(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indiana Fever outscored Connecticut 10 to 1 in overtime as they defeated the Sun 94-85.
Katie Douglas became the first player in franchise history to go for back-to-back 30-point games, finishing with 32 points after putting up a career-high 34 in Tuesday's win over Washington.
Tamika Catchings added 23 as Indiana ran its home-court winning streak to ten games.
Asjha Jones led the Sun with 21 points with Sandrine Gruda finishing with 19 points and ten rebounds as Connecticut falls to 9 and 8.
The Fever hit the road to take on the Washington Mystics on Sunday afternoon.
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