June 23, 2017 INDIANAPOLIS -- Tennessee women's basketball legend Tamika Catchings will be honored for her prestigious career in the WNBA on Saturday night, as the Indiana Fever retire her No. 24 jersey and hang it in the rafters of Bankers Life Fieldhouse during halftime of their matchup against the Los Angeles Sparks. Catchings is the first player in franchise history to have her number retired. During her 15 years with the Fever, she was a 12-time All-WNBA recipient and 10-time WNBA All-Star. In 2012, she led the Fever during a WNBA Championship run and earned Finals MVP. When she retired, Catchings was the leading rebounder in WNBA history and its No. 2 all-time scorer. Her defensive skills
After a difficult five-game, 11-day road trip, the Atlanta Dream return home to take on the struggling Chicago Sky on Friday at McCamish Pavilion in Atlanta. The Dream (5-5) were near the top of the Eastern Conference when they embarked on their trip. The Sky (2-9) traded away superstar Elena Delle Donne in the offseason and have not been able to find any consistency through the first two months of the season.