
7/20   Detroit        L    DNP-CD
7/21   at Chicago     L    DNP-CD
7/24   San Antonio    L    DNP-CD
7/26   at Sacramento  L    DNP-CD
7/27   at Seattle     L   1     0         12:20       4        5   0     0       1      2        1     3      4       0       1       1            0          1             9
7/29   at Phoenix     L   1     0          6:51       1        3   0     0       0      0        0     3      3       0       0       1            0          0             2
7/31   Washington     W   1     0          5:29       0        0   0     0       0      0        0     1      1       0       0       0            1          2             0
8/4    at Connecticut L   1     0         14:50       1        5   0     0       2      2        0     2      2       0       0       0            0          0             4
8/5    Sacramento     W    DNP-CD
8/7    at Chicago     W   1     0         13:42       3        4   0     0       0      0        2     6      8       0       1       0            0          0             6
8/11   at Detroit     L   1     0         12:32       1        2   0     0       0      0        0     4      4       0       0       1            0          0             2
8/15   Connecticut    L    DNP-CD
8/17   at San Antonio
8/19   Detroit
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   41                   TULLY BEVILAQUA                                           Guard • 5-7 • 145 • 7/19/72 • Australia • 8 Yrs WNBA

                            2007 Notes
                            • Last Game: Going without a steal for just the sixth time this season, she had two points (1-3 FG),
                          two assists and a rebound in 29 minutes vs. Connecticut, 8/15.
                            • She has totaled 23 points in the last three games, more than she had tallied in the previous six
                          games (20) combined.
                            • In 33 minutes without a turnover, she had two steals, three assists, a rebound and eight points on     Bevilaqua’s Career Highs
                          2-5 FG, 1-4 3-pt FG and 3-3 FT at Detroit, 8/11. Her three free throws made tied her season-high.          MIN:.............. 39, at HOU, 2ot, 5/29/05
                            • She has averaged 2.14 spg in the last seven games and is seventh in the league with an average         FGM: ..................... 7, at CON, 7/26/05
                                                                                                                                     FGA:.................... 11, at CON, 7/26/05
                          of 1.59 spg for the season.                                                                                3-pt FGM: .......................3, eight times
                            • Including 9-11 in the last seven games, she has shot 13-17 FT this season.                             ........... (most recent: at CON, 8/11/06)
 • With her three steals at Phoenix, 7/29, she surpassed Vicky Bullet into 12th on the WNBA's all-time steals list and now has       3-pt FGA:......................... 7, four times
368 thefts in her career.                                                                                                            ..........(most recent: vs. WAS, 7/29/06)
                                                                                                                                     FTM:..................... 9, vs. SEA, 6/23/00
                                                                                                                                     ..................................vs. CLE, 6/28/00
  Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                       ...................................at SEA, 7/20/01
  • She averaged 3.3 points, 1.1 steals and 1.1 assists for the gold-medal winning Australian National Team at the 2006 FIBA         FTA:.................... 12, vs. SEA, 6/23/00
World Basketball Championship for Women, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It was the first time she was ever selected to represent her          ................................... vs. NY, 7/24/01
country in Olympic or World Championship competition.                                                                                OR:.................................. 3, four times
                                                                                                                                     .......... (most recent: vs. SAC, 8/12/01)
  • Since leaving the United States after the 2006 WNBA season, she won a gold medal at the World Championships and later            DR: .................................. 5, four times
captured a the Australian WNBL title, for the second straight season.                                                                ............ (most recent: at DET, 6/16/06)
  • The two-time WNBA All-Defensive First Team selection has become, with Catchings, the heart and soul of the Fever                 TR: ...........................8, at SEA, 6/3/00
franchise.                                                                                                                           AST: ......................8, vs. CLE, 6/28/00
                                                                                                                                     ST:.............................7, vs. SA, 8/5/06
  • She ranked second in the WNBA to Catchings, with 71 steals in 2006. It marked the first time in WNBA history that
                                                                                                                                     BKS: .........................2, at UTA, 8/7/00
teammates have finished 1 and 2 in that department. The tandem also combined for a WNBA-record 165 steals as                         ................................. vs. ORL, 6/26/02
teammates.                                                                                                                           PTS: .................... 19, at CON, 7/26/05
  • She led the WNBA in steals-to-turnover ratio in 2005, for the second straight season. Her 60 steals in ’05 combined with
Catchings for 150 – the fourth-highest figure by teammates.                                                                          Career highs established during 2007
  • She was a member of the 2004 WNBA Champion Seattle Storm. She came off the bench that season to pace the WNBA                    season are underlined bold.
in steals-to-turnover ratio.

 • Pronunciation: bev-il-AH-qua




BEVILAQUA’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
De    Opponent       W-L G    GS MIN                FG   FGA      3P     3PA     FT     FTA        OR   DR     TR       A       PF     ST          TO         BS          PTS
5/19  Minnesota      W    1    1 22:02               1    3        1      2       0      0          1    1      2       3        4      1           0          0            3
5/24  Los Angeles    W    1    1 22:09               1    3        0      1       0      0          0    1      1       1        0      1           0          0           2
5/29  at Minnesota   W    1    1 24:52               2    3        1      3       0      0          0    2      2       4        5      2           1          0            5
6/3   Washington     W    1    1 24:50               3    7        1      3       0      0          1    1      2       1        2      0           1          0            7
6/5   at New York    L    1    1 29:55               3    5        1      3       0      0          0    3      3       2        0      2           1          0            7
6/6   Houston        W    1    1 16:47               3    4        0      1       2      2          0    1      1       1        1      2           1          0            8
6/8   at Washington  W    1    1 31:15               2    5        1      3       2      2          0    1      1       5        2      0           2          0            7
6/10  New York       W    1    1 27:26               0    3        0      3       0      0          2    4      6       4        0      3           4          0            0
6/13  Seattle        W    1    1 21:29               2    2        0      1       0      0          0    1      1       1        2      2           2          0            4
6/15  Phoenix        L    1    1 30:12               2    7        2      6       0      2          1    1      2       4        2      0           0          0            6
6/16  at Detroit     W    1    1 18:33               1    5        1      3       0      0          0    1      1       1        1      1           1          0            3
6/22  Connecticut    L    1    1 25:38               2    3        2      3       0      0          1    3      4       4        3      1           3          0            6
6/24  at New York    W    1    1 23:53               2    2        2      2       0      0          0    2      2       3        4      4           1          1            6
6/29  at Connecticut L    1    1 30:00               4    6        3      4       0      0          1    4      5       2        3      1           1          0           11
7/1   at Washington  W    1    1 29:08               1    5        0      3       0      0          1    0      1       0        3      1           3          0            2
7/5   at Los Angeles W    1    1 26:50               2    4        0      2       0      0          1    3      4       3        4      0           3          0            4
7/8   Chicago        W    1    1 23:02               4    5        2      3       0      0          0    5      5       5        2      2           2          0           10
7/10  at Houston     W    1    1 31:26               3    5        1      1       0      0          0    0      0       4        4      3           0          0            7
7/12  New York       W    1    1 18:04               0    3        0      1       0      0          1    1      2       2        0      2           0          0            0
7/18  Chicago        W    1    1 25:49               3    4        2      2       0      0          1    2      3       0        3      1           3          0            8
7/20  Detroit        L    1    1 29:03               3    6        1      2       0      0          1    1      2       2        2      3           2          0            7
7/21  at Chicago     L    1    1 28:52               1    4        1      4       0      0          1    4      5       5        2      3           1          0            3
7/24  San Antonio    L    1    1   31:!5             3    6        1      3       0      0          1    2      3       1        5      0           1          0            7
7/26  at Sacramento  L    1    1 27:32               0    3        0      1       0      0          0    1      1       2        2      1           1          0            0
7/27  at Seattle     L    1    1 21:11               2    4        0      1       1      2          0    1      1       1        3      0           3          0            5
7/29  at Phoenix     L    1    1 33:06               1    6        1      5       2      2          0    1      1       5        4      3           2          0            5
7/31  Washington     W    1    1 29:18               1    4        1      4       3      4          0    1      1       4        3      2           2          0            6
8/4   at Connecticut L    1    1 17:15               1    2        0      1       0      0          1    3      4       2        2      1           0          0            2
8/5   Sacramento     W    1    1 21:26               1    2        0      0       0      0          0    0      0       4        2      4           0          0            2
8/7   at Chicago     W    1    1 39:52               4    8        3      6       2      4          0    3      3       3        2      3           4          0           13
8/11  at Detroit     L    1    1 33:09               2    5        1      4       3      3          0    1      1       3        3      2           0          0            8
8/15  Connecticut    L    1    1 28:59               1    3        0      1       0      0          0    1      1       2        5      0           2          0            2
8/17  at San Antonio
8/19  Detroit
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   24               TAMIKA CATCHINGS                                         Forward • 6-1 • 167 • 7/21/79 • Tennessee ’01 • 6 Yrs WNBA


