INDIANAPOLIS, June 15 (Ticker) -- The Indiana Fever had to play an extra period, but they remained among the unbeaten at home.

Ebony Hoffman scored four of her career-high 16 points in overtime as the Fever improved to 5-0 at the Conseco Fieldhouse with an 84-79 victory over the Detroit Shock.

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Indiana (6-3) is one of three teams unbeaten at home this season. Western Conference-leading Sacramento (4-0) and Connecticut (3-0), the top team in the East, are the others.

Hoffman, who had failed to reach double figures in the first 38 games of the her career, tied the score at 77-77 on a hook shot just 29 seconds into the extra period. Her putback off a missed free throw by Tully Bevilaqua with 1:46 left gave the Fever their first lead in the overtime at 80-79.

Tamika Catchings and Kelly Miller both made two free throws down the stretch to seal the win.

The Fever almost won in regulation when Miller's 3-pointer with 3.4 seconds left put them ahead 75-73. But the Shock (5-3) answered back when Chandi Jones took a bump from Bevilaqua and banked home a runner as time expired.

Catchings, who had shot just 6-of-39 (15 percent) from the field in her previous three games, scored 20 points, grabbed 16 rebounds, handed out eight assists and collected six steals.

Deanna Nolan scored 32 points, including all four of Detroit's points in overtime. Elaine Powell added 14 points and seven assists for the Shock, who lost for the third time in their last four games.