After 16 seasons, 10 All-Star selections, a Finals MVP and league title, WNBA icon Tamika Catchings will play her final regular-season game for the Indiana Fever this Sunday. Catchings, now 37 years old and just a few weeks removed from winning her fourth Olympic gold medal with Team USA, will retire at the end of the year (though the Fever have already clinched a playoff berth).

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Hoping to fill Bankers Life Fieldhouse this weekend, Pacers star Paul George bought 5,000 upper-level tickets and is giving them away free to fans.

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Via the Pacers:

"In an effort to pack the house and cap Catchings' career with a hopeful sellout crowd, complimentary tickets will be distributed to fans on Friday afternoon at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse Box Office.

Fans may collect up to a maximum four tickets per person beginning at noon on Friday at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse Box Office."