Los Angeles Sparks


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Can the Sparks fly?

By The Next / June 21, 2022

Alex and David discuss the changes and potential improvements for the Sparks

Los Angeles Sparks big Nneka Ogwumike looks out at the court from the baseline behind the basket, as a ref stands next to her

How can Sparks turn things around?

By David Yapkowitz / June 21, 2022

There are a couple key issues that continue to hurt the Sparks as they try and turn their season around

Los Angeles Sparks point guard Jordin Canada dribbles up the court while looking upcourt

The Fred Williams era is underway

By David Yapkowitz / June 14, 2022

Fred Williams’ first game as Sparks head coach didn’t quite go as planned but there is reason for optimism going forward

Los Angeles Sparks head coach Derek Fisher stands in front of the scorer's table, looking out towards the court with his arms crossed

LA Sparks part ways with Derek Fisher

By David Yapkowitz / June 9, 2022

After getting off to a slow start the Sparks decided to move on from head coach and general manager Derek Fisher

Los Angeles Sparks head coach Derek Fisher stands in front of the scorer's table, looking towards the baseline and holding out one arm while making a "horns" symbol with his hand

Los Angeles Sparks fire head coach/GM Derek Fisher

By Isabel Rodrigues / June 7, 2022

Fred Williams to serve as interim head coach

Brittney Sykes has the ball at the top of her dribble, while walking up the court

How Chennedy Carter and Brittney Sykes mesh at point guard for the Sparks

By David Yapkowitz / June 3, 2022

Los Angeles is getting a boost from some unexpected playmaking sources


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Breaking down the guard play in LA

By The Next / May 25, 2022

It was definitely going to take a little bit of time to get everybody acclimated to playing with each other

Chiney Ogwumike and Los Angeles Sparks thumbnail

Locked on Women’s Basketball: The Importance of Chiney Ogwumike, Derek Fisher speaks, Los Angeles Sparks ready

By The Next / May 6, 2022

“Chiney is a better catch-and-shoot perimeter shooting player than most people think … it is something we want her to explore more”

Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike (30) during the WNBA game between the Los Angeles Sparks and the Connecticut Sun at Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut, USA on August 28, 2021. Photo Credit: Chris Poss

2022 WNBA season preview: Los Angeles Sparks

By David Yapkowitz / May 3, 2022

With a reloaded roster, the Sparks head into the 2022 season with a lot of reasons for optimism

‘They’re here with purpose’: Sparks training camp gets underway

By David Yapkowitz / April 19, 2022

No matter what, talented players will be left off this roster