Indiana’s Tamika Catchings brings the ball up the court past Connecticut’s Asjha Jones in the first quarter as the Indiana Fever hosted the Connecticut Sun in the WNBA Eastern Conference Finals at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Monday October 8, 2012. / Joe Vitti / The Star
The Indiana Fever’s Tamika Catchings has made the WNBA’s All-Star team seven times, and she was its most valuable player in 2011. She’s also a three-time Olympic Gold Medalist.
Her list of achievements keeps growing.
Catchings –who, along with her team, are just two games away from their first WNBA Championship — is getting a day in her honor in the city of Indianapolis next week.
The city proclamation, signed by Mayor Greg Ballard, declares Oct. 27 “Tamika Catchings Day.”
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