                           2007 Notes
                           • She is listed as day-to-day with a partially torn plantar fascia in her left foot suffered against
                         Detroit, 7/20.
                           • Though she has missed 11 straight games, she leads the WNBA in steals per game (3.14 spg)
                         and is still third in the league with 66 total steals.
                           • Last Game: Before leaving the game vs. Detroit, 7/20, at the end of the third quarter with an injury      Catchings’ Career Highs
                         to her left foot, she had 12 points, a team-high eight rebounds and a team-leading seven assists. She         MIN............... 45, at CON, 2ot, 6/26/03
                         also had a team-high tying three steals in 26+ minutes against the Shock.                                     ........................... at WAS, 2ot, 6/18/05
                                                                                                                                       FGM ..................... 13, vs. ORL, 8/7/02
                           • Leading the Fever in points, rebounds and assists in the same game for the fifth time this season,        FGA..................... 24, at HOU, 7/31/04
                         she had 22 points, 13 rebounds and six assists to go with two steals in 37 minutes vs. Chicago, 7/18.         3-Pt FGM.............6, at ORL, ot, 7/3/02
  • The game vs. the Sky represented her seventh double-double of the season and the 50th of her career. She is the ninth              3-Pt FGA ............... 12, at WAS, 8/6/02
WNBA player to accumulate 50 double-doubles in her career.                                                                             FTM....................15, vs. PHO, 5/24/05
  • She has distributed 59 assists in her last 10 games (5.90 apg) and with enough to qualify for league leaders would rank            FTA ....................17, vs. PHO, 5/24/05
                                                                                                                                       OR...................... 10, vs. CHA, 8/20/05
sixth with an average of 4.7 apg for the season.                                                                                       DR ................ 13, at WAS, 2ot, 6/18/05
                                                                                                                                       ............................ vs. DET, ot, 6/15/05
  Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                         TR ................ 16, at CON, 2ot, 6/26/03
  • Including once in 2007, she has been named the Player of the Week in the WNBA 11 times, tied for second most in league             ................................. vs. DET, 6/29/06
                                                                                                                                       .................................vs. CHA, 8/20/05
history with Seattle's Lauren Jackson and behind only Lisa Leslie who has been named Player of the Week 13 times.
                                                                                                                                       AST ....................... 11, vs. CHI, 7/8/07
  • Tying WNBA records for steals in a quarter and a half, she had five in the first period and seven in the first half vs.            ST.......................... 9, vs. MIN, 7/26/02
Houston, 6/6.                                                                                                                          BKS ...................... 5, vs. CHA, 6/18/06
  • Named the WNBA’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006, she has finished among the top three in balloting for              PTS .........................32, vs. NY, 6/8/02
the WNBA MVP award in four of her five pro seasons.                                                                                    ................................... vs. ORL, 8/7/02
                                                                                                                                       ..................................... at NY, 8/22/03
  • A four-time WNBA All-Star and five-time All-WNBA recipient, she was a 2004 Olympic gold medalist with USA Basketball
and a member of the WNBA’s 10th Anniversary All-Decade team, awarded in 2006. She was the leading vote-getter for the Career highs established during 2007
2006 WNBA All-Star Game, and the East’s leading vote-getter in 2004 and 2005.                                                  season are underlined bold.
  • She is the only player in WNBA history to ever rank in the league's top 10 in scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and
blocked shots in the same season. Catchings, though, has done it twice – in 2002 and 2006. Entering 2007, she joined Sheryl
Swoopes as the only players in WNBA history to rank among Top 25 all-time leaders in points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, free throws made and 3-
point field goals.
  • Off the court, she is one of the country’s most highly-regarded citizen-athletes – invited to President George W. Bush’s State of the Union Address in
2004, and named as a finalist for the 2006 Wooden Citizenship Cup, presented annually to the nation’s top professional athlete who exhibits outstanding
community service. Catchings is the current president of the WNBA Players Association. She launched the Catch The Stars Foundation in December 2004.

CATCHINGS’ GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date  Opponent       W-L G      GS MIN               FG   FGA     3P      3PA     FT     FTA        OR   DR     TR       A        PF     ST          TO         BS          PTS
5/19  Minnesota      W    1      1 28:13              3     8      2       4       4       4         1    6      7        4        2      0           3          1           12
5/24  Los Angeles    W    1      1 27:33              8    14      2       5       6       7         4    4      8        5        4      2           3          1           24
5/29  at Minnesota   W    1      1 31:38              8    16      2       3       3       5         3    3      6        6        2      2           3          0           21
6/3   Washington     W    1      1 36:01              2     9      0       2      11      12         2    7      9        3        3      6           6          1           15
6/5   at New York    L    1      1 33:15              7    15      2       6       5       6         1    3      4        9        2      3           2          1           21
6/6   Houston        W    1      1 23:47              3     9      0       2       6       6         2    7      9        3        2      7           2          1           12
6/8   at Washington  W    1      1 33:02              7    14      3       6       7       8         3    9     12        1        3      2           3          3           24
6/10  New York       W    1      1 32:48              5    15      1       5       3       3         3    5      8        4        1      2           5          2           14
6/13  Seattle        W    1      1 27:27              5    12      1       2       3       4         4    6     10        1        2      2           3          1           14
6/15  Phoenix        L    1      1 36:36              6    17      1       6       4       4         5   10     15        1        5      3           4          2           17
6/16  at Detroit     W    1      1 35:10              5    10      2       3      14      16         4   10     14        2        3      5           2          0           26
6/22  Connecticut    L    1      1 35:29              3    13      2       4       1       1         3    9     12        7        5      2           3          3            9
6/24  at New York    W    1      1 35:27              5    13      2       6       6       8         1    4      5        6        4      1           5          0           18
6/29  at Connecticut L    1      1 35:06              4    13      0       4       0       0         4    7     11        4        5      5           5          0            8
7/1   at Washington  W    1      1 37:03              5    13      0       4       4       6         1    3      4        3        3      4           2          1           14
7/5   at Los Angeles W    1      1 37:24              4    15      0       3       9      11         3    8     11        5        3      4           2          2           17
7/8   Chicago        W    1      1 26:17              6     9      0       0       4       7         4    3      7       11        2      7           1          1           16
7/10  at Houston     W    1      1 36:50              6    10      2       3       9      10         0    6      6        5        3      2           4          0           23
7/12  New York       W    1      1 25:17              3     9      0       4       3       5         2    8     10        5        4      2           1          3            9
7/18  Chicago        W    1      1 37:11              7    11      1       1       7      10         3   10     13        6        5      2           1          0           22
7/20  Detroit        L    1      1 26:28              6    14      0       1       0       0         1    7      8        7        1      3           2          0           12
7/21  at Chicago     L    Injured (left foot)
7/24  San Antonio    L    Injured (left foot)
7/26  at Sacramento  L    Injured (left foot)
7/27  at Seattle     L    Injured (left foot)
7/29  at Phoenix     L    Injured (left foot)
7/31  Washington     W    Injured (left foot)
8/4   at Connecticut L    Injured (left foot)
8/5   Sacramento     W    Injured (left foot)
8/7   at Chicago     W    Injured (left foot)
8/11  at Detroit     L    Injured (left foot)
8/15  Connecticut    L     Injured (left foot)
8/17  at San Antonio
8/19  Detroit
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   30                    ANNA DeFORGE                                           Guard • 5-10 • 160 • 4/14/76 • Nebraska ’98 • 5 Yrs WNBA


                              2007 Notes
                              • Last Game: In her best game in a Fever uniform, she led Indiana with a season-high 29 points
                            and a season-best five assists in 27 minutes vs. Connecticut, 8/15. She added five rebounds and a
                            steal against the Sun.
                              • Her 29 points vs. Connecticut featured five 3-pt FG, tying the most by any Fever player this
                            season and tying the most ever by a Fever player at Conseco Fieldhouse.                                 DeForge’s Career Highs
                              • Topping the Fever in rebounds for the third time this season, and the second straight game, she     MIN:....................... 43, at WAS, 8/3/03
                            collected seven boards to go with nine points, one assist, one steal and a blocked shot in 31+          FGM: ...................... 11, at NY, 7/11/04
                                                                                                                                     ........................................at LA, 7/7/06
                            minutes at Detroit, 8/11.
                                                                                                                                    FGA:....................... 25, at NY, 7/11/04
                              • She has had four or more rebounds in eight of the last 11 games and in that span has averaged       3-pt FGM: ........................ 5, four times
4.7 rpg. Her 52 rebounds in the last 11 games are seven more than she had in the first 21 games.                                     .............. (most recent: at SA, 7/30/04)
  • With her first five points against the Monarchs, 7/26, she reached the 2,000-point mark of her WNBA career.                     3-pt FGA:................ 11, at SA, 7/30/04
  • In her last eight appearances at Conseco Fieldhouse, she has shot 16-28 from 3-pt range. Overall, she has made 26 of her        FTM:......................... 8, at SA, 6/29/04
                                                                                                                                    FTA:.................... 10, vs. SAC, 5/21/05
last 49 from 3-pt range (.531) and is tied for 10th in the WNBA in 3-pt FG accuracy (.408).                                         OR:...........................4, at CHA, 6/9/06
  • Her five 3-pt FG vs. San Antonio gave her 284 in her career, tied for 14th on the WNBA's all-time career 3-pt FG list.          DR: ........................ 7, at CON, 5/22/04
  • Her assist against the Liberty, 6/24, was the 400th of her career.                                                              : ............................. 7, at PHO, 7/29/07
                                                                                                                                    TR: ....................... 9, vs. SAC, 8/16/03
                                                                                                                                    AST: ...................... 9, at CON, 5/28/05
  Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                      ST:......................... 5, vs. IND, 7/24/04
  • DeForge has won back-to-back Polish league titles with Wisla Can-Pack in Krakow, Poland. She was the Polish league              BKS: .................................2, five times
MVP in 2006. She teamed with WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw while winning the 2007 title.                                              ............. (most recent: vs. LA, 7/22/06)
  • The 2006 WNBA Playoffs marked the postseason debut for DeForge. She averaged 6.0 ppg and 3.5 rpg in the two-game                PTS: ....................... 31, at NY, 7/11/04
series with Detroit.
                                                                                                                                    Career highs established during 2007
  • She was the third-leading scorer in Phoenix’ franchise history (1,326) before being acquired by the Fever in a 2006             season are underlined bold.
offseason trade.
  • She was selected to the WNBA’s Select All-Star Team in 2004, which played against the U.S. Women’s Olympic Team in
an exhibition at Radio City Music Hall just prior to the Olympic Games in Athens.




