LA Sparks WNBA coverage
Following a disappointing year, Los Angeles faces a critical offseason that has the potential to shape their future.
After a rollercoaster of a year, let’s assess what went right and wrong for Los Angeles ahead of their pivotal offseason.
Los Angeles is playing their best ball of the season and the 32-year-old is a big reason why.
Let’s take a look at the season awards picture before the Sparks enter the final quarter of the year.
Before WNBA action resumed, general manager Karen Bryant and head coach Curt Miller took a moment to reflect on the 2023 campaign so far.
With twenty games in the books, the Sparks have reached the halfway point of the season. So let’s hand out some awards based on what we’ve seen thus far.
Between a deluge of injuries and tough competition, Los Angeles’ losing skid continues.
Although Nneka Ogwumike and Jordin Canada have been spectacular, it hasn’t resulted in any wins for the Sparks this homestand.
Beyond her scoring, the 22-year-old showcased the ability to impact the game in multiple facets in her WNBA debut.
LA is trading Gabby Williams to the Seattle Storm for Katie Lou Samuelson and the No. 9 pick in the 2022 WNBA Draft.
The Sparks lose yet an other unrestricted free agent.
The longest season in league history will feature a true home court for one of the WNBA’s original franchises.
With their playoff hopes in the balance, the Sparks were unable to get the victory.
With great defense and efficient scoring, Los Angeles beat Seattle 81-53.
Guirantes is the latest Spark to be pushed into a larger role due to the team’s never-ending spate of injuries.
In total, seven current and former Sparks made the list of the 25 greatest players in WNBA history.
This is the fifth straight loss for L.A.
L.A. lost 76-61 against Connecticut
L.A. lost 76-72 to Connecticut.
The Sparks have won 18 in a row at Staples Center.