Amanda Zahui B.

Los Angeles’ Amanda Zahui B. Receives May WNBA Cares Community Assist Award Presented By State Farm®

 Los Angeles Sparks center Amanda Zahui B. has been named the May WNBA Cares Community Assist Award presented by State Farm® recipient for her participation in health and wellness programming, contributions to the LGBTQ+ community, and her ongoing commitment to support and uplift marginalized groups by serving as a role model to young girls and dedicating her time to helping the homeless population. Zahui B. participated in the Sparks’ Healthy Mind/Healthy Body Virtual event, where she spoke with local teens and their parents during Mental Health Awareness Month. Zahui B. was commended by the event’s sponsor, Anthem Blue Cross, for her

Las Vegas Aces Oust Sparks 99-75

The shorthanded Los Angeles Sparks continue to struggle after falling to the Las Vegas Aces 75-99. They lost despite four starters scoring in the double digits. Sparks center Amanda Zahui B made a strong showing with 22 points, nine rebounds, and two blocks. She scored 14 of those points in the first quarter. “She just accepted the challenge tonight to play against a great front court in Vegas,” said Sparks head coach Derek Fisher. “She came out there and competes and played hard and did some really good things for us on both ends.” The Aces had full control of

Cooper Scores Career-High 26 Points in Sparks 89-82 Victory Over Mystics

Te’a Cooper had a career-high 26 points, Amanda Zahui B added 17 and the Los Angeles Sparks overcame a double-digit deficit to beat the Washington Mystics 89-82 on Thursday night at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Sparks (6-7) had lost four of their last five games coming into the night but were able to snap the Mystics (7-7) three-game winning streak with a big win. Leilani Mitchell scored 26 points, making six three-pointers on the night for Washington, Tina Charles had 25 points and 10 rebounds. “I believe this group has showed a great deal of character and fight,

Seimone Augustus Re-signs With Sparks & She Aspires To Design Women’s Shoes

Four-time WNBA Champion Seimone Augustus re-signed with the Sparks. Augustus has one of the most prolific basketball careers in professional basketball history. She ranks tenth in scoring in WNBA history with 2005 points, and she averaged 15.4 points throughout her career. Augustus won championships in 2011, 2013, 2015, and 2017.

Amanda Zahui B is Ready to Make an Impact with the L.A. Sparks

In the wake of WNBA icon Candace Parker departing from the Los Angeles Sparks, the franchise signed former New York Liberty center Amanda Zahui B. A versatile post player who can shoot three-pointers, she averaged 9.0 points and 8.5 rebounds per game while shooting at 34.0 percent in three-point shots last season.