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NBA agrees to terms on a record 11-year, $76 billion media rights deal, AP source says

By TIM RENOYLDS The NBA has agreed to terms on its new media deals, a record 11-year agreement worth $76 billion that would assure player...

Caitlin Clark breaks WNBA’s game assists record with 19 in Fever’s loss to Wings

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Caitlin Clark smiled and hesitated just long enough for Indiana teammate Aliyah Boston to intercept the answer for what it...

Fever set Mercury ablaze in home showing 95-86

Another sold out crowd at Gainbridge Fieldhouse packed the arena in downtown Indianapolis to witness the Indiana Fever take on the Phoenix Mercury on...

Indiana sports icon and civic champion Jim Morris passes away

Pacers Sports & Entertainment (PS&E) announced that their vice chairman Jim Morris died on July 12. Morris was 81 years old. "Jim's life was a...

Fever fall flat at high noon showing vs. Mystics 89-84

For a crisp Tuesday morning, Gainbridge Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis was nearly bursting as more than 17,000 fans gathered to watch the Indiana Fever...

Magic Johnson admires how Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese deal with the hype while uplifting the WNBA 

Magic Johnson admires how Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese are handling the glaring spotlight of expectations and living up to the moments with record-setting...

Reese shines in 88-87 victory over the Indiana Fever

In a thrilling WNBA showdown on June 23 at Wintrust Arena, the Chicago Sky edged out the Indiana Fever 88-87, bringing the Fever's four-game...

The Caitlin Clark hate is already played out

The whispers started early. Could her college dominance translate to the pros? Is her style too flashy for the WNBA? Is she more hype...

Make room WNBA, the rookies are redefining women’s basketball

Everyone is talking about women's basketball; we are here for it! The blogs, the sports commentators and the public are in an uproar about...

Fever extend home winning streak in second victory this season against Chicago

INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Fever (5-10) defeated the Chicago Sky, 91-83, on Sunday afternoon in the second of four meetings this year. The Fever...
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