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Live Web Cast 1070 The Fan


Date: Friday, June 25, 2010
Time: 10:00 p.m. ET
Site: KeyArena (Seattle, Wash.)
Radio : 1070 The Fan
Television: None
Webcast: Live on FeverBasketball.com


• The Fever brings a three-game win streak to Seattle to face the Storm for the second time in eight days. Indiana beat Seattle 72-65 on June 17, which is one of only two Storm losses this year.

• Both teams have been hot lately, as the Fever and Storm have each won eight of their last 10 games.

• Indiana will try to do something no other WNBA team has done this season: beat the Storm at home. Seattle is a perfect 7-0 at KeyArena this year.

• The Fever begins its longest road trip of the season at Seattle. After Friday’s matchup with the Storm, Indiana travels to Chicago for a Sunday game against the Sky and then departs the next day for a Tuesday contest at Washington.

• The Fever is currently tied for second in the Eastern Conference at 8-4, while the Storm leads the WNBA with an 11-2 mark. A win at Seattle would pull the Fever to within a half game of the Atlanta Dream for first in the conference.

• The Storm averages 83.3 points per game, while the Fever leads the league in defense, only giving up 71.2 points per game. The 65 points Seattle scored against Indiana is its season low.

Players to Watch
Fever – Tammy Sutton-Brown
Sutton-Brown made history in the Fever’s last game vs. Atlanta as she surpassed the 3,000 point mark. In doing so she became only the fifth player in WNBA history to accumulate 3,000 points, 1,500 rebounds, and 400 blocks. Sutton-Brown finished the game with a season-high 16 points in a narrow 94-91 victory over Atlanta. Sutton-Brown has also been a force on defense and is tied for third in the league in blocks per game (1.92).

Storm- Swin Cash
Cash is currently 14th in the WNBA in scoring, averaging 15 points per contest. In her last game she led the Storm with 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds, including six offensive boards. Cash showed her inside and outside game as she went 8-for-16 from the field, while shooting 2-for-3 from beyond the three-point arc.

Probable Starters

F-Tamika Catchings

F-Ebony Hoffman

C-Tammy Sutton-Brown

G-Katie Douglas

G-Tully Bevilaqua


F-Swin Cash

F-Lauren Jackson

C-Camille Little

G-Sue Bird

G-Tanisha Wright

Last Games
Fever – Indiana won its third consecutive game via a 94-91 victory over Atlanta. Five Fever players scored in double-figures, led by 17 points a piece from Tamika Catchings and Katie Douglas. Sutton-Brown scored 16 as she recorded her 3,000th career point. The Fever also received excellent production off the bench, as the non-starters accounted for 29 points, including 10 from Jessica Davenport. The Fever converted 35 points off of 23 forced turnovers, while only committing 12 themselves. Sancho Lyttle was one of three players who scored 20+ points for Atlanta. In addition, Lyttle also grabbed a career-high 20 rebounds.

Storm- Seattle picked up a convincing 82-61 victory over San Antonio. Swin Cash scored 22 and Lauren Jackson added 19 points and 14 rebounds. The Storm pounded the ball inside, dominating the points in the paint battle, 52-26. Seattle also out-rebounded San Antonio 46-23, including 17 offensive rebounds, which led to 20 second-chance points compared to San Antonio’s 7. Chamique Holdsclaw and Becky Hammon each scored 12 points for the Silver Stars.

Indiana trails the all-time series 11-8 and KeyArena has not been kind to the Fever, as Indiana is 1-8 against Seattle on the road. In the last 10 matchups the Fever has been victorious in six. Last year the teams split the two games, with each winning at home. The Fever is 8-3 all-time in games when holding Seattle below 70 points, including 6-1 in the last 10 games