Katie Douglas scored 20 points and Tamika Catchings scored 12 of her 18 in the fourth quarter to help the Indiana Fever beat the Connecticut Sun 77-67 on Sunday.

Catchings also had 13 rebounds and four steals for the Fever. She made all eight of her free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter and now has made 30 straight, the second-longest streak in franchise history.

Indiana (6-4), which lost 86-77 at Connecticut on Friday, has won 6 of 8 after losing its first two games this season.

Renee Montgomery was 4 for 8 on 3-pointers and led Connecticut (6-3) with 17 points. Tan White, a former Fever player, added 14 points for the Sun.

Connecticut had won three straight, but Indiana outrebounded the Sun 39-24 and held them to 36-percent shooting.

The Fever led 58-49 at the end of the third quarter and appeared to be in control of the game.

Catchings committed a clear path foul against Montgomery, who made two free throws to cut Indiana's lead to 60-54. Connecticut retained possession and White made a 3 to pull to 60-57. Montgomery hit another 3 to tie it at 60-all with 7 minutes to play.

Catchings took over from there, scoring 12 of Indiana's final 17 points. She stole the ball from rookie Kelsey Griffin, then made a layup with 1:36 to play to give Indiana a 74-63 lead.

Indiana outscored Connecticut 22-10 in the second quarter to lead 42-26 at halftime. The Fever outrebounded the Sun 23-9 in the first half to make up for committing 13 turnovers.