LA Sparks Aiming High

Torrance, CA – This LA Sparks team is ready for a long run this season as head coach Curt Miller enters his second season. He has been shaping his roster to fit his defensive, active style like he had with the Suns. Miller’s teams are no strangers to making deep runs in the playoffs.

This year team signed their top two draft picks Cameron Brink out of Stanford along with Rickea Jackson of Tennessee where she torched SEC defenses. These dynamic additions will bring an attack to be competitive.

Rickea Jackson (fi360 News)

“We came in to help make a difference,” said Brink, “to help this team win.”

The 12 player roster will be final and will tip off in a week opening at Long Beach State Pyramid against Atlanta Dream.

The W is expected to gain an uptick in viewership’s this season the wave from the NCAA Women’s Basketball excitement. The South Carolina Gamecocks raising the trophy and elevating the game.

The Sparks have two highly anticipating games that should exceed the capacity at the Pyramid. With both the Clippers and Lakers being bounced from the playoffs allows for the team to come home and play on May 24 showdown against Caitlin Clark and the Indiana Fever. The lady teams and young fans will have to opportunity to see the Sparks in action with full support.

Head Coach Curt Miller sitting with General Manager Raegan Pebley (Photo by fi360 News)

The Dallas Wings will be in town for May 26 and the Minnesota Lynx on June 5th will also be played at Arena. The city will need to show the WNBA that they will be here for the Sparks.

Extra support will come special assistant to the head coach and general manager Steve Smith will add experience to this staff that will support the team on the court.

Let’s get ready for Sparks Basketball 2024-25 Season! Go Sparks Go!