Over the past 10 years, Tamika Catchings has built the Catch The Stars Foundation into a staple among youth outreach programs in Indianapolis.
Whether you're new to the WNBA playoffs (like Sky fans) or new to the league altogether, Sarah Spain tells you the players, teams and storylines to follow in the postseason in this week's "That's What She Said."
In her latest "I'm Just Askin'" column, Adena Andrews has a hurry-up attack of questions after the first week of the NFL season.
The Fever star has been busy rehabbing an injury, upping her mental game and traveling all over during the WNBA offseason.
With the season behind her, Tamika Catchings reflects on the awesome fan support her team enjoyed and focuses on the future.
The three-time runner-up is finally the WNBA MVP, and she gives espnW a look at her gloriously hectic week.
Tamika Catchings is the only player to rank in the top 15 in all five major statistical categories. Her Fever fans have her back for MVP.
A win Sunday helped Indiana, but Connecticut is lurking a half-game behind and Atlanta is finishing strong.
As the WNBA resumes play, five of six teams have a shot in each conference.
Indiana Fever player Tamika Catchings got the most votes for this year's All-Star Game. Here's what she's looking forward to Saturday.
The WNBA player talks about playing overseas in Turkey, giving a commencement speech at her alma mater and the current Indiana Fever training camp that will determine who makes the team.
Tamika Catchings has had a busy few weeks. She's started training with her team in Turkey, but she made a swing back to the States for a few charity events at her alma mater and All-Star Weekend.
Coming out of a three-month break from basketball, Tamika Catchings talks about getting back on the court, her latest training methods, and one special thing that's near and dear to her heart.