Years Pro: R
Drafted: By Indiana, first round, 2020 WNBA Draft (3rd overall)
Overview: The first draft pick by the Indiana Fever in the Marianne Stanley era was three-time All-American, Lauren Cox. The third overall selection from Baylor University had her first season with the Fever paused as she started the season in the WNBA Medical Protocol upon arrival in Bradenton, Florida. Cox made her WNBA debut against the Los Angeles Sparks on August 5 and played in the next 13 games. She started the first game of her career on August 9 against the Washington Mystics. Due to a left knee injury, Cox missed the last four games of the regular season.
August 5: Cox played just under 17 minutes and grabbed six rebounds in her WNBA debut against the Sparks.
August 9: In her first career starting nod, Cox played 17 minutes in a win against the Mystics.
August 11: Against the Las Vegas Aces, Cox tallied her best scoring effort in her rookie season with seven points on 3-of-4 shooting to go along with four rebounds.
August 20: In the best win of the 2020 season against the Seattle Storm, Cox pulled down a career-best seven rebounds in 15 minutes of action off the bench.
August 31: Cox stuffed the stat sheet with six points, a career-best four assists and three rebounds.