|WNBA||09/19 22:00||1|| IND Fever v CHI Sky ||L||87-98|
|WNBA||09/17 23:00||1|| MIN Lynx v IND Fever ||L||92-73|
|WNBA||09/14 23:00||1|| IND Fever v ATL Dream ||L||78-85|
|WNBA||09/12 23:00||1|| IND Fever v MIN Lynx ||L||80-90|
|WNBA||09/11 00:00||1|| IND Fever v MIN Lynx ||L||72-89|
|WNBA||09/06 23:00||1|| PHX Mercury v IND Fever ||L||86-81|
|WNBA||09/04 17:00||1|| PHX Mercury v IND Fever ||L||87-65|
|WNBA||08/31 23:00||1|| LA Sparks v IND Fever ||W||72-74|
|WNBA||08/28 17:00||1|| LV Aces v IND Fever ||L||87-71|
|WNBA||08/21 00:00||1|| IND Fever v DAL Wings ||W||83-81|
|WNBA||08/18 02:00||1|| IND Fever v PHX Mercury ||L||80-84|
|WNBA||08/16 01:00||1|| IND Fever v LA Sparks ||L||70-75|
The Indiana Fever are an American professional basketball team based in Indianapolis, Indiana, playing in the Eastern Conference in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). The team was founded before the inaugural 2000 season began. The team is owned by Herb Simon, who also owns the Fever's NBA counterpart, the Indiana Pacers, and Simon Malls.
The Fever has qualified for the WNBA Playoffs in 13 of its 21 seasons in Indiana. Some of the players who have helped define the history of the Fever include the American players Tamika Catchings, Katie Douglas, and Tully Bevilaqua from Australia. In 2009, the Fever went to the WNBA Finals but fell short to Phoenix. On October 21, 2012, the Fever won the WNBA Championship with a win over the Minnesota Lynx. Tamika Catchings was named the series MVP.