White hopes to be ready for camp
INDIANAPOLIS -- Guard Stephanie White re-signed with the Indiana Fever on Thursday while working her way back from reconstructive surgery on her left knee.
White's knee buckled during a game against New York in August. She hopes to be ready to play when training camp opens in April.
White began her WNBA career with Charlotte in 1999, then was taken in the 2000 expansion draft by Miami before being traded to Indiana.
White averaged 7.2 points in 2000 and 5.6 points in 2001 before sitting out the 2002 season after having surgery three times to repair injuries to her left knee and ankle.
She returned last year and scored 6.9 points in 10 starts and set a Fever record by shooting 93.8 percent from the free throw line. She was third on the team in scoring.
Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press
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