2000 Indiana Fever season

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2000 Indiana Fever season
Head Coach Anne Donovan
Arena Conseco Fieldhouse
Attendance 11,267 per game
Results
Record 9–23
(.281)
Place 7th (Eastern)
Playoff Finish Did not qualify
Indiana Fever seasons
< 1999 2001 >

The 2000 Indiana Fever season was their 1st season in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA).

Offseason[edit]

Expansion Draft[edit]

Pick Player Nationality WNBA Team College/HS/Club Team
1 Gordana Grubin (G)  Yugoslavia Indiana Fever (from Los Angeles Sparks) Yugoslavia
8 Stephanie McCarthy (G)  United States Indiana Fever (from Charlotte Sting) Purdue
9 Nyree Roberts (C)  United States Indiana Fever (from Washington Mystics) Old Dominion
16 Rita Williams (G)  United States Indiana Fever (from Washington Mystics) Connecticut
17 Kara Wolters (C)  United States Indiana Fever (from Houston Comets) Connecticut
24 Chantel Tremitiere (G)  United States Indiana Fever (from Utah Starzz) Auburn

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WNBA Draft[edit]

Round Pick Player Nationality Club
2nd 26th Jurgita Streimikyte (F)  Lithuania Pool Comense
3rd 42nd Usha Gilmore (G/F)  United States Rutgers
4th 50th Latina Davis (G)  United States Tennessee
4th 58th Renee Robinson (G)  United States Virginia

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Regular season[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Eastern Conference W L PCT Conf. GB
New York Liberty x 20 12 .625 14–7
Cleveland Rockers x 17 15 .531 13–8 3.0
Orlando Miracle x 16 16 .500 13–8 4.0
Washington Mystics x 14 18 .438 13–8 6.0
Detroit Shock o 14 18 .438 10–11 6.0
Miami Sol o 13 19 .406 9–12 7.0
Indiana Fever o 9 23 .281 7–14 11.0
Charlotte Sting o 8 24 .250 5–16 12.0

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Score Result Record
June 1 @ Miami 57-54 Win 1-0
June 3 Orlando 82-88 Loss 1-1
June 5 Miami 80-59 Win 2-1
June 9 @ Detroit 76-80 Loss 2-2
June 10 New York 62-70 Loss 2-3
June 12 Cleveland 70-83 Loss 2-4
June 17 @ Orlando 79-54 Win 3-4
June 18 @ Detroit 74-111 Loss 3-5
June 21 Sacramento 58-70 Loss 3-6
June 23 New York 60-69 Loss 3-7
June 24 @ Houston 67-93 Loss 3-8
June 28 Los Angeles 73-82 Loss 3-9
June 30 @ New York 70-72 Loss 3-10
July 1 Miami 52-54 Loss 3-11
July 3 Portland 64-68 Loss 3-12
July 6 @ Orlando 60-72 Loss 3-13
July 8 Phoenix 65-66 Loss 3-14
July 12 @ Washington 81-54 Win 4-14
July 14 Seattle 64-45 Win 5-14
July 15 @ Cleveland 55-79 Loss 5-15
July 20 @ Washington 74-85 Loss 5-16
July 22 Charlotte 80-59 Win 6-16
July 24 @ Charlotte 78-82 Loss 6-17
July 26 @ Phoenix 65-79 Loss 6-18
July 28 @ Portland 73-58 Win 7-18
July 29 @ Utah 71-79 Loss 7-19
August 1 @ Seattle 60-66 Loss 7-20
August 3 Washington 71-75 Loss 7-21
August 4 Cleveland 87-75 Win 8-21
August 6 @ Minnesota 75-80 Loss 8-22
August 7 Detroit 63-74 Loss 8-23
August 9 Charlotte 67-51 Win 9-23

Player stats[edit]

Player Minutes Field Goals Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Points
Kara Wolters
Rita Williams
Monica Maxwell
Alicia Thompson
Gordana Grubin
Stephanie McCarty
Danielle McCulley
Jurgita Streimikyte
Chantel Tremitiere
Texlin Quinney
Donna Harrington
Katryna Gaither
Alessandra Santos de Oliveira
Usha Gilmore
Beverly Williams 1 3 0 0 0 0 0

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Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FEVER: Draft History". Wnba.com. Retrieved 2012-11-16. 
  2. ^ "Indiana Fever Draft History". WNBA.com. Retrieved 2012-11-16. 
  3. ^ "2000 Indiana Fever Stats". Basketball-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-11-16.