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Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart will be paired with Minnesota Lynx center Sylvia Fowles, and Las Vegas Aces forward A'ja Wilson will captain alongside Storm guard Sue Bird.

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Sparks parting ways with coach and general manager Derek Fisher: Source - The Athletic

The Sparks are off to a 5-7 start on the season, sitting at fourth in the Western Conference.

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Sparks sign free agent Liz Cambage, ending her Aces tenure - The Athletic

Cambage has averaged 16.3 points, 7.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists in her career. She played the 2019 and 2021 seasons with the Las Vegas Aces, sitting out the 2020 season due to health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Sparks trade for Chennedy Carter, send Erica Wheeler to Dream - The Athletic

The Los Angeles Sparks have acquired guard Chennedy Carter and the rights to Chinese center Li Yueru from the Atlanta Dream, sending out Erica Wheeler and a 2023 first-round pick in return, the teams announced Saturday.

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Staples Center to be renamed Crypto.com Arena as part of 20-year naming rights deal - The Athletic

Staples Center to be renamed Crypto.com Arena

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WNBA champion Seimone Augustus retires, joins Sparks coaching staff - The Athletic

Augustus played the first 14 seasons of her career with the Minnesota Lynx before joining the Sparks in 2020.

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WNBA's 25th season to begin May 14, include Olympic break - The Athletic

The 2021 WNBA regular season — the league's 25th — will begin May 14 with four games and run through Sept. 19, the league announced on Tuesday.

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Lynx center Sylvia Fowles named Defensive Player of the Year for fourth time - The Athletic

Fowles received 31 votes from a panel of 49 sportswriters and broadcasters. In second place with six votes was Sparks guard Brittney Sykes, while Sun forward Jonquel Jones and Mercury forward Brianna Turner tied for third place with four votes each.

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Sparks' Nneka Ogwumike returns vs. Dream after injury scare in first half - The Athletic

Ogwumike went to the Sparks' locker room in the second quarter after falling on the court and grabbing her knee.

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How to watch Rainbow Six Berlin Major 2022: Stream, schedule, teams

The Rainbow Six Berlin Major 2022 is set to start in August: Follow all the action with the stream, schedule & results, and more here.

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Uruha Rushia claims Hololive made "blatant mistake" in former idol's dismissal

Former Hololive VTuber Uruha Rushia has issued a statement detailing the misinformation that has been spread following her release.

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