Maybe this one started a little early...
Seimone Augustus Minnesota Lynx star and Olympic gold medalist Seimone Augustus is speaking out against the Constitutional ban on same-sex...
The Fever has a group of young players who figure to be part of a core to build around with its veterans, but some of them are in free agency and the team needs to strongly consider bringing them back.
It was a team effort for the Indiana Fever to win the 2012 WNBA title, but can they repeat as champions if they return their core group of players?
I'll have my final breakdown of the WNBA season up later today, but for now a brief roundup of a few reactions from Twitter congratulating the Indiana Fever, Tamika Catchings, and coach Lin Dunn on winning the 2012 WNBA Finals.
It's probably fair to say that nobody expected the Indiana Fever to deny the Minnesota Lynx a second consecutive title. Not only did they accomplish the feat, but they did so in convincing fashion: winning the series 3-1 with an impressive 87-78 win.
Injured Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas remains doubtful for Game Two of the 2012 WNBA Finals after missing Game One due to an ankle injury suffered in the Eastern Conference Finals. But how have the Fever won without their star shooter?