2004 Indiana Fever season

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2004 Indiana Fever season
Coach Brian Winters
Arena Conseco Fieldhouse
Attendance 7,588 per game
Results
Record 15–19 (.441)
Place 6th (Eastern)
Playoff finish Did Not Qualify

The 2004 WNBA season was the 5th season for the Indiana Fever. The Fever missed the playoffs due to the strong competivity in the Eastern Conference. As of the 2010 season, this was the last season Indiana had missed the playoffs.

Offseason[edit]

Dispersal Draft[edit]

Based on the Fever's 2003 record, they would pick 5th in the Cleveland Rockers dispersal draft. The Fever picked Deanna Jackson.

WNBA Draft[edit]

Round Pick Player Nationality College/School/Team
1 9 Ebony Hoffman (C)  United States USC
3 31 Ieva Kublina (F/C)  Latvia Virginia Tech

Regular season[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Eastern Conference W L PCT GB Home Road Conf.
Connecticut Sun x 18 16 .529 10–7 8–9 14–6
New York Liberty x 18 16 .529 11–6 7–10 10–10
Detroit Shock x 17 17 .500 1.0 8–9 9–8 11–9
Washington Mystics x 17 17 .500 1.0 11–6 6–11 9–11
Charlotte Sting o 16 18 .471 2.0 10–7 6–11 8–12
Indiana Fever o 15 19 .441 3.0 10–7 5–12 8–12

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Score Result Record
May 21 New York 69-67 Win 1-0
May 23 Washington 67-68 Loss 1-1
May 28 @ Charlotte 41-63 Loss 1-2
June 1 @ San Antonio 79-60 Win 2-2
June 5 Charlotte 70-57 Win 3-2
June 9 Detroit 79-83 Loss 3-3
June 11 @ New York 72-68 Win 4-3
June 12 @ Detroit 68-72 Loss 4-4
June 16 Sacramento 63-50 Win 5-4
June 19 New York 70-65 Win 6-4
June 22 Connecticut 58-63 Loss 6-5
June 25 Los Angeles 71-67 Win 7-5
June 26 @ Charlotte 37-46 Loss 7-6
June 29 @ Detroit 69-68 Win 8-6
July 1 @ Washington 64-69 Loss 8-7
July 3 Phoenix 61-60 Win 9-7
July 6 @ Connecticut 77-79 (OT) Loss 9-8
July 8 Minnesota 58-56 Win 10-8
July 11 Connecticut 61-65 Loss 10-9
July 14 Houston 70-62 Win 11-9
July 16 Detroit 85-73 Win 12-9
July 19 @ Los Angeles 51-82 Loss 12-10
July 22 @ Seattle 54-59 Loss 12-11
July 24 @ Phoenix 56-71 Loss 12-12
July 25 @ Sacramento 62-71 Loss 12-13
July 28 Charlotte 53-63 Loss 12-14
July 31 @ Houston 54-62 Loss 12-15
September 1 @ Washington 75-58 Win 13-15
September 3 @ Minnesota 69-61 Win 14-15
September 4 Washington 69-42 Win 15-15
September 10 San Antonio 65-82 Loss 15-16
September 13 Seattle 70-76 Loss 15-17
September 16 @ New York 71-77 (OT) Loss 15-18
September 19 @ Connecticut 60-80 Loss 15-19

Player stats[edit]

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Tamika Catchings 34 249 115 67 38 568
Natalie Williams 34 235 62 40 23 349
Kelly Miller 34 108 106 37 5 348
Deanna Jackson 34 113 53 29 6 236
Kelly Schumacher 32 104 25 10 31 224
Kristen Rasmussen 33 113 47 21 14 152
Coretta Brown 26 34 41 7 1 104
Stephanie White 22 28 52 24 5 91
Ebony Hoffman 30 87 21 15 5 60
Niele Ivey 15 10 18 4 3 34
Kate Starbird 12 9 11 6 0 20
Astou Ndiaye-Diatta 10 11 4 1 3 12

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