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INDIANAPOLIS

The celebratory confetti has been swept up. The memories have not.

By no means does it seem that six months have passed since the Indiana Fever capped their 13th season with the franchise’s first WNBA title.

Six months it’s been.

Enough time for Finals Most Valuable Player Tamika Catchings, the smiling face of a franchise if not the entire WNBA, to tend to her multitude of charities, speaking engagements, friends and family members. Enough time for Katie Douglas’ injured left ankle, the one forcing the Indianapolis native to miss the WNBA Finals, to fully heal.

 

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