Indianapolis Natalie Williams had 15 points and 11 rebounds, the 61st double-double of her WNBA career, as the Indiana Fever kept their playoff hopes alive by defeating the Cleveland Rockers, 59-46, Saturday night.
Tamika Catchings, the league's third-leading scorer and sixth-leading rebounder, overcame an eye injury to contribute 15 points.
Catchings caught an inadvertent elbow from LaToya Thomas with 4:13 remaining in the first half, suffering a cut to the left eye that required three stitches. Indiana was leading 25-19 when Catchings was hurt, and the Fever was still ahead, 34-26, when she returned wearing a bandage below her eye with 14:30 to play.
Christy Melvin led Cleveland with 12 points and Thomas scored 11.
Shock 86, Lynx 77
Minneapolis -- Kedra Holland-Corn scored 19 points, all in the second half and overtime, as Detroit clinched the WNBA's best record.
The Shock (24-9), who entertain Washington Monday in their regular-season finale, are the first team in any major sport since 1890 to finish with the best regular-season record in the entire league the year after finishing with the worst.
Sun 74, Mystics 67
Washington -- Katie Douglas scored a career-high 28 points, including eight in a row late in the game, as Connecticut boosted its playoff chances.
Sparks 83, Silver Stars 70
Los Angeles -- Lisa Leslie scored a season-high 31 points as Los Angeles wrapped up first place in the Western Conference.
Storm 71, Comets 64
Seattle -- Lauren Jackson converted a three-point play with 1:26 remaining as Seattle snapped a five-game losing streak.
Monarchs 61, Mercury 54
Sacramento, Calif. -- Yolanda Griffith scored 15 points to lead Sacramento over Phoenix. Anna DeForge led the Mercury with 14 points.