2014 Los Angeles Sparks Parking Passes
Basketball tends to be all the rage at the Staples Center, and the Los Angeles
Sparks prove on a nightly basis that this is more than just a Lakers/Clippers town. Come out and see some of the top players
in the WNBA as they hit the court looking to put on a show for the Los Angeles faithful, as this is a team can do a little
bit of everything and tends to always be in the middle of one nail-biting matchup or another. Be there for all of the smooth
jumpers, clutch defensive stands and jaw-dropping finishes that will have you jumping your seat in no time as the Sparks look
to shoot their way up the standings this year.
But you also don't want to forget about the parking passes, as it's better
to arrive in style so the only thing you have to worry about is whether or not the Sparks are going to be able to shut down
that star player on the other team. The good news is that the Sparks have more than a fair share of their own star power,
giving you plenty of reasons to put down the remote and head out to see what all the excitement is about surrounding this
team. The Staples Center is known as being one of the best places in the world for a basketball game, and it springs to life
every single time the Sparks take to the court.
Los Angeles Sparks Team Info
Founded in 1997, the Sparks
have had some amazing moments over the years, including winning back-to-back titles in 2001 and 2002 and winning three straight
conference titles around the same time. Lisa Leslie and Nikki Teasley are just a couple of the All-Stars who have made their
mark on this franchise, and you never know when the next superstar is going to take her game to the next level while wearing
the teal, purple and gold of the Los Angeles Sparks. With another talented team that definitely isn't going to quietly this
season, the Sparks are sure to give fans more than a few thrills throughout the season.
Los Angeles Sparks Trivia
you know that Candace Parker was named the MVP and the Rookie of the Year in 2008?
It wasn't exactly hard to figure
out that Parker was going to be an absolute star, as she helped lead her alma mater Tennessee to a national title and then
was drafted with the first overall pick in the 2008 by the Sparks the very next day. From there, it's been one accolade after
another as Parker has established herself as one of the top players in the WNBA.
Los Angeles Sparks Fans
around these parts love basketball, and that passion and intensity comes together in a big way whenever the Sparks get ready
for a big game at the Staples Center. The Sparks have built a tradition of having very good teams that are always difficult
to take down, giving fans plenty of incentive to head out and see what all of the buzz is about as they look to put together
another memorable season. With thousands of fans at your side and the Sparks digging in looking to put the final touches on
a big win, you might even be kicking yourself for not heading out to see the Sparks a whole lot sooner.