Brittney Sykes

Aces Outlast Sparks in 79-73 Victory

Kelsey Plum led all scorers with a game-high 29 points, A’ja Wilson had 25 points and 11 rebounds for her ninth double-double of the season and the Las Vegas Aces defeated the Los Angeles Sparks 79-73 on Monday night at Arena.

Sparks Edge Wings 93-91 behind Sykes Season-High in Close Thriller

The Los Angeles Sparks returned home after playing its first eight of 10 games on the road to start the season. Brittney Sykes led all scorers with a season-high 25 points off the bench as the Sparks went on to defeat the Dallas Wings 93-91 for their second win in a row on Tuesday night at Arena. The Wings battled back from a 16-point deficit and took a brief three-point lead in the fourth only for the Sparks retook a five-point advantage after Sykes made two free throws with 18.2 seconds left. Isabelle Harrison drained a three with 5.5

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,

Brittney Sykes Re-Signs With The Sparks

Brittney Sykes moved in silence and re-signed with the Sparks. The defensive juggernaut made 2nd team all-defense in the first season in Los Angeles, last year in 2020. Sykes will again strive to become Defensive Player of the Year, and she looks forward to furthering her career with the Sparks.