Pokey Chatman Will Not Return as Head Coach & General Manager
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Fever announced today that Pokey Chatman will not return as head coach and general manager of the Fever.
"We want to thank Pokey for her time with our franchise and we wish her the absolute best," said Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever Vice President of Basketball Operations. "Our organization is optimistic about our future as we continue to build on our 20-year legacy as one of the WNBA's most successful franchises."
Chatman was named head coach of the Indiana Fever on Nov. 18, 2016. In three seasons with the Fever, she compiled a 28-74 record.
The search for a new coach and general manager will begin immediately.
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