Hot game night

The Sparks came from behind to squeak by the Storm, 65-64. Nneka Ogwumike lead Los Angeles with 24 points.

Sparks guard Alana Beard said the win is a good sign for the team, which has struggled on the road.

“This was a huge win for us because all season long we kept trying to figure out who we are as a team,” Beard said. “As ugly as this game was for us, I think it showed how special we really are and how special we could be. I was very proud of the way everyone pulled together and locked down defensively and got the win.”

The Silver Stars picked up a much-needed win by upending the Sun, 60-52. It was Connecticut’s second loss in two days.

The Eastern Conference-leading Sky put away the Liberty, 80-69. It was Chicago center Sylvia Fowles’ first game back from injury.

Tomorrow’s game previews:

Arguably, the game of the weekend might be the Lynx at Mercury. Minnesota is trying to get their fourth win of the series.

Dream is at Shock

Fever visits Mystics

3 COMMENTS

  1. Nice to see Nneka have a strong game. She crushed it. Those two blocks in the last 10 seconds were epic. If she can keep her game elevated LA will be strong in the playoffs.

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