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Indiana Fever vs. Minnesota Lynx
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Members of the Indiana Pacers and Houston native Joe Young, Indiana Fever players and Pacers Sports & Entertainment are contributing $20,000 to the relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Harvey and the subsequent flooding in southeast Texas.

The Pacers and Fever players along with PS&E will donate $5,000 to the Indiana chapter of the American Red Cross to support the efforts of Hoosiers in providing relief. The Pacers, Fever and PS&E also will direct $7,500 to the Mayor’s Relief Fund in Houston.

In addition, $1 from every ticket issued for tomorrow night’s Fever-Minnesota WNBA game in Bankers Life Fieldhouse – an anticipated $7,500 – will be donated to the Mayor’s Relief Fund.

“On behalf of our players and in particular Joe Young, our hearts go out to all those affected by this unprecedented weather event and especially our colleagues with the Houston Rockets,” said Pacers President of Basketball Operations, Kevin Pritchard.

“As a native of Corpus Christi with relatives residing in Houston, I have been profoundly touched by the impact of this disaster and hope that in some way, our contributions can begin to aid the recovery from this horrific storm,” said Kelly Krauskopf, President and General Manager of the Fever.


Schedule highlights include:

  • Indiana fans will have the chance to see defending WNBA champion Los Angeles and 2016 MVP Nneka Ogwumike twice this year when the Sparks come to Indianapolis, May 24 (7:00 p.m.) and June 24 (7:00 p.m.).
  • The Fever franchise will retire the jersey of 16-year superstar Tamika Catchings when the Sparks visit the Fieldhouse on Saturday, June 24.
  • One of the Fever¹s largest crowds every season is welcomed during an annual Kids Day game (12:00 p.m.). Indiana hosts San Antonio on Kids Day 2017, on Wednesday, July 12.
  • Indiana¹s longest homestand is a 3-game schedule with Dallas on June 3 (7:00 p.m.), Phoenix on June 7 (7:00 p.m.) and Seattle on June 9 (7:00 p.m.). The club¹s longest road swing is a four-game set, July 17-25, at Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Antonio and Dallas.
  • The second year of the WNBA¹s balanced schedule features a home/road mix that features a pair of home dates with WNBA Finalists L.A. and Minnesota, as well as traditional Western Conference foe San Antonio. Indiana will make a pair of West trips to face Dallas, Phoenix and Seattle.
  • Indiana renews its I-65 rivalry with the Chicago Sky with three matchups: at Chicago, June 18 and June 28, and in Indy on Friday, Aug. 4 (7:00 p.m.).

 

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