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Because a trophy with many hands on it is how that trophy was earned. Together. | The Fever celebrate their 2012 WNBA Championship.

espnW Photos of the Year 2012

"When you come into this league, your goal and dream is to win a WNBA championship," the Fever's Tamika Catchings said.

The reigning WNBA MVP Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever continues to help kids chase their dreams to one day catch the stars and be on top of the world. #WNBA #charity #Indiana #Fever #basketball

The reigning WNBA MVP Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever continues to help kids chase their dreams to one day catch the stars and be on top of the world.

WNBA player Candice Wiggins

Years after her dad died in 1991 of AIDS complications from drug use, WNBA player Candice Wiggins reached this conclusion: Stigma and denial in the black community help the virus take more lives.

Indiana Fever's Katie Douglas (23) waits at the score's bench to re-enter the game during the first half of an WNBA basketball game at Banke...

Indiana Fever's Katie Douglas waits at the score's bench to re-enter the game during the first half of an WNBA basketball game at Banke.

Lisa Leslie, three-time WNBA MVP, a four-time Olympic gold medal winner, and a Girl Scout

Lisa Leslie, three-time WNBA MVP, a four-time Olympic gold medal winner, and a Girl Scout

WNBA Skylar Diggins 4 set the Tulsa Shock franchise record for most points in a single season.

WNBA.com: Playoffs 2012

Herb Simon, owner of the Indiana Fever, hoists the WNBA Championship trophy with his team.

Members of the Fever celebrate after winning their 1st WNBA title

Members of the Indiana Fever celebrate with the trophy after winning the WNBA basketball Finals against the Minnesota Lynx in Indianapolis, Sunday, Oct. The Fever won to clinch their first WNBA championship.

The WNBA's Indiana Fever Are Writing Women's Basketball's Next Chapter - Forbes

The WNBA's Indiana Fever Are Writing Women's Basketball's Next Chapter

The WNBA's Indiana Fever Are Writing Women's Basketball's Next Chapter - Forbes

The Fever's Tamika Catchings gives thanks.  #WNBA

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The Fever's Tamika Catchings gives thanks during introductions in Game 2 of Indiana's WNBA Eastern Conference semifinals against the Chicago Sky at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Sue Bird - Bing images

Seattle Storm re-sign Sue Bird and Tanisha Wright

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