DeFORGE’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date  Opponent       W-L G    GS           MIN        FG   FGA   3P     3PA       FT    FTA       OR   DR     TR       A       PF     ST           TO         BS           PTS
5/19  Minnesota      W    1    1          23:06        4     8    2      2         0     0         0    1      1       1        2      1            0          0            10
5/24  Los Angeles    W    1    1          19:53        4     7    1      3         0     0         0    3      3       2        1      1            0          0             9
5/29  at Minnesota   W    1    1          24:33        3     7    0      2         2     2         1    4      5       1        1      0            0          0             8
6/3   Washington     W    1    1          23:23        2     7    0      2         2     2         0    2      2       4        2      2            4          0             6
6/5   at New York    L    1    1          30:54        5    10    0      2         2     2         1    3      4       1        0      1            1          0            12
6/6   Houston        W    1    1          16:32        2     5    1      3         2     2         2    0      2       1        0      0            0          0             7
6/8   at Washington  W    1    1          27:50        4     7    1      4         4     4         0    1      1       2        1      0            0          0            13
6/10  New York       W    1    1          29:46        3     8    3      5         0     0         0    4      4       1        1      2            0          1             9
6/13  Seattle        W    1    1          16:01        2     5    0      3         0     0         2    1      3       0        0      0            0          1             4
6/15  Phoenix        L    1    1          22:11        5    10    2      5         0     0         2    1      3       2        3      0            0          0            12
6/16  at Detroit     W    1    1          17:19        1     4    0      2         0     0         1    0      1       1        1      0            2          0             2
6/22  Connecticut    L    1    1          28:20        3    11    1      4         4     4         1    2      3       1        2      0            1          0            11
6/24  at New York    W    1    1          24:59        3     6    2      4         2     2         0    2      2       1        1      3            1          0            10
6/29  at Connecticut L    1    1          25:51        2     5    2      2         0     0         1    2      3       2        2      0            1          0             6
7/1   at Washington  W    1    1          13:01        2     3    2      2         0     0         1    0      1       1        4      3            2          0             6
7/5   at Los Angeles W    1    1          18:25        0     5    0      2         0     0         0    1      1       1        0      1            1          0             0
7/8   Chicago        W    1    1          17:34        5    12    3      3         1     2         0    2      2       1        1      0            1          0            14
7/10  at Houston     W    1    1          15:47        1     3    0      1         0     0         0    3      3       0        0      0            2          0             2
7/12  New York       W    1    1          18:43        4     6    3      3         0     0         0    0      0       0        0      0            0          0            11
7/18  Chicago        W    1    1          16:50        2     4    2      2         0     0         1    0      1       2        0      0            1          0             6
7/20  Detroit        L    1    1          15:32        1     4    1      4         0     0         0    0      0       3        0      0            0          0             3
7/21  at Chicago     L    1    1          23:54        0     4    0      0         0     0         1    4      5       3        1      1            4          0             0
7/24  San Antonio    L    1    1          32:27        6    13    1      4         2     2         0    4      4       0        0      2            0          0            15
7/26  at Sacramento  L    1    1          20:38        3     9    1      3         0     0         1    3      4       1        2      1            2          1             7
7/27  at Seattle     L    1    1          20:22        5    10    1      3         1     2         2    2      4       0        0      0            4          0            12
7/29  at Phoenix     L    1    1          33:27        4    12    2      6         0     0         1    7      8       3        3      0            0          0            10
7/31  Washington     W    1    1          22:58        2     4    1      2         0     0         0    0      0       2        5      0            2          0             5
8/4   at Connecticut L    1    1          21:30        2     9    0      2         0     0         1    2      3       1        0      0            1          0             4
8/5   Sacramento     W    1    1          26:05        2     9    0      1         1     2         0    3      3       4        0      1            1          0             5
8/7   at Chicago     W    1    1          29:57        7    13    2      4         0     0         3    6      9       1        1      0            4          0            16
8/11  at Detroit     L    1    1          31:16        4     9    1      4         0     0         2    5      7       1        0      1            1          1             9
8/15  Connecticut    L    1    1          26:59       11    19    5      9         2     2         1    4      5       5        0      1            3          0            29
8/17  at San Antonio
8/19  Detroit
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   32                  EBONY HOFFMAN                                       Forward/Center • 6-2 • 215 • 8/27/82 • USC ’04 • 3 Yrs WNBA


                          2007 Notes
                          • Last Game: Scoreless in 24+ minutes, she had five rebounds, an assist and a steal against the
                        Sun, 8/15.
                          • She shot 3-3 FG and 2-2 FT for her eight points at Detroit, 8/11. She added three boards, one
                        assist and a steal in 17 minutes against the Shock.
                          • In the two games leading up to Detroit, she shot 1-9 from the floor and totaled two points.            Hoffman’s Career Highs
                          • To accompany four rebounds, she had two points on 1-5 FG in 18 minutes at Chicago, 8/7.                MIN:................ 34:54, at WAS, 6/27/06
                                                                                                                                   FGM: ............... 8, vs. DET, ot, 6/15/05
                          • In 24 games off the bench, she has averaged 4.8 ppg and shot nearly 50 percent (.494) from the         FGA:........................12, at MIN, 6/2/06
                        floor.                                                                                                     3-pt FGM: .......................... 1, six times
                          • She has averaged 5.0 rpg in the last nine games, compared to 3.7 rpg in her first 23 outings.          ............ (most recent: vs. SEA, 8/4/05)
 • She has blocked 16 shots this season, including nine in the last 11 games.                                                      3-pt FGA:...................3, at LA, 7/19/04
                                                                                                                                   .................................. vs. WAS, 9/4/04
 • A 39 percent shooter in her first three WNBA seasons, she has shot 54-120 FG (.450) this season.
                                                                                                                                   ....................................vs. SA, 9/10/04
 • She has had five or more boards off the bench seven times this season.                                                          FTM:..................... 9, vs. DET, 5/20/06
                                                                                                                                   FTA:...................... 9, vs. DET, 5/20/06
  Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                     OR:............................6, at MIN, 6/2/06
                                                                                                                                   DR: ....................... 8, vs. DET, 5/20/06
  • A 33-game starter as the Fever center in 2006, Hoffman’s role will become more versatile this summer, with the additions       ............................ vs. CHA, ot, 6/18/06
of Tammy Sutton-Brown and Alison Bales.                                                                                            TR: ..................... 13, vs. DET, 5/20/06
  • Hoffman begins her fourth year of service with the Fever franchise. Indiana’s No. 1 draft pick in the 2004 WNBA Draft, she     AST: .........................4, at DET, 8/1/06
joins Tamika Catchings as the only two Fever players with the franchise since 2004.                                                ...................................vs. CON. 8/9/06
  • She was engaged last fall while she was playing overseas in Lithuania. She expects to marry Ronald Cass on Oct. 20,            ST:...............................4, at LA, 7/7/06
                                                                                                                                   ...................................vs. CON, 8/9/06
2007, in Long Beach, Calif., with Tamika Catchings as her maid of honor.                                                           BKS: ..................... 3, vs. S.A., 7/24/07
                                                                                                                                   PTS: ...............16, vs. DET, ot, 6/15/05

                                                                                                                                   Career highs established during 2007
                                                                                                                                   season are underlined bold.




HOFFMAN’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date  Opponent       W-L G   GS            MIN        FG   FGA   3P     3PA     FT     FTA       OR   DR     TR       A       PF     ST          TO         BS          PTS
5/19  Minnesota      W   1    1           20:47        2    2     0      0       0      0         1    3      4       3        2      1           2          0            4
5/24  Los Angeles    W   1    0           11:32        3    5     0      0       0      0         0    0      0       0        4      0           0          0           6
5/29  at Minnesota   W   1    0           16:03        3    5     0      0       4      4         2    5      7       0        1      1           2          1           10
6/3   Washington     W   1    0           21:29        3    5     0      1       3      4         1    4      5       1        2      1           3          1            9
6/5   at New York    L   1    0           15:13        1    2     0      0       0      0         1    2      3       0        2      2           3          1            2
6/6   Houston        W   1    0           20:30        2    6     0      0       3      4         0    3      3       1        3      0           2          1            7
6/8   at Washington  W   1    0           18:16        3    6     0      0       2      2         2    3      5       1        1      1           1          0            8
6/10  New York       W   1    0           14:53        2    4     0      0       0      0         1    1      2       1        1      0           1          0            4
6/13  Seattle        W   1    0           20:19        2    4     0      1       0      0         2    4      6       2        0      2           0          0            4
6/15  Phoenix        L   1    0           21:55        0    3     0      0       0      0         2    7      9       0        2      0           1          0            0
6/16  at Detroit     W   1    0           15:30        1    2     0      0       1      2         1    3      4       0        4      0           1          0            3
6/22  Connecticut    L   1    0           13:35        2    7     0      0       4      4         3    0      3       1        1      0           1          0            8
6/24  at New York    W   1    0           14:49        2    2     1      1       0      0         0    2      2       0        1      1           2          0            5
6/29  at Connecticut L   1    0           21:26        2    6     1      2       0      0         1    5      6       2        4      1           2          0            5
7/1   at Washington  W   1    0           10:21        1    4     0      0       0      1         2    3      0       2        0      0           0          0            2
7/5   at Los Angeles W   1    0           10:12        1    3     0      0       0      0         0    2      2       0        3      2           1          1            2
7/8   Chicago        W   1    0           14:15        1    2     0      0       0      0         1    5      6       0        4      0           0          1            2
7/10  at Houston     W   1    0            2:45        1    2     0      0       0      0         0    0      0       0        1      0           1          0            2
7/12  New York       W   1    0           18:34        2    3     0      0       0      0         0    6      6       1        1      1           2          1            4
7/18  Chicago        W   1    0           10:36        3    3     0      0       0      0         1    1      2       1        1      1           3          0            6
7/20  Detroit        L   1    0           14:19        2    2     0      0       2      2         2    0      2       0        2      0           0          0            6
7/21  at Chicago     L   1    0           20:35        2    3     0      0       0      0         0    4      4       2        2      0           1          1            4
7/24  San Antonio    L   1    0           19:45        2    4     0      0       4      4         2    0      2       0        2      1           3          3            8
7/26  at Sacramento  L   1    0           19:19        1    2     0      0       1      1         3    5      8       2        4      0           2          1            3
7/27  at Seattle     L   1    0           25:25        2    4     0      0       0      0         1    3      4       0        2      0           0          1            4
7/29  at Phoenix     L   1    1           24:43        1    7     0      0       0      0         3    5      8       1        2      0           2          1            2
7/31  Washington     W   1    1           23:32        1    4     0      0       2      2         1    4      5       2        2      0           1          0            4
8/4   at Connecticut L   1    1           12:27        2    3     0      0       0      0         0    2      2       1        3      0           0          1            4
8/5   Sacramento     W   1    1           20:11        0    4     0      0       0      0         3    3      6       1        1      1           0          1            0
8/7   at Chicago     W   1    1           17:48        1    5     0      0       0      0         1    3      4       0        0      0           1          0            2
8/11  at Detroit     L   1    1           17:15        3    3     0      0       0      0         2    1      3       1        1      1           0          0            8
8/15  Connecticut    L   1    1           24:!5        0    3     0      0       0      0         1    4      5       1        4      1           2          0            0
8/17  at San Antonio
8/19  Detroit
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   55                            SHERI SAM                                 Guard/Forward • 6-0 • 160 • 5/5/74 • Vanderbilt ‘96 • 8 Yrs WNBA


