(UNDATED) - Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas has been named the WNBA's Eastern Conference Player of the Week.
The Indiana native and former Purdue University player averaged 19 points, five rebounds, and nearly four assists per game last week as the Fever went two-and-one.
It is the third time in Douglas' career she has been named a player of the week, but her first since joining the Fever this season.
Douglas leads the Fever with a 21.4 scoring average through five games.
Indiana is three-and-two on the year, and is in the midst of a weeklong break, before facing the Houston Comets on Saturday.
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