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Erin Phillips - Wisla Can-Pack (Krakow, Poland)

Fever guard Erin Phillips spent the early part of the WNBA offseason at her home in Australia, taking time to relax after consecutive seasons overseas and the recent Fever championship. She has been re-united with her club from last year, though, to close the European season and prep for the 2013 campaign. Phillips returns to EuroLeague and Polish League power Wisla Can-Pack, for whom she played in 2011 and 2012. With Wisla, she plays alongside fellow WNBA stars Tina Charles and Alana Beard. | Updates |

Tamika Catchings - Guangdong Dolphins

Coming off a season in which she was named the Defensive Player of the Year and WNBA Finals MVP, Catchings will play in China during the offseason for the Guangdong Dolphins. Last year she played offseason hoops in Turkey, where she averaged 13 points and 6.7 rebounds while playing 11 games for Galatasaray and helping the club to the Turkish Finals against four-time champion Fenerbahce. | Updates |

Katie Douglas

Douglas was one of the Fever's stars this season before being sidelined by an ankle injury during the Eastern Conference Finals. She was rehabbing the injury and preparing to play overseas for the 10th time in her career, this time in Poland. It was determined, however, that surgery was required for the injured ankle and she will remain in Indianapolis doing further rehabilitation through probably February. In the past she has played in Russia, Spain, Turkey, Lithuania, and Greece. | Updates |

Briann January - Ramat Hasharon

January was a consistent, solid performer for the Fever during their WNBA title run this season. After an injury stopped her from playing overseas last season, January will be back in Israel where she played for Ranana Hertzeliya during 2010-2011. This time, she'll be suiting up for Ramat Hasharon. | Updates |

Shavonte Zellous - Mersin

In the absence of Katie Douglas, Zellous stepped up for the Fever in the WNBA playoffs. After averaging 7.5 points during the season, Zellous went off in the Finals, scoring 17 points per game. This winter she'll be back in Turkey playing for Mersin, where she finished fifth in the Turkish League in scoring last year. | Updates |

Erlana Larkins - Mersin

Like Zellous, Larkins emerged as a dominant force in the WNBA playoffs. After starting on two games during the regular season, she started in nine of the Fever's 10 playoff games. This season will be her fourth with Mersin, where she had averaged over 10 points a game in each season that she has played there. | Updates |

Karima Christmas - Maccabi Ramat Hen

Christmas, a second-year player who was originally drafted by Washingon, began this season with Tulsa before being signed by Indiana part-way through the season. She came off the bench in 16 games and averaged 2.9 points and 2.3 rebounds per game. This is her first time playing basketball overseas. | Updates |

Jessica Davenport - Istanbul Universitesi

Davenport was a key role player for the Fever this season. She came off the bench in nearly every game and put up solid number with 6.7 points and 3.4 rebounds per game. This is Davenport's sixth season playing overseas, where she had played for teams in Russia, France, and Turkey in the past. She is back in Turkey for the first time since 2008-09, she will spend her winter with Istanbul Universitesi. | Updates |

Sasha Goodlett - Arras

Goodlett, a rookie out of Georgia Tech, appeared in 26 games for the Fever this season and averaged 3.1 points and 1.6 rebounds. This is her first time playing overseas. She started the winter with Heilongjiang Chenneng in China, but in early December she moved to France to join Arras. | Updates |