                           2007 Notes
                           • Last Game: She had seven points, six rebounds, two assists and a blocked shot in 17+ minutes
                         vs. Connecticut, 8/15.
                           • Including her six boards vs. the Sun, she has had five or more rebounds in four of the last five
                         games.
                           • Her blocked shot vs. Connecticut was her sixth of the season and her first in the last seven              Sam’s Career Highs
                         games.                                                                                                        MIN:................48, vs. NY, 2ot, 8/12/05
                           • Since a run of six straight games with at least two assists, she has had multiple assists in just two     FGM: .................... 12, at DET, 6/28/02
                                                                                                                                       FGA:...................... 26, at POR, 8/1/00
                         of the last eight contests.                                                                                   3-pt FGM: ............... 5, at UTA, 6/12/99
                           • In her first 25 games for the Fever, she totaled 15 offensive rebounds. In the last six contests, she     .................................... at CHA, 7/9/02
has totaled 14 offensive boards. Overall, she has averaged 4.5 rpg in the last six games.                                              3-pt FGA:.............. 10, at CLE, 6/22/99
 • She has had multiple steals eight times this season, including six of the last 18 games.                                            .................................... at POR, 8/1/00
                                                                                                                                       FTM:..................... 10, vs. DET, 8/6/05
 • Her bench-high nine points at Los Angeles, 7/5, featured the biggest bucket of the game--a 3-pt FG that gave Indiana a              FTA:...................... 13, vs. DET, 8/6/05
one-point lead with 39.2 seconds remaining.                                                                                            OR:.................................5, eight times
                                                                                                                                       ............(most recent: at DET, 8/11/07)
  Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                         DR: .....................10, vs. CON, 6/11/04
                                                                                                                                       TR: .....................12, vs. CON, 6/11/04
  • She has missed just two games through 8+ WNBA seasons – the 2007 season opener with Indiana and the 2000 season
                                                                                                                                       AST: ..................... 8, vs. SEA, 7/20/03
opener against Indiana. This year, she was returning from Istanbul where her Besiktas team lost in a deciding seventh game             .....................................at SAC, 6/5/04
of the Turkish championship series, delaying her arrival in Indianapolis. In 2000, she was acquired off waivers from Orlando,          ST:........................ 6, vs. ORL, 7/13/02
6/1, just hours before the Miami Sol’s inaugural game pitting a pair of expansion franchises.                                          BKS: .............................2, seven times
  • Sam won the 2004 WNBA Championship as a member of the Seattle Storm, where she was a teammate of current Fever                     .............(most recent: vs. CLE, 7/3/03)
guard Tully Bevilaqua. She started 32 of 34 games that season, averaging 9.1 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 2.4 apg and 1.56 spg.                       PTS: ..................... 27, at DET, 6/28/02
  • In joining the Fever in 2007, Indiana is the sixth WNBA franchise for which she has played – Orlando (1999), Miami (2000-          Career highs established during 2007
02), Minnesota (2003), Seattle (2004), Charlotte (2005-06). She was acquired by the Fever with the ninth overall selection in          season are underlined bold.
the 2007 WNBA Dispersal Draft.
  • A veteran player who enjoys writing poetry and playing the bongos, Sam was the first member of her family to graduate
from college.

 • Pronunciation: shu-REE




SAM’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date   Opponent       W-L G    GS MIN                FG   FGA      3P     3PA      FT     FTA       OR   DR      TR       A       PF     ST          TO         BS          PTS
5/19   Minnesota      W    INACTIVE
5/24   Los Angeles    W   1     0 16:22              0      3      0       0       2       2        0     1       1       1       2       2            0         0            2
5/29   at Minnesota   W   1     0 11:04              1      3      0       0       0       0        1     1       2       0       1       0            0         0            2
6/3    Washington     W   1     0 11:29              0      3      0       2       2       2        0     2       2       0       0       0            0         0            2
6/5    at New York    L   1     0   8:43             1      4      0       0       1       1        0     0       0       0       1       0            1         0            3
6/6    Houston        W   1     0 20:47              3      4      0       0       2       2        0     3       3       2       1       2            4         0            8
6/8    at Washington  W   1     0 11:54              1      5      0       0       0       0        1     1       2       0       4       1            1         0            2
6/10   New York       W   1     0 14:37              1      3      0       0       2       2        1     2       3       1       2       1            2         0            4
6/13   Seattle        W   1     0 17:08              6     10      1       3       2       3        0     0       0       1       2       1            2         0           15
6/15   Phoenix        L   1     0 12:07              3      6      0       2       0       0        1     1       2       1       0       0            0         1            6
6/16   at Detroit     W   1     0   9:16             0      3      0       0       0       0        0     0       0       0       1       0            2         0            0
6/22   Connecticut    L   1     0   7:30             0      1      0       0       0       0        0     1       1       0       1       1            2         0            0
6/24   at New York    W   1     0   7:15             0      2      0       0       0       0        0     1       1       0       0       0            0         0            0
6/29   at Connecticut L   1     0 11:34              2      6      1       2       0       0        2     1       3       1       2       1            0         0            5
7/1    at Washington  W   1     0 14:21              2      5      1       1       0       0        0     4       4       1       3       2            0         0            5
7/5    at Los Angeles W   1     0 20:10              4      7      1       1       0       0        1     1       2       1       1       1            0         0            9
7/8    Chicago        W   1     0 21:33              4      8      1       3       5       6        1     1       2       2       1       2            1         0           14
7/10   at Houston     W   1     0 21:31              2      7      1       2       0       0        1     6       7       0       2       0            0         1            5
7/12   New York       W   1     0 21:07              3      6      2       3       1       2        2     0       2       3       1       2            2         0            9
7/18   Chicago        W   1     0 25:37              0      6      0       3       0       0        0     2       2       2       2       2            2         1            0
7/20   Detroit        L   1     0 24:32              5     10      1       3       0       2        2     2       4       2       2       0            1         0           11
7/21   at Chicago     L   1     1 30:12              3      9      0       1       2       4        1     2       3       3       4       4            1         0            8
7/24   San Antonio    L   1     1 38:22              3      9      0       3       0       0        0     6       6       6       3       1            2         1            6
7/26   at Sacramento  L   1     1 34:09              3     11      0       2       0       0        2     3       5       2       2       0            4         0            6
7/27   at Seattle     L   1     1 17:23              2      4      0       1       0       0        0     2       2       1       2       1            2         1            4
7/29   at Phoenix     L   1     0   7:04             0      3      0       0       0       0        0     0       0       0       0       1            1         0            0
7/31   Washington     W   1     0 21:27              0      4      0       0       1       2        1     2       3       1       2       1            3         0            1
8/4    at Connecticut L   1     0 18:37              1      2      0       0       0       0        2     3       5       4       2       0            1         0            2
8/5    Sacramento     W   1     0 17:10              3      9      0       0       2       2        1     0       1       0       2       2            0         0            8
8/7    at Chicago     W   1     0 30:24              1      6      0       0       0       0        3     4       7       1       0       1            0         0            2
8/11   at Detroit     L   1     0 12:13              1      5      0       0       4       6        5     0       5       0       3       0            4         0            6
8/15   Connecticut    L   1     0 17:12              3      7      0       1       1       2        2     4       6       2       4       0            0         1            7
8/17   at San Antonio
8/19   Detroit
                   I        N        D           I        A      N         A                 F         E          V       E             R

    3                        K.B. SHARP                                        Guard • 5-9 • 149 • 4/18/81 • Cincinnati ‘03 • 3 Yrs WNBA


                         2007 Notes
                         • Last Game: In 11 minutes against the Sun, 8/15, she had no assists, steals or shot attempts.
                         • In just under seven minutes, she had one assist and two points (1-3 FG) at Detroit, 8/11.
                         • Her 6:40 against the Shock was her shortest stint of the season.
                         • Going without an assist for just the seventh time this season, she had one steal in 10 scoreless
                        minutes at Chicago, 8/7.                                                                                   Sharp’s Career Highs
                         • Once ranked among the top two in the league in assists-to-turnover ratio, she has had five              MIN:..................... 23, vs. HOU, 6/6/07
                                                                                                                                   FGM: ....................... 6, at CON, 8/4/07
                        miscues and one assist in the last three games. She is now 12th in assists-to-turnover ratio (1.77:1).     FGA:..........................7, at IND, 6/7/03
                         • The only Indiana player to score in double figures at Connecticut, 8/4, she tied her career-high        ...............................7, at DET, 6/13/07
                        with 14 points on 6-7 FG and 2-2 FT. She also had one assist in nearly 23 minutes without a turnover       ................................ 7, at CON, 8/4/07
against the Sun.                                                                                                                   3-pt FGM: ...............3, at DET, 6/16/07
  • In the last 21 games she has scored nearly four times as many points (78) as she did in 23 appearances (22 points) all of      3-pt FGA:................5, at DET, 6/13/07
                                                                                                                                   FTM:..........................6, at IND, 6/7/03
last season. For the season, she has totaled a career-high 105 points.                                                             FTA:...........................6, at IND, 6/7/03
  • She was honored as the top point guard in the French league last winter, falling just shy of being named the league MVP.       ..................................vs. CLE, 6/10/03
She arrived in Indianapolis more confident and aggressive in her second Fever season, and is regarded as perhaps the               OR:...................................2, five times
team’s most improved player.                                                                                                       ..............(most recent: at SAC, 7/1/04)
                                                                                                                                   DR: ........................ 4, vs. CHI, 8/13/06
                                                                                                                                   ............................... 4, vs. LA, 5/24/07
 Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                      TR: ...........................5, at SAC, 7/1/04
 • After a pair of seasons with the New York Liberty, she was waived in the Liberty’s camp in 2005. She played the 2005-06         ............................... 5, vs. LA, 5/24/07
winter season in Israel, then signed with the Fever prior to the 2006 campaign.                                                    AST: ...................... 7, vs. CHI, 8/13/06
 • In 2003, she was a member of the WNBA Select Team that won a silver medal in the 2003 FIBA Women’s World Cup in                 ST:..........................4, at SEA, 7/27/07
                                                                                                                                   BKS: ........................1, at IND, 6/19/04
Samara, Russia.
                                                                                                                                   PTS: ........................14, at IND, 6/7/03
 • She graduated from the University of Cincinnati, with the top three single-season assist totals in school history, and was      ............................... 14, at CON, 8/403
named the program’s most outstanding player in each of her final three seasons.
 • She prefers to be called by her initials, K.B., which stand for Kristen Brooke.                                                 Career highs established during 2007
                                                                                                                                   season are underlined bold.




