Fever Drafts Howard, Achonwa

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The Indiana Fever selected Florida State forward Natasha Howard with the fifth pick and Notre Dame center Natalie Achonwa with the ninth choice in the first round of the 2014 WNBA Draft. Indiana also drafted Gonzaga guard Haiden Palmer with the 29th overall selection. | Draft Recap | Indiana Adds Depth | Howard Photos | Achonwa Photos |

Crawley Joins Fever Staff

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The Indiana Fever named former WNBA star Sylvia Crawley as an assistant coach, filling the role vacated last week by Mickie DeMoss. Crawley is a former college head coach at Ohio University and Boston College and played four WNBA seasons in Portland and San Antonio from 2000-03. | Official Release | Photo Gallery: Crawley's Career |

Fever Sign George, Morrison

The Indiana Fever has announced the signing of forward Jennifer George and center Ziomara Morrison. George was a third-round draft pick of the Fever in 2013, but chose not to play professionally last summer. Morrison is a 6-4 center from Chile who previously played in the WNBA with San Antonio. | Official Release | Photos: George | Morrison |

DeMoss Leaving Fever

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Indiana Fever assistant coach Mickie DeMoss has been named the associate head coach at her alma mater, Louisiana Tech University, it was announced April 2. DeMoss, who spent two seasons with the Fever, will assist Tyler Summitt who was named as head coach of the Lady Techsters. | Official Release | Photos: DeMoss with the Fever |

Larkins Re-Signs with Fever

The Indiana Fever has re-signed restricted free agent Erlana Larkins to a multi-year contract. One of the top rebounders in the WNBA, the 6-1 power forward and former North Carolina Tar Heel produced 7.8 boards per game in 2013 to pace the Fever and rank eighth in the WNBA. | Official Release | Photos: Larkins' 2013 Season |

Fever Signs Marissa Coleman

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The Indiana Fever has signed veteran forward Marissa Coleman to a multi-year contract. Coleman was a restricted free agent who has spent five WNBA seasons between Washington and Los Angeles. The 6-1 Coleman has averaged 5.8 points per game in her career. | Official Release | Hotchkiss: Coleman Could Be Perfect Fit | Coleman Career Photos |

Pohlen Gearing Up for Season

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As she eyes the start of the 2014 season, Indiana Fever guard Jeanette Pohlen spent time before a shooting workout last week with FeverBasketball.com's Bryce Marsee to discuss her off-season progress and what she’s looking forward to this season. | Read More | Related: 2013 Player Review | Photos: Pohlen's 2013 Season |

Fever Wishes Douglas Well

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With news that Katie Douglas has signed a contract with the Connecticut Sun, the Indiana Fever franchise has extended its best wishes to the former Fever star. "We wish Katie the best in Connecticut and appreciate all she's done for our franchise!" said Fever coach Lin Dunn. | Official Release | End of an Era | Photos: Douglas' 2013 Season |

Keep Track of Fever Overseas

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Six Fever players are currently playing overseas, including newly-acquired Lynetta Kizer and four starters from last year's team, including Briann January (pictured) in Brazil. Stay up to date on how they've been doing with FeverBasketball.com's overseas updates: | Christmas | Hassell | January | Kizer | Larkins | Zellous |

Fever Trade for Pick, Kizer

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The Indiana Fever has acquired a first-round draft pick and power forward Lynetta Kizer from the Phoenix Mercury in a trade announced today that sends combo guard Erin Phillips to Phoenix along with Indiana’s second-round pick in the upcoming WNBA Draft. | Official Release | PHOTOS: Lynetta Kizer Career Gallery |

New CBA Approved

The Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) and the Women's National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA) announced today that they have entered into a new eight-year collective bargaining agreement. The new CBA includes an additional 12th roster spot. | Official Release |

Pohlen Talks to Youth Leaders

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Fever guard Jeanette Pohlen talked with young leaders from local high schools on Wednesday, Feb. 26 at the Indiana Youth Leadership Summit hosted by INCASA. Check out video highlights of Pohlen's talk. | Watch Video |
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2014 WNBA Draft Howard, Achonwa Picked
Sylvia Crawley New Assistant Coach
Fever Sign Two George, Morrison
Mickie DeMoss Leaving Fever
Larkins Re-Signs Multi-Year Contract
Marissa Coleman Signs with Fever
Jeanette Pohlen Gearing Up for Season
Fever Statement On Katie Douglas
Overseas Updates Follow the Fever
Fever Make Trade Get Pick, Kizer from PHX
New CBA Approved WNBA Announcement
Jeanette Pohlen Youth Leadership Summit
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Offseason Player Updates

Karima Christmas | #11 | Forward
Karima Christmas
Club: Maccabi Ramat Hen
Country: Israel
Layshia Clarendon | #5 | Guard
Layshia Clarendon
Club: USK Praha
Country: Czech Republic
Marissa Coleman | Guard/Forward
Marissa Coleman
Club: KB Stars
Country: South Korea
Offseason Update: Coleman Signs with Fever »
Jasmine Hassell | #12 | Forward
Jasmine Hassell
Club: Rivas Ecopolis
Country: Spain
Offseason Update: Hassell Moves to Spain »
Briann January | #20 | Guard
Briann January
Club: Marnahao
Country: Brazil
Lynetta Kizer | Forward
Lynetta Kizer
Club: Good Angels Kosice
Country: Slovakia
Offseason Update: Fever Trades for Kizer »
Erlana Larkins | #2 | Center
Erlana Larkins
Club: Familia Schio
Country: Italy
Shavonte Zellous | #1 | Guard
Shavonte Zellous
Club: Galatasaray
Country: Turkey
Tamika Catchings | #24 | Forward
Tamika Catchings
Catchings has elected not to play overseas this offseason, choosing to rest and spend quality time with her family.
Jessica Davenport | #50 | Center
Jessica Davenport
Davenport is spending her offseason rehabbing from surgery to repair a left tibia stress fracture.
Jeanette Pohlen | #32 | Guard
Jeanette Pohlen
Pohlen has elected not to play overseas through the holiday season, though she may opt to head abroad at the start of 2014.