2017 Indiana Fever

Dated: 07/11/2017

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Summer is certainly not known as basketball season in Indiana. That doesn’t mean that basketball isn’t alive and well in the summer, though. The Indiana Fever, Indianapolis’ WNBA team, has already started its season. Indianapolis-area residents that have not gotten downtown for a game still have time this summer to catch the Fever.

2017 Stats

So far, Candice Dupree leads the Fever in scoring at 14.8 points per game. At 32.7 minutes per game, she also plays the most minutes. At 11.3 points per game and 24.9 minutes per game, Erica Wheeler is second in both of these categories. While the Fever do have a losing record, they have a loss margin of just 5.2 points, and they were very close to winning in a few of their losses. The Fever will have to maintain their current position in the WNBA to have a chance to make the Playoffs. Only the top eight teams make the Playoffs, which start on September 6th.

Schedule and Results

The 2017 Fever season started back on May 14th following two preseason games. Since then, as of July 1st, the Fever are 7-8, which puts them in eighth place in the WNBA. The Fever have 19 games left this season. Nine of these 19 games will be played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Perhaps the best remaining game of the season at Bankers Life, the Fever will play the Minnesota Lynx, who currently lead the WNBA, on Sunday, August 6th. This is a can’t-miss for Fever fans. The regular season will end on Saturday, September 2nd, right before Labor Day.

Theme Nights

Regular attendees of Indiana Pacers games are certainly familiar with Theme Nights. Like the Pacers, the Fever have them too. The Indiana Fever website has a full listing of Theme Nights, but visitors can look forward to two-for-one tickets and “Make It a Family Night.” For “Make It a Family Night” games, each guest receives a hat, a hotdog, chips, a soft drink and a game ticket for just $23.00. After the game, guests are also invited to the floor to try and make a free throw.


Tickets for Indiana Fever games are some of the most affordable in the entire city. Tickets generally start at just $13.00 per person. Lower level, low-row tickets can increase to as much as $65.00 per person. The seats in the lower bowl of Bankers Life Fieldhouse are reserved. However, tickets for the General Admission Club are not reserved. Anyone that buys a $13.00 General Admission Club ticket can sit anywhere in the area. With each paying adult, up to three kids under the age of six can attend certain Indiana Fever games completely free of charge. This is a brand-new initiative offered this season to increase attendance for games. A few of these games have already occurred. However, moving forward, kids under six can attend the game on August 6th against the Minnesota Lynx completely free of charge.

SOURCE: http://fever.wnba.com/

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