SHARP’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date  Opponent       W-L G    GS          MIN        FG   FGA   3P     3PA       FT    FTA       OR   DR     TR       A       PF     ST          TO         BS          PTS
5/19  Minnesota      W    1    0         17:59        3    5     0      0         0     0         0    0      0       2        0      0           1          0            6
5/24  Los Angeles    W    1    0         17:51        2    4     0      2         0     0         1    4      5       1        1      0           2          0            4
5/29  at Minnesota   W    1    0         15:08        1    2     0      0         2     2         0    1      1       3        1      0           0          0            4
6/3   Washington     W    1    0          9:43        0    1     0      1         3     4         0    0      0       1        2      0           0          0            3
6/5   at New York    L    1    0          9:00        0    1     0      1         0     0         0    0      0       1        2      0           2          0            0
6/6   Houston        W    1    0         23:09        2    4     1      2         2     2         1    2      3       6        1      1           2          0            7
6/8   at Washington  W    1    0          8:45        0    1     0      0         0     0         0    0      0       0        0      1           0          0            0
6/10  New York       W    1    0          5:23        0    0     0      0         0     0         0    0      0       1        0      0           0          0            0
6/13  Seattle        W    1    0         13:56        1    3     0      0         1     1         0    0      0       3        0      0           1          0            3
6/15  Phoenix        L    1    0          8:01        0    1     0      0         0     0         0    1      1       2        1      0           0          0            0
6/16  at Detroit     W    1    0         21:27        4    7     3      5         2     4         0    0      0       1        1      0           1          0           13
6/22  Connecticut    L    1    0         14:22        0    1     0      0         0     0         0    1      1       3        0      0           1          0            0
6/24  at New York    W    1    0         16:07        1    3     0      0         3     4         0    0      0       2        0      0           0          0            5
6/29  at Connecticut L    1    0          8:05        1    1     0      0         0     0         0    0      0       1        0      1           2          0            2
7/1   at Washington  W    1    0         10:52        2    2     0      0         1     2         1    0      1       2        0      0           1          0            5
7/5   at Los Angeles W    1    0         13:10        0    2     0      1         0     0         1    1      2       0        0      0           1          0            0
7/8   Chicago        W    1    0         16:58        0    4     0      1         0     0         0    0      0       2        0      0           0          0            0
7/10  at Houston     W    1    0          8:34        0    0     0      0         2     2         1    0      1       2        0      0           0          0            2
7/12  New York       W    1    0         21:56        3    3     0      0         0     0         0    0      0       4        2      2           1          0            6
7/18  Chicago        W    1    0         14:11        2    3     1      1         0     2         2    0      2       1        0      0           0          0            5
7/20  Detroit        L    1    0         10:57        1    2     1      2         0     0         0    1      1       0        0      0           0          0            3
7/21  at Chicago     L    1    0         11:08        1    6     1      4         1     2         0    3      3       0        0      0           0          0            4
7/24  San Antonio    L    1    0         13:45        2    4     0      1         0     0         0    0      0       1        1      0           1          0            4
7/26  at Sacramento  L    1    0         12:28        0    2     0      1         0     0         1    1      2       2        1      0           3          0            0
7/27  at Seattle     L    1    0         20:51        3    8     0      1         2     2         0    2      2       2        1      4           1          0            8
7/29  at Phoenix     L    1    0          6:54        0    2     0      2         0     0         1    0      1       1        0      0           0          0            0
7/31  Washington     W    1    0         10:42        0    2     0      0         0     0         0    2      2       0        0      1           1          0            0
8/4   at Connecticut L    1    0         22:45        6    7     0      0         2     2         0    0      0       1        1      0           0          0           14
8/5   Sacramento     W    1    0         18:34        2    4     1      1         0     0         0    3      3       0        1      0           4          0            5
8/7   at Chicago     W    1    0         10:08        0    3     0      0         0     0         0    0      0       0        0      1           1          0            0
8/11  at Detroit     L    1    0          6:40        1    3     0      0         0     0         0    0      1       0        0      0           0          0            2
8/15  Connecticut    L    1    0         11:01        0    0     0      0         0     0         0    0      0       0        0      0           0          0            0
8/17  at San Antonio
8/19  Detroit
                    I        N         D        I        A         N           A                F        E           V       E             R

    7                    ANN STROTHER                                      Guard/Forward • 6-3 • 166 • 12/11/83 • Connecticut ‘06 • 1 Yr WNBA


                            2007 Notes
                            • Last Game: Her appearance against the Sun consisted of the last 4.7 seconds of the game and
                          she drew all 0's.
                            • In just over six minutes at Detroit, 8/11, she had no points (0-1 FG) or rebounds.
                            • Drawing just her second DNP-CD of the previous six games, she did not play at Chicago, 8/7.
                            • She has made at least one 3-pt FG in five of her last seven appearances and in that span has            Strother’s Career Highs
                          shot 6-13 (.462) from behind the 3-pt arc.                                                                  MIN:......................17, at SAC, 5/20/06
                                                                                                                                      FGM: ......................4, at SEA, 7/27/07
                            • In her best game in a Fever uniform, she had a bench-high 11 points to go with a career-best four       ...............................4, at SAC, 5/20/06
                          rebounds and a career-high two assists in 14 minutes at Seattle, 7/27. Against the Storm, she also          FGA:.......................8, at SEA, 7/27/07
                          tied, or set, career-highs in field goals with four and attempts with eight. Her two foul shots against     ................................ 8, at CON, 8/4/07
the Storm were the first free throws of her career.                                                                                   3-pt FGM: ...............4, at SAC, 5/20/06
  • Her four rebounds at Seattle featured a career-high three offensive rebounds and those were her first offensive rebounds          3-pt FGA:................6, at SAC, 5/20/06
since gathering one in the season-opener vs. Minnesota, 5/19.                                                                         FTM:.......................2, at SEA, 7/27/07
                                                                                                                                      FTA:........................2, at SEA, 7/27/07
                                                                                                                                      OR:.........................3, at SEA, 7/27/07
  Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                        DR: ......................... 2, at SEA, 5/25/06
  • She played just eight games with the Mercury as a rookie, shooting 6-14 from the floor and 4-10 from 3-point range. She           TR: .........................4, at SEA, 7/27/07
averaged 2.0 ppg.                                                                                                                     AST: .......................2, at SEA, 7/27/07
                                                                                                                                      ST:.......................... 1, at SEA, 5/25/06
  • She was a second-round draft pick by Houston in the 2006 WNBA Draft, and was part of a draft-day trade that sent her to           BKS: .......................1, at SAC, 5/20/06
Phoenix for her rookie season. She was acquired by the Fever in a 2007 offseason trade that sent Olympia Scott to the                 ......................................at LA, 6/13/06
Mercury.                                                                                                                              PTS: .....................12, at SAC, 5/20/06
  • At UConn, she averaged career highs of 14.0 ppg and 4.9 rpg as a senior in 2006. She finished her college career listed
second on the Huskies’ chart for 3-pt FG.                                                                                             Career highs established during 2007
                                                                                                                                      season are underlined bold.
  • She won back-to-back NCAA Championships with Connecticut in 2003 and 2004, where she teamed with former Mercury
teammate Diana Taurasi. She also won back-to-back state prep championships at Highlands Ranch High School in Colorado.

