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Los Angeles Sparks - Facts and Seasonal Win/Loss Record

Offices: 2151 E Grand Ave, Ste 100, El Segundo 90245
Telephone & Fax: (310) 341-1000; Fax (310) 341-1029
Web site: www.lasparks.com
Home: Staples Center (Capacity:
19,060)
Affiliation: Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) (Western Division)
Owner:
Sparks LA Sports, LLC  (since 2014)

WNBA Championship Titles

2016 (vs. Minnesota Lynx)
2002 (vs. New York Liberty)
2001 (vs. Charlotte Sting)

In the 2003 Finals, the Sparks lost 2 of 3 games to the Detroit Shock

WNBA Western Conference Champions

2003 (vs. Sacramento Monarchs)
2002 (vs. Utah Starzz)
2001
(vs. Sacramento Monarchs)

Seasonal Win/Loss Record

Season Wins-Losses Percentage
2016 26-8 0.765
2015 14-20 0.412
2014 16-18 0.471
2013 24-10 0.706
2012 24-10 0.706
2011 15-19 0.441
2010 13-21 0.382
2009 18-16 0.529
2008 20-14 0.588
2007 10-24 0.294
2006 25-9 0.735
2005 17-17 0.500
2004 25-9 0.735
2003 24-10 0.706
2002 25-7 0.781
2001 28-4 0.875
2000 28-4 0.875
1999 20-12 0.625
1998 12-18 0.400
1997 14-14 0.500

Source: Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)

 

On July 30, 2002, in a game against the Miami Sol at Staples Center, L.A. Sparks center Lisa Leslie became the first WNBA player to dunk in a game when she threw down a one-handed breakaway lay-up with 4:44 remaining in the first half.  Despite the historic dunk, Miami defeated the Sparks 82 to 73.

On June 21, 1997, the Los Angeles Sparks and the New York Liberty launched the first WNBA game at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood. Although Sparks guard Penny Toler scored the WNBA’s first basket during that game, New York won 67-57.

In the 2001 season, the Los Angeles Sparks became the first WNBA team to go undefeated at home for an entire season, finishing 16-0 at STAPLES Center. That same season, the Sparks also claimed their first WNBA Championship that, in addition to the championship title won by the NBA Lakers, gave Los Angeles a sweep of professional basketball titles.

 

 

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