Los Angeles Sparks Schedule in 2014
The Los Angeles Sparks are ready to light it up on the court this season as
they face off with some of the top teams in the Women's National Basketball Association. The Sparks have a team that is brimming
with quality players, and they should have a good chance at contending for the best record in the conference. The Sparks play
in the Western Conference, which is home to some of the best teams in the WNBA. The Sparks were able to post the second-best
record in the West last season but were cut down in the playoffs by the Phoenix Mercury. The Sparks are looking to rise in
the ranks and make a run at the WNBA title, but it's going to take some stellar play at home throughout the regular season
to make it happen.
The Sparks are looking to exact their revenge on the Mercury this season when the two teams match
up, and it's sure to be some of the best basketball played in the WNBA. If the Sparks can show that they're again one of the
best teams in the conference it will be a big confidence boost for this team.
August 8th will bring a big game to the
Staples Center as the Sparks host the Atlanta Dream. The Dream were one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference last season,
and they would love to get a win out west. The Sparks will have a things or two to say about that. Make sure to take a gander
at the schedule to see who else will take on the Sparks in 2014.
Los Angeles Sparks History
the WNBA formed in 1997 the Los Angeles Sparks have been one of the banner franchises i the WNBA. They are one of only to
teams in the league to have a developmental league team. Additionally, the Sparks made three consecutive WNBA Finals from
2001 through 2003 and won back to back titles in 2001 and 2002. It has been well over a decade since the Sparks have brought
a title home to Los Angeles and you can be sure that the likes of Candace Parker and Alana Beard are looking to do whatever
is necessary to bring the Sparks back to the top of the Western Conference standings as well as to a championship title when
the WNBA Finals come to a close. The Sparks have one of the most impressive rosters in the league in 2014 and will certainly
be one of the toughest teams in the league to beat. Be sure to be there from the start as the Los Angeles Sparks embark on
what could be a historic WNBA season.
In the past several years women's professional basketball
has been growing exponentially in popularity and this is evident by the crowds that fill the arenas for each game. Staples
Center is one of the most exciting arenas in all of WNBA basketball and on game day the electricity in the air is enough to
get even the most casual basketball fan bouncing off the walls. As the teams take the court for the opening tip off fans stand
up and refuse to sit down until the home team scores. The game continues, full of back and forth action, big time shots, and
clutch defensive stops. Before you know it the clock is winding down in the second half and the Liberty are wrapped up in
yet another tight contest. Your palms get sweaty with each trip down the floor and each time a Liberty player lets loose a
shot you hold your breath until the ball tickles the twine. This continues until the final buzzer when the crowd erupts after
another important Los Angeles win and the crowd flows out of the arena in jubilation.
Los Angeles Sparks Trivia
did the Los Angeles Sparks play their home games when the franchise was first created?
The answer is the Los Angeles
Forum, the previous home of the Los Angeles Lakers. The Sparks eventually followed the Lakers to the Staples Center after
complaining that playing in the outdated Forum was the cause of low attendance numbers for their home games.
Angeles Sparks Fans
Fans of the Los Angeles Sparks are some of the most passionate hoops fan you'll find anywhere in
the world. Every time the Sparks take to the court at the Staples Center, the stands are sure to be packed to the brim with
fans that love this team. The atmosphere at a Sparks game is simply electric, and that is something that you can see for yourself
when you head out to a game this season. If you've never been out to the Staples Center to see some of the best female basketball
players in the world, then you've been seriously missing out. Make this seas the first of many in which you support the Sparks.