 • Pronunciation: STRAW-thur




STROTHER’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date  Opponent       W-L G    GS MIN                FG   FGA      3P      3PA      FT    FTA        OR   DR     TR       A       PF     ST          TO         BS          PTS
5/19  Minnesota      W    1    0   6:17              0    2        0       0        0     0          1    0      1       0        0      0           0          0           0
5/24  Los Angeles    W    DNP-CD
5/29  at Minnesota   W    1    0   1:31             0        0     0       0       0      0         0    0       0       0       0       0            0          0            0
6/3   Washington     W    DNP-CD
6/5   at New York    L    DNP-CD
6/6   Houston        W    INACTIVE
6/8   at Washington  W    INACTIVE
6/10  New York       W    INACTIVE
6/13  Seattle        W    1    0   1:38             0        0     0       0       0      0         0    1       1       0       0       0            0          0            0
6/15  Phoenix        L    DNP-CD
6/16  at Detroit     W    1    0   1:48             0        1     0       1       0      0         0    0       0       0       0       0            0          0            0
6/22  Connecticut    L    DNP-CD
6/24  at New York    W    DNP-CD
6/29  at Connecticut L    DNP-CD
7/1   at Washington  W    DNP-CD
7/5   at Los Angeles W    DNP-CD
7/8   Chicago        W    1    0   3:15             0        2     0       1       0      0         0    0       0       0       2       0            0          0            0
7/10  at Houston     W    INACTIVE
7/12  New York       W    1    0   4:26             1        3     1       2       0      0         0    0       0       0       0       0            0          0            3
7/18  Chicago        W    DNP-CD
7/20  Detroit        L    INACTIVE
7/21  at Chicago     L    DNP-CD
7/24  San Antonio    L    DNP-CD
7/26  at Sacramento  L    DNP-CD
7/27  at Seattle     L    1    0 14:12              4        8     1       2       2      2         3    1       4       2       0       0            0          0           11
7/29  at Phoenix     L    1    0   8:16             2        5     2       5       0      0         1    0       1       0       0       0            1          0            6
7/31  Washington     W    DNP-CD
8/4   at Connecticut L    1    0 16:45              2        8     1       3       0      0         1    1       2       1       2       0            1          0            5
8/5   Sacramento     W    1    0   4:32             1        1     1       1       0      0         0    0       0       0       0       0            0          0            3
8/7   at Chicago     W    DNP-CD
8/11  at Detroit     L    1    0   6:23             0        1     0       0       0      0         0    0       0       0       1       0            0          0            0
8/15  Connecticut    L    1    0   0:05             0        0     0       0       0      0         0    0       0       0       0       0            0          0            0
8/17  at San Antonio
8/19  Detroit
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    8          TAMMY SUTTON-BROWN                                              Center • 6-4 • 199 • 1/27/78 • Rutgers ‘01 • 6 Yrs WNBA


                          2007 Notes
                          Last Game: Recording her second double-double of the season, she had 19 points and a game-
                        high 10 boards in 28+ minutes against the Sun, 8/15. She added an assist and a blocked shot vs.
                        Connecticut.
                          • Her 19 points against the Sun featured 7-12 from the floor and she is ninth in the WNBA in field
                        goal accuracy, having shot 49.1 percent from the floor this season.                                        Sutton-Brown’s Career Highs
                          • Through the first 18 games of the season, she was the league's best shooter from the field, having     MIN:.......................40, vs. NY, 8/12/05
                        made 56.4 percent of her shots. In the last 14 games, however, she has shot just 55-135 FG (.407).         FGM: .................. 10, vs. ORL, 7/17/02
                                                                                                                                   FGA:......................16, vs. NY, 8/12/05
                          • At Detroit, 8/11, she had 13 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals in 24+ minutes.       3-pt FGM: ..........................................0
                          • Her 13 points against the Shock included 7-10 FT and she has attempted 10+ free throws four            3-pt FGA:...........................................0
times in 2007.                                                                                                                     FTM:.....................10, at ORL, 7/12/02
  • She has had multiple steals nine times in 2007, but once in the last seven games.                                              .................................. vs. IND, 5/28/04
                                                                                                                                   .................................. at PHO, 7/29/07
  • She has scored 10+ points in 24 of 32 games, more than any other player on the team. She has scored at least nine points       FTA:..................... 12, vs. IND, 7/23/05
in 24 of the last 25 games.                                                                                                        .................................. at PHO, 7/29/07
  • She is fifth in the league with an average of 1.34 bpg.                                                                        OR:........................ 7, at WAS, 7/15/04
  • She has had three or more blocked shots seven times season and has had at least two in nine of the last 16 games.              DR: ...................... 12, vs. IND, 6/26/04
                                                                                                                                   TR: ...................... 13, vs. IND, 6/26/04
  • With her first point of the game at Connecticut, she scored the 2,000th point of her WNBA career and she is one of six
                                                                                                                                   ................................... vs. NY, 6/10/07
players in league history with 2,000 career points and 300 career blocked shots.                                                   AST: ...................... 5, at CON, 6/29/07
                                                                                                                                   ST:........................4, vs. CON, 8/27/05
 Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                      BKS: ........................6, at IND, 7/28/04
                                                                                                                                   PTS: ................... 22, vs. ORL, 7/12/02
 • Prior to arriving in Indiana, she spent her entire WNBA career in Charlotte, posting six-year averages of 9.5 ppg, 5.6rpg
                                                                                                                                   .................................vs. CON, 9/15/04
and 1.49 bpg, while shooting 48.5 percent from the field. She was a starter in all but 13 games from 2001-06.                      ..................................vs. MIN. 7/25/06
 • She started all eight playoff games while helping lead Charlotte to the WNBA Finals in 2001.                                    ................................... vs. NY, 6/10/07
 • She is Canadian born and was a member of the 2000 Canadian Olympic Team. Her parents still reside in Toronto.                   Career highs established during 2007
                                                                                                                                   season are underlined bold.




SUTTON-BROWN’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date  Opponent       W-L G   GS MIN                FG   FGA     3P     3PA      FT     FTA       OR   DR     TR       A       PF     ST           TO         BS          PTS
5/19  Minnesota      W   1    0 18:12               4     4      0      0        3       3        1    1      2       2        5      0            2          2           11
5/24  Los Angeles    W   1    1 28:50               3     4      0      0        4       8        4    2      6       0        5      1            0          0           10
5/29  at Minnesota   W   1    1 25:31               5     8      0      0        1       2        1    2      3       1        5      0            3          3           11
6/3   Washington     W   1    1 17:48               1     4      0      0        0       2        1    5      6       0        5      0            5          2            2
6/5   at New York    L   1    1 13:34               4     6      0      0        0       0        2    1      3       0        5      1            3          0            8
6/6   Houston        W   1    1 29:44               5    10      0      0        7      10        1    3      4       3        3      1            1          1           17
6/8   at Washington  W   1    1 20:24               3     5      0      0        0       0        0    4      4       0        5      0            0          3            6
6/10  New York       W   1    1 31:19              10    12      0      0        2       2        3   10     13       2        2      0            7          0           22
6/13  Seattle        W   1    1 21:59               6     9      0      0        3       4        5    4      9       1        2      3            4          1           15
6/15  Phoenix        L   1    1 20:00               6    10      0      0        5       6        2    1      3       0        5      1            3          0           17
6/16  at Detroit     W   1    1 28:00               5    13      0      0        7       9        4    3      7       0        5      3            3          1           17
6/22  Connecticut    L   1    1 19:33               4    12      0      0        2       3        1    4      5       1        3      0            4          1           10
6/24  at New York    W   1    1 33:05               3     7      0      0        5       6        3    4      7       1        2      2            1          3           11
6/29  at Connecticut L   1    1 21:18               4     7      0      0        4       5        1    3      4       5        3      0            3          0           12
7/1   at Washington  W   1    1 29:00               4    11      0      0        1       2        3    4      7       2        5      3            7          0            9
7/5   at Los Angeles W   1    1 29:48               7    10      0      0        0       0        2    3      5       1        3      1            2          3           14
7/8   Chicago        W   1    1 25:10               6     9      0      0        1       1        0    3      3       1        1      0            1          2           13
7/10  at Houston     W   1    1 32:24               8    15      0      0        4       5        4    2      6       1        2      1            3          2           20
7/12  New York       W   1    1 23:31               4    12      0      0        1       2        0    7      7       0        1      1            5          2            9
7/18  Chicago        W   1    1 29:23               4    10      0      0        4       6        2    4      6       1        3      3            2          0           12
7/20  Detroit        L   1    1 23:41               5     9      0      0        6       7        1    1      2       0        5      3            3          0           16
7/21  at Chicago     L   1    1 26:18               5    11      0      0        0       0        1    3      4       0        4      1            4          2           10
7/24  San Antonio    L   1    1 35:29               4     9      0      0        4       6        1    5      6       1        3      0            1          3           12
7/26  at Sacramento  L   1    1 28:35               4     7      0      0        1       2        1    1      2       0        4      2            2          4            9
7/27  at Seattle     L   1    1 20:32               1     7      0      0        8      10        2    3      5       0        2      3            1          0           10
7/29  at Phoenix     L   1    1 26:18               2     9      0      0       10      12        3    6      9       0        5      0            3          2           14
7/31  Washington     W   1    1 20:25               5    11      0      0        3       5        2    2      4       0        3      0            1          0           13
8/4   at Connecticut L   1    1 19:15               4    14      0      0        1       2        5    3      8       1        3      0            0          1            9
8/5   Sacramento     W   1    1 28:42               3     5      0      0        2       2        2    4      6       0        4      0            2          0            8
8/7   at Chicago     W   1    1 28:50               4    12      0      0        2       3        2    5      7       1        0      1            0          4           10
8/11  at Detroit     L   1    1 24:39               3     7      0      0        7      10        2    2      4       3        6      2            1          0           13
8/15  Connecticut    L   1    1 28:21               7    12      0      0        5       7        3    7     10       1        0      0            2          1           19
8/17  at San Antonio
8/19  Detroit
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   35                      KASHA TERRY                                         Center • 6-3 • 185 • 10/21/83 • Georgia Tech ‘06 • 1 Yr WNBA


