Meanwhile, the San Antonio Stars will be the Fever’s opponent on Friday night, seeking their first road win of the year, while the Fever are in search of a fourth straight victory.
After Wednesday's 88-65 victory over Seattle, Indiana (6-6) is in position to top .500 for the first time and all but forgot its 0-3 start. The Fever have held their last two rivals to 57.5 points per game and 34.9 percent shooting, including 8 for 37 (21.6 percent) from 3-point range.
The team is averaging 84.3 points and shooting 51.6 percent on the winning streak, with Tamika Catchings putting up 17.7 on 62.5 percent. The forward had shot 7 of 41 (17.1 percent) for 7.2 points per game over her previous four and totaled just seven on 1-of-15 shooting in two meetings with San Antonio last season.
Indiana last won four straight May 25-June 6, 2014, which preceded its split with San Antonio while the Stars defeated the Fever 71-70 in Indiana on July 5 of last year before the Fever won 75-68 in San Antonio on July 26.
During the Fever’s 88-65 win over visiting Seattle, forward Lynetta Kizer, who finished with 17 of those bench points to match her highest total in an Indiana uniform, led all scorers.
Meanwhile, San Antonio (3-8) is coming off Wednesday's 70-63 home win over Los Angeles behind a season-high 22 points and eight assists from Danielle Robinson. The guard is putting up 13.8 points per game in her last six after averaging 6.4 over her first five.
The Stars remain 0-5 in opposing arenas, and their scoring issues have followed them everywhere. Their average of 71.6 points is better than only Seattle (68.0) and their 41.3 percent shooting mark is the league's third worst.
Sophia Young-Malcolm of Stars has at least provided the team with a boost on the road. The forward has scored 18.7 points over her last three away games.