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Candace Parker wins AP Defensive Player of the Year

The Sparks star was also named to the AP’s first team All-WNBA.

Sparks end regular season on low note, fall to Aces 84-70

The loss leaves the Sparks in the no. 3 seed for the second straight season.

Sparks double bye dreams take a hit in 80-72 loss to Mystics

Washington beat L.A. in a very close game.

Sparks get off to fast start, coast to 96-70 win

The Liberty had no answers for the Sparks frontcourt.

Sparks shocked on buzzer beater, fall to Storm 90-89

Jewell Loyd hit a 3-pointer with 0.8 seconds left to steal the win for Seattle.

Sparks fly away from Wings with decisive second quarter

L.A. got back in the win column with a 91-83 win.

Sparks clinch playoff spot with 84-79 win over Dream

The bench and the defense supplemented strong performances from Candace Parker, Chelsea Gray, and Brittney Sykes.

Another second-half rally powers the Sparks to an 80-76 win over the Sun

Chelsea Gray and Te’a Cooper led the way for L.A.

Chelsea Gray is giving an ‘Assist for Equality’

The Sparks point guard is making voting her priority for the rest of the 2020 season.

After considering on-court protest, the Sparks will not play against the Lynx tonight

The WNBA stands in solidarity with the NBA, and all three games will not take place.

What we can learn from the Sparks rally against the Wings

The Sparks were at their best in the fourth quarter against Dallas.

Sparks tie game at the buzzer, beat Dream 93-85 in OT

Candace Parker was the hero down the stretch as the Sparks won their sixth consecutive game.

Sparks hold off Mercury 83-74 in throwback Parker-Taurasi duel

Los Angeles let a 23-point lead dwindle to two in the fourth quarter before pulling out the win.

Riquna Williams stays hot in 90-76 win

Riquna Williams led the team in scoring again with 21 points.

Riquna Williams is settling in as the Sparks’ sixth woman

A starting lineup change has revitalized both Williams and the Sparks.

Balanced attack leads L.A. to 81-64 win

The team’s leading scorer, Riquna Williams, only had 13 points, but everyone chipped in.

Hot shooting leads Sparks to 93-78 win

L.A. shot almost 65% from 3-point range in the victory over New York.

Candace Parker dominates as Sparks beat rival Lynx 97-81

The star finished 1 assist shy of a triple-double.

Sparks fold to Aces 86-82 in a thriller

L.A. was shorthanded and couldn’t quite pull of the win.

Sparks vs. Fever final score: Candace Parker takes control early, leading L.A. to 86-75 win

The victory moves the Sparks to 3-2 this season.

Sparks comeback falls just short in 81-75 loss

A huge first-half deficit was too much for L.A. to overcome.

Sparks bounce back with 81-76 win over Sun

A balanced Sparks attack saw four players score in dougle figures.

Kristine Anigwe aims to bring the energy for the Sparks

The second-year center is trying to use her youth to her advantage.

Sparks can’t keep pace with Sky in 96-78 loss

The Sparks fell down early and played from behind nearly the entire game.

Dominant third quarter helps Sparks rout Mercury in season opener

Six players scored in double figures in the Sparks’ first game of the season.

12 things to know about the Sparks for the 2020 season

Consider this your definitive preview for all things L.A. Sparks.

Sparks’ championship dreams may rest on Candace Parker’s shoulders

The two-time MVP is ready to use a season without travel to return to form.

The Replacements: What can Te’a Cooper and Reshanda Gray bring to the Sparks?

The Sparks had to replace two All-Stars who opted out for the 2020 season.

Odyssey Sims vs. Lindsay Whalen was the best WNBA rivalry of the 2010s

Sims/Whalen was an undercurrent of the Sparks/Lynx rivalry that defined the decade.

The Sparks need Chelsea Gray to lead them

After a career year in 2019, the All-WNBA point guard is poised to take the next step on and off the court.

Kristi Toliver and Chiney Ogwumike will not play during the 2020 WNBA season

The Sparks All-Stars cited health concerns for their decisions to opt out of the upcoming season.

The 2020 WNBA season is on

The league announced plans to return in July with a 22-game schedule.

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