WNBA News

Brittney Sykes ready to build on her 2020 season with Los Angeles

It’s the growth for Brittney Sykes. Following a stellar wubble season that was capped off with an All-Defensive team honor, Brittney Sykes inked a multi-year deal to return to the Los Angeles Sparks. “I’m very big on stability,” Sykes said to media in her presser on Tuesday. “I’m very big on seeing how something plays […]

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Erica Wheeler excited for new beginnings with Los Angeles Sparks

For the All-Star, the opportunity to play in Los Angeles is “super unreal.” Newly signed Erica Wheeler has a message for fans of the Los Angeles Sparks. “You’re going to get a player that’s going to play with passion and the will to want to win,” the undrafted guard said in her opening press conference […]

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Candace Parker is reportedly heading to the Chicago Sky, leaving Los Angeles

The two-time MVP with the Los Angeles Sparks is going home to Chicago. As first reported by Nick Niendorf of The Next Hoops, Candace Parker was in talks with the Chicago Sky about her joining the team after spending 13 seasons with Los Angeles. On Wednesday afternoon, ESPN reported that the WNBA superstar has committed […]

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Los Angeles Sparks re-sign young, fashioned guard Te’a Cooper

Te’a Cooper was the only rookie on the Los Angeles Sparks roster during the 2020 WNBA season so she was soaking up all of the advice from veterans throughout the whole season.

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Sparks renew contract with assistant coach Latricia Trammell

The Sparks assistant coach is keeping her talents in Los Angeles. On Thursday, the Los Angeles Sparks announced in a press release that they are renewing their contract with Assistant Coach Latricia Trammell. This announcement of the contract renewal comes after a reported offer was made to Trammell by the Dallas Wings to join the […]

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Momentum propels the Sparks in victory over Connecticut Sun

The first of many character wins of the season for the Sparks Energy was imperative for the Los Angeles Sparks in their 81-76 win over the Connecticut Sun as they maintained momentum in the second half of the game. Los Angeles handed the Connecticut Sun their third loss in a row (0-3) as the Sun […]

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Sparks not able to get over hump in loss to Chicago Sky

Sparks could not break through the Chicago Sky’s lead and pace It was a rollercoaster of energy for the Los Angeles Sparks in their 96-78 loss to the Chicago Sky. The Sparks fell behind early and could not recover from the Sky’s constant big leads. Four Sparks players finished the game in double-digit scoring. “Chicago […]

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