Ice join effort to help Fever bring championship to Indy

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The Indiana Ice has joined the popular local effort to help the Indiana Fever toward a hopeful WNBA championship.

Following the efforts of players and coaches from the Indiana Pacers and Indianapolis Colts, the Ice has purchased 500 tickets to donate to fans wanting to attend Sunday night's WNBA Finals Game 4 (8:00 p.m., ESPN2, 1070 The Fan).

An Indiana victory on Sunday evening would clinch the city's first professional basketball championship since the 1973 Indiana Pacers in the ABA. Fever fans may collect up to a maximum four tickets per person beginning at noon on Saturday at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse Box Office. Fans may also collect tickets via the internet at <>. There will be a small TicketMaster fee to get tickets in this manner. Additional balcony tickets may be purchased for $10.

Fans are once again encouraged to wear RED to Sunday's game, the same as they did Friday when they recorded the Fever's third sellout crowd (18,165) in as many Finals games in its history. Another sellout audience is anticipated.