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MINNEAPOLIS - No Katie Douglas, no problem for a Fever team that is playing its best basketball at the right time. Despite missing the talented forward-who is back in Indianapolis nursing a sprained ankle-Indiana found a way to finish strong and pull out...
The Hartford CourantThis was not the supposed to be the story line. This was not supposed to be the story line at all. This was the night the Sun were supposed to celebrate their return to the WNBA Finals for the first time in eight years. This was the night the Sun were...
Tags: Jessica Moore, Sports, Mike Thibault, Minnesota Lynx, Basketball
INDIANAPOLIS - She was going to be the hero at first, but instead she was turned into a nervous spectator at the end of Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals. About 56 seconds before it was Katie Douglas who appeared to have a chance to keep the Fever'...
Tags: Sports, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Basketball, Banking
The Hartford CourantSeventy-five seconds into the WNBA Eastern Conference finals, Tamika Catchings was going to score 75 points, grab 75 rebounds and block 75 shots. Catchings, one of the three best women's basketball players on the planet, blocked an Asjha Jones shot,...
Tags: Sports, Mike Thibault, Ice Hockey, Asjha Jones, Basketball
I remember sitting at the Fieldhouse about three years ago when the Indiana Fever and Phoenix Mercury were playing for the WNBA Championship. It was game three of the best-of-five series. It was late in the game, a time out had just been called and the...
Tags: Indiana Fever, Phoenix Mercury
INDIANAPOLIS - For the final regular season game of the season, Lin Dunn's bench consisted of a three players. Briann January, Shavonte Zellous and Katie Douglas were among the collection of players held out for the Fever's decisive win over Tulsa on...
Tags: Sports, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Symptoms, Basketball
The Hartford CourantUNCASVILLE — Their Achilles' heel could be the Achilles' heel. Or it could be a collective lack of past playoff success. Then again, if Asjha Jones, whose summer changed July 11 against Washington when she stepped on Michelle Snow's foot, steps...
Tags: Sports, Maya Moore, Mike Thibault, Geno Auriemma, Plan B (drug)
I remember the first time I meet Tamika Catchings. She seemed like a happy-go-lucky type of gal who just enjoyed playing basketball. To look at her was really nothing special. She is only about 6'1" with a slender build. If you put her in a line with...
Welcome to the most important days of the Cubs’ season. Welcome to the most unsatisfying days of the Cubs’ season. So Cub. The amateur draft begins Monday and continues into Tuesday and Wednesday until, I believe, every graduating high...
INDIANAPOLIS - The sight wasn't just ugly for fans in New York and Chicago. For Briann January, it was a flashback. On Saturday Bulls guard Derrick Rose and Knicks guard Iman Shumpert crumbled to the ground in pain, clutching their knees after tearing...
Long before Bubba Watson cried as The Masters champion, he cried after winning his first PGA Tour title, the 2010 Travelers Championship. Here's how Courant columnist Jeff Jacobs told the story: CROMWELL -- If you saw the pitching wedge Bubba Watson...
Et cetera Phelps-led U.S. relay team 3rd in 400 free Michael Phelps of Fells Point and his United States teammates finished third in the 400-meter freestyle relay on the first day of the World Swimming Championships in Shanghai, China. The Americans...
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