                              2007 Notes
                              • Last Game: Making her ninth appearance of the season, and seventh in the last nine games, she
                            had no points or rebounds in four and a half minutes against the Sun, 8/15.
                              • The was the only Fever player in uniform to not see action against the Shock, 8/11, drawing a
                            DNP-CD .
                              • She logged three and a half minutes at Chicago, 8/7, and did not have a shot attempt or a             Terry’s Career Highs
                            rebound.                                                                                                  MIN:..................12:10, at CON, 8/4/07
                              • Prior to the game at Detroit, she had played in four straight games and in six of the team's          FGM: ......................3, at SAC, 6/25/06
                                                                                                                                      ....................................at CHI, 7/30/06
                            previous seven outings. Overall, she has made eight appearances in 2007.                                  FGA:.................... 4, vs. WAS, 7/29/06
                              • In just under nine minutes vs. Sacramento, she had one of the best outings of her career with two     3-pt FGM: ..........................................0
points, a career-best five rebounds, one assist, a steal and a blocked shot. Her assist was the first of her career.                  3-pt FGA:...........................................0
  • The league leader in fouls per 40 minutes played (13.3) this season, she has committed one personal foul in the last three        FTM:.......................2, vs. SAC, 8/5/07
games.                                                                                                                                FTA:......................... 4, vs. MIN, 8/3/06
                                                                                                                                      OR:....................... 2, vs. SAC, 8/5/07)
  • Her five boards against the Monarchs featured her first game with multiple (2) offensive boards.                                  DR: ........................ 3, at SAC, 7/26/07
  • In the most minutes of her career, she scored three points with a rebound a blocked shot in 12 minutes at Connecticut, 8/4.       ...............................3, vs. SAC, 8/5/07
  • In her first outing since 6/6, she scored her first four points of the season on 2-2 FG and collected four rebounds with a        TR: .........................5, vs. SAC, 8/5/07
steal (the first of her career) and a blocked shot at Sacramento, 7/26.                                                               AST: .......................1, vs. SAC, 8/5/07
                                                                                                                                      ST:......................... 1, at SAC, 7/26/07
                                                                                                                                      ...............................1, vs. SAC, 8/5/07
   Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                       BKS: ........................ 2, vs. MIN, 8/3/06
   • A Georgia Tech graduate, she was selected by the Fever in the second round of the 2006 WNBA Draft.                               PTS: .......................6, at SAC, 6/25/06
                                                                                                                                      ....................................at CHI, 7/30/06
   • She played overseas during the 2006-07 winter, playing in Spain for 12 games, then competing briefly in Israel. In limited
play due to league certification, she appeared in just five games, though scored 20 or more points in each. She began one             Career highs established during 2007
game on the bench, told that she was not eligible to play, until 3:00 into the contest – at which point she was inserted into the     season are underlined bold.
lineup where she proceeded to score 38 points in 37 minutes1




TERRY’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date  Opponent       W-L G      GS MIN              FG   FGA      3P      3PA      FT    FTA        OR   DR     TR       A       PF     ST           TO         BS          PTS
5/19  Minnesota      W    1      0     3:28          0    3        0       0        0     0          1    2      3       0        1      0            0          0           0
5/24  Los Angeles    W     Inactive List
5/29  at Minnesota   W     Inactive List
6/3   Washington     W     Inactive List
6/5   at New York    L     Inactive List
6/6   Houston        W    1      0     0:18         0        0     0       0       0      0         0    0       0       0       1       0            0          0             0
6/8   at Washington  W     DNP-CD
6/10  New York       W     DNP-CD
6/13  Seattle        W     Inactive List
6/15  Phoenix        L     Inactive List
6/16  at Detroit     W     Inactive List
6/22  Connecticut    L     Inactive List
6/24  at New York    W     Inactive List
6/29  at Connecticut L     Inactive List
7/1   at Washington  W     Inactive List
7/5   at Los Angeles W     Inactive List
7/8   Chicago        W     Inactive List
7/10  at Houston     W     DNP-CD
7/12  New York       W     Inactive List
7/18  Chicago        W     Inactive List
7/20  Detroit        L     DNP-CD
7/21  at Chicago     L     DNP-CD
7/24  San Antonio    L     DNP-CD
7/26  at Sacramento  L    1      0 10:42            2        2     0       0       0      0         1    3       4       0       3       1            2          1             4
7/27  at Seattle     L    1      0     9:03         0        0     0       0       0      0         0    1       1       0       6       0            4          0             0
7/29  at Phoenix     L     DNP-CD
7/31  Washington     W    1      0     1:40         0        0     0       0       0      0         0    0       0       0       3       0            1          0             0
8/4   at Connecticut L    1      0 12:10            1        2     0       0       1      2         1    0       1       0       3       0            1          1             3
8/5   Sacramento     W    1      0     8:35         0        3     0       0       2      2         2    3       5       1       0       1            1          1             2
8/7   at Chicago     W    1      0     3:35         0        0     0       0       0      0         0    0       0       0       0       0            0          0             0
8/11  at Detroit     L     DNP-CD
8/15  Connecticut    L    1      0     4:32         0        2     0       0       0      0         0    0       0       0       1       0            2          0             0
8/17  at San Antonio
8/19  Detroit
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   15                            TAN WHITE                                  Guard • 5-7 • 154 • 9/27/82 • Mississippi State ‘05 • 2 Yrs WNBA


                          2007 Notes
                          • Last Game: Scoring in single digits for just the second time in the last nine games, she had seven
                         points on 2-12 FG, 1-3 3-pt FG and 2-2 FT vs. Connecticut, 8/15.

                            The first Fever player, other than Tamika Catchings, to lead Indiana in scoring and assists in the
                          same game this season, she had 15 points and four assists to go with a rebound in 33 minutes at              White’s Career Highs
                          Detroit, 8/11.                                                                                               MIN:...................36, vs. WAS, 7/31/07
                            • Her 15 points against the Shock included three 3-pt FG and she has made a team-leading and               FGM: ...................... 10, at SEA, 6/4/05
                                                                                                                                       ................................... vs. NY, 5/30/06
                          career-high 40 3-pt FG this season. She is just the seventh player in franchise history with 40+ 3-pt        FGA:....................... 19, at SEA, 6/4/05
                          FG in a single season.                                                                                       3-pt FGM: .................5, at SEA, 6/4/05
  • She led the team with a season-best five assists to go along with 11 points, three rebounds and a steal in nearly 40               .............................. 5, at PHO, 7/29/07
minutes of the double-overtime win at Chicago, 8/5.                                                                                    3-pt FGA:............. 11, at PHO, 7/29/07
  • Her three steals against the Monarchs, 8/5, tied her career-best.                                                                  FTM:...............11, vs. DET, ot, 6/15/05
                                                                                                                                       FTA:................13, vs. DET, ot, 6/15/05
  • She had multiple assists in eight of the first 11 games, but just 10 times in the last 21 games.                                   OR:..........................4, at CHI, 5/26/06
  • She has topped the Fever in scoring 10 times this season, more than any player on the team, other than Tamika Catchings            DR: ...........................5, at DET, 8/1/06
(11 times).                                                                                                                            ................................5, at WAS, 7/1/07
  • In the first 13 games of 2007 she totaled 24 rebounds. In the last 19 she has had 58 boards.                                       TR: ..........................8, at WAS, 7/1/07
                                                                                                                                       AST: .....................5, vs. PHO, 7/18/06
  • Through 12 games, she was the league's leading foul-shooter having shot 23-25 FT (.920). She has made 30-38 FT in the              ST:...................................3, nine times
last 20 games and 13th in the league at 84.1 percent from the line.                                                                    ............(most recent: vs. SAC, 8/5/07)
  • She is among the top five scoring reserves in the WNBA this season with an average of 10.2 ppg in 25 games off the                 BKS: .........................2, at SEA, 6/4/05
bench.                                                                                                                                 ...................................at SAC, 6/25/06
                                                                                                                                       ................................. vs. S.A., 7/24/07
  • Her 16 points in the second quarter vs. Washington, 6/3, tied the fourth most in a single quarter in WNBA history.
                                                                                                                                       PTS: ....................... 26, at SEA, 6/4/05

  Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                Career highs established during 2007
  • Her career scoring high of 26 points came at Seattle, 6/4/05, while making the first start of her career and replacing an season are underlined bold.
injured Tully Bevilaqua.
  • After leading the NCAA in scoring as a college senior, the Fever made her its top draft pick in 2005, selecting the Mississippi State product with the
second overall pick.
  • In college, she ranked among top 50 NCAA scoring and steals leaders all four years at MSU. She was a teammate of LaToya Thomas, now with the Los
Angeles Sparks, and the top draft pick in the 2003 WNBA Draft.
  • She grew up in Tupelo, Miss., which also is the home to Fever teammate Tamika Whitmore. They both attended Tupelo High School.


WHITE’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date   Opponent       W-L G    GS           MIN        FG   FGA    3P     3PA      FT     FTA        OR   DR     TR       A       PF     ST          TO         BS          PTS
5/19   Minnesota      W    1    0          22:24        7    10     0       1       3      3          1    1      2       3        2      1           1          0           17
5/24   Los Angeles    W    1    0          19:09        3     9     1       3       2      3          1    3      4       3        0      0           1          0            9
5/29   at Minnesota   W    1    0          15:27        2     4     0       1       5      6          0    1      1       2        3      2           1          0            9
6/3    Washington     W    1    0          27:15        6     8     2       3       6      6          1    2      3       1        1      0           2          0           20
6/5    at New York    L    1    0          21:43        2    11     0       2       0      0          2    1      3       2        2      0           1          0            4
6/6    Houston        W    1    0          23:28        3     6     3       5       0      0          0    1      1       1        1      1           2          0            9
6/8    at Washington  W    1    0          17:36        2     7     0       0       0      0          0    2      2       1        1      0           2          0            4
6/10   New York       W    1    0          14:26        2     6     1       4       0      0          0    0      0       2        0      0           2          1            5
6/13   Seattle        W    1    0          22:21        8    14     3       5       4      4          0    1      1       2        0      2           2          0           23
6/15   Phoenix        L    1    0          23:55        5    13     0       2       1      1          1    3      4       2        2      0           2          1           11
6/16   at Detroit     W    1    0          20:53        2     5     0       3       2      2          0    1      1       2        0      1           3          1            6
6/22   Connecticut    L    1    0          22:55        6    10     3       6       0      0          0    1      1       1        1      1           2          0           15
6/24   at New York    W    1    0          15:01        1     5     1       4       1      2          0    1      1       0        2      2           3          0            4
6/29   at Connecticut L    1    0          19:02        2     9     0       2       1      2          1    3      4       0        3      1           3          0            5
7/1    at Washington  W    1    0          27:21        5    15     2       4       2      2          3    5      8       2        0      0           3          0           14
7/5    at Los Angeles W    1    0          21:35        2     8     1       4       1      2          0    3      3       4        2      1           3          0            6
7/8    Chicago        W    1    0          19:11        4    10     1       4       2      2          1    2      3       0        4      1           3          0           11
7/10   at Houston     W    1    0          24:13        2    11     1       2       0      0          1    3      4       1        3      1           2          0            5
7/12   New York       W    1    0          21:17        5    13     2       5       4      5          2    4      6       1        2      2           5          1           16
7/18   Chicago        W    1    0          23:12        4     8     0       1       0      2          1    1      2       2        1      2           3          0            8
7/20   Detroit        L    1    0          24:28        5    10     2       6       1      2          0    0      0       1        6      2           2          0           13
7/21   at Chicago     L    1    0          24:54        3     7     2       3       2      2          0    1      1       2        5      0           3          1           10
7/24   San Antonio    L    1    0          19:11        3     6     0       1       0      0          1    1      2       0        6      2           4          2            6
7/26   at Sacramento  L    1    0          27:37        4    14     2       6       4      4          1    4      5       1        2      2           5          0           14
7/27   at Seattle     L    1    0          26:01        5    12     0       2       0      0          0    3      3       4        2      2           6          0           10
7/29   at Phoenix     L    1    1          31:45        9    18     5      11       2      2          0    0      0       0        4      3           2          0           25
7/31   Washington     W    1    1          36:13        6    17     3       6       5      6          2    1      3       2        1      2           1          1           20
8/4    at Connecticut L    1    1          23:56        4    12     0       5       0      0          0    1      1       2        2      0           5          0            8
8/5    Sacramento     W    1    1          32:32        6    16     1       6       1      1          2    4      6       1        4      3           6          0           14
8/7    at Chicago     W    1    1          39:39        4    10     1       1       2      2          0    3      3       5        5      1           3          0           11
8/11   at Detroit     L    1    1          33:02        6    18     3       8       0      0          0    1      1       4        4      0           3          0           15
8/15   Connecticut    L    1    1          35:52        2    12     1       3       2      2          0    3      3       4        0      0           5          0            7
8/17   at San Antonio
8/19   Detroit
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   91                    TAMIKA WHITMORE                                        Forward • 6-2 • 190 • 6/5/77 • Memphis State ‘99 • 8 Yrs WNBA


                             2007 Notes
                             • Last Game: Her up and down season continued as she shot just 4-12 FG and totaled a bench-
                           high 10 points to go with three rebounds, an assist, a team-high three steals and a blocked shot in
                           22+ minutes vs. Connecticut, 8/15.
                             • Her three steals tied her most this season and represented her fourth game with multiple thefts in
                           2007.                                                                                                            Whitmore’s Career Highs
                             • She had six points, a steal and a bench-high six rebounds at Detroit, 8/11. Against the Shock, she           MIN:......................40, at SAC, 6/13/02
                           shot 2-9 FG, 1-2 3-pt FG and 1-2 FT.                                                                             FGM: ............................. 11, four times
                                                                                                                                            ...............(most recent: vs. SA, 8/5/06)
                             • In seven games as a reserve, she has shot 34.6 percent from the floor and 23.1 percent from                  FGA:........................23, vs. SA, 8/5/06
                           behind the 3-pt arc. As a starter, she has shot 42.8 percent FG and 31.5 from long distance.                     3-pt FGM: ............... 3, at MIN, 5/29/07
  • In her seven outings off the bench, she has single-handedly outscored the opposing bench three times.                                   3-pt FGA:...................6, vs. SA, 8/5/06
  • She scored 15 points with three rebounds and a reserves-high three assists in 36 minutes at Chicago, 8/7. Three assists                 ................................... at MIN, 5/29/07
was more than she had in the previous five games combined.                                                                                  FTM:.................... 12, at HOU, 7/23/05
                                                                                                                                            FTA:..................... 13, at HOU, 7/23/05
  • She has blocked nine shots this season and the game with Sacramento was her first with multiple blocks in 2007.                         ...................................at CHA, 7/15/06
  • While coming off the bench, she had one of her best games as a member of the Fever against the Mystics, 7/31. In 28                     OR:.........................6, at CHA, 5/28/05
minutes vs. Washington, she had 17 points and career-high 15 rebounds. That was her first double-double with Indiana and                    DR: ....................12, vs. WAS, 7/31/03
the fourth of her WNBA career.                                                                                                              TR: ....................15, vs. WAS, 7/31/07
                                                                                                                                            AST: ..................... 5, vs. SEA, 6/24/05
  • Her 12 defensive rebounds vs. Washington were the most ever by a Fever player, other than Tamika Catchings, and were
                                                                                                                                            .................................. vs. WAS, 6/7/06
one short of the club record.                                                                                                               .................................vs. PHO, 7/18/06
  • She had just 15 3-pt FG in her first seven WNBA seasons combined, but has made 35 in two seasons with the Fever.                        .................................vs. SEA, 6/13/07
  • In the first 224 regular season games of her WNBA career she had scored 20 or more points 10 times. She has had 20 or                   ST:........................ 5, vs. SEA, 6/11/06
more points 12 times in her first 65 games with Indiana.                                                                                    BKS: ...................... 5, vs. WAS, 8/8/02
                                                                                                                                            PTS: ................... 29, vs. CHA, 6/18/06

  Career & Personal Highlights                                                                                                       Career highs established during 2007
  • One of the biggest highlights of her career, and one of the biggest highlights in Fever history, was her 41-point playoff effort season are underlined bold.
at Detroit, 8/19/06. She established a WNBA Playoffs record for points in a game. She shot 14-25 from the floor, and 10-10 at
the foul stripe. her second half total of 25 points is also a WNBA Playoffs record.
  • She earned her first WNBA All-Star invitation in 2006, finishing her season with career highs of 15.5 ppg and 4.9 rpg.
  • She is one of the most seasoned playoff veterans in WNBA history. She has played in 34 playoff games in eight seasons, which is tied for eighth in
WNBA history.
  • She made WNBA Finals appearances in 1999, 2000 and 2002 with the New York Liberty.


WHITMORE’S GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Date  Opponent       W-L G    GS MIN                   FG    FGA      3P      3PA      FT     FTA        OR   DR      TR       A       PF     ST          TO         BS          PTS
5/19  Minnesota      W   1     1 22:31                  5     15       2       3        4      4          1    4       5       0        5      0           2          0           16
5/24  Los Angeles    W   1     1 27:29                  5     12       0       1        1      2          1    0       1       1        2      0           5          0           11
5/29  at Minnesota   W   1     1 27:20                  7     13       3       6        0      0          1    3       4       2        1      0           2          0           17
6/3   Washington     W   1     1 28:02                  1      4       0       1        4      4          1    1       2       0        2      0           6          0            6
6/5   at New York    L   1     1 27:59                  2      7       0       1        4      4          3    5       8       2        3      0           2          0            8
6/6   Houston        W   1     1 17:52                  2      6       0       1        1      2          1    1       2       0        2      0           2          0            5
6/8   at Washington  W   1     1 30:58                  3      8       2       4        2      2          0    7       7       3        1      0           1          0           10
6/10  New York       W   1     1 29:22                  9     12       0       0        4      5          1    5       6       2        1      1           2          0           22
6/13  Seattle        W   1     1 28:00                  2      7       0       3        2      2          1    7       8       5        2      1           3          0            6
6/15  Phoenix        L   1     1 25:03                  4     11       1       3        0      0          2    5       7       2        5      0           4          0            9
6/16  at Detroit     W   1     1 28:25                  3      8       1       3        0      0          3    6       9       4        4      1           2          0            7
6/22  Connecticut    L   1     1 32:37                  6     11       0       1        3      4          1    4       5       1        2      2           3          0           15
6/24  at New York    W   1     1 29:24                  7     11       1       2        0      0          1    2       3       0        2      0           3          0           15
6/29  at Connecticut L   1     1 27:38                  5     10       1       2        2      4          2    2       4       3        1      0           3          0           13
7/1   at Washington  W   1     1 28:53                  6     10       0       0        0      1          2    2       4       0        1      3           1          0           12
7/5   at Los Angeles W   1     1 22:26                  2     10       0       3        1      3          0    5       5       2        0      1           2          1            5
7/8   Chicago        W   1     1 22:45                  1      5       0       1        0      0          1    3       4       1        2      0           4          1            2
7/10  at Houston     W   1     1 26:30                  5      8       1       1        2      2          0    3       3       2        2      0           4          0           13
7/12  New York       W   1     1 21:01                  3      8       1       3        5      7          3    3       6       1        1      1           2          0           12
7/18  Chicago        W   1     1 17:12                  3     10       1       4        1      1          3    2       5       1        1      0           1          0            8
7/20  Detroit        L   1     1 31:00                  3      9       1       3        2      3          0    5       5       1        5      0           4          0            9
7/21  at Chicago     L   1     1 33:07                 11     16       1       3        3      3          1    3       4       2        2      1           2          0           26
7/24  San Antonio    L   1     1 34:46                  2     12       1       3        0      1          2    3       5       3        1      0           3          1            5
7/26  at Sacramento  L   1     1 19:00                  3     10       0       2        1      2          1    5       6       2        5      0           2          1            7
7/27  at Seattle     L   1     1 12:40                  1      3       0       0        0      0          1    0       1       0        2      0           1          0            2
7/29  at Phoenix     L   1     0 21:36                  5     12       0       3        1      2          3    5       8       1        4      1           2          1           11
7/31  Washington     W   1     0 28:16                  7     13       1       1        2      4          3   12      15       0        3      2           1          1           17
8/4   at Connecticut L   1     0 20:30                  1      6       0       1        2      2          1    4       5       0        2      0           1          0            4
8/5   Sacramento     W   1     0 22:13                  4     12       1       2        7      8          2    2       4       1        2      0           0          2           16
8/7   at Chicago     W   1     0 36:05                  4     14       0       3        7      8          0    3       3       3        5      0           4          0           15
8/11  at Detroit     L   1     0 22:53                  2      9       1       2        1      2          0    6       6       0        6      1           5          0            6
8/15  Connecticut    L   1     0 22:44                  4     12       0       1        2      3          2    1       3       1        1      3           1          1           10
8/17  at San Antonio
8/19  Detroit

				
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