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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Tamika Catchings was still shaking about 30 minutes after the Indiana Fever dropped a tense Game 2 of the WNBA Finals to the Minnesota Lynx.
The Fever star was limited to 24 minutes because of foul trouble, and the steam was practically spewing out of her ears as she talked about letting her team down and gearing up for Game 3 back in Indiana.
"We told our team we are going to bottle up every sense of frustration, every sense of anger, every sense of knowing what we didn't accomplish tonight," Catchings said after the 77-71 loss to the Lynx on Tuesday night evened the best-of-five series at one game apiece. "Put that in a bottle and let it explode when we get back home."