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Parker spoils Stewart’s WNBA debut

The Los Angeles Sparks hosted the Seattle Storm in both teams' season openers. 2 players dominated for both teams respectively; however, it was ALL about 1 player.

Parker showcasing why she's elite

Candace Parker has the Los Angeles Sparks on a four-game win streak, their longest in two years, and they aren't looking back.

Candace Parker ready for action

Swish Appeal caught up with Los Angeles Sparks superstar Candace Parker after practice, as she gears up to make her season debut tomorrow against the Minnesota Lynx.

Nneka Ogwumike knows West will win All-Star game

WNBA All-Star Nneka Ogwumike talks with Swish Appeal about the upcoming All-Star Game. She's very excited for teammate Jantel Lavender and knows "West will win."

Charles "honored" to represent New York

Swish Appeal caught up with 6’4" New York Liberty Center Tina Charles regarding her All-Star selection -- and her happiness of playing in her hometown.

Leilani Mitchell's 3-pointer gives Mercury OT win

Leilani Mitchell hit the game-winning three-pointer, which lifted the Mercury past the Sparks in overtime.

Toliver goes for 43 points, sets franchise record

Kristi Toliver scored a career-high 43 points and had nine assists as the Sparks won their second consecutive game.

Ogwumike leads Sparks to 1st win on her birthday

Nneka Ogwumike celebrated her birthday in style, as she led the Los Angeles Sparks to their first victory of the season over the San Antonio Stars.

Lynx too much to handle for Sparks

Strong second half by the Lynx allow them to pull away from the Sparks who are still seeking a victory. Despite the loss, the Sparks are optimistic about what lies ahead.

Sparks' struggles in second half leads to loss

A strong first half was not enough for the Los Angeles Sparks, as they fell to the Seattle Storm and their superior second half play.