2016 Los Angeles Sparks Roster

Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)
Team Record: 26-8
Finishing 2nd in the WNBA's Western Conference
Postseason: 6-3 Won Championship

Semifinals - Defeated Chicago Sky 3-1
Finals - Defeated Minnesota Lynx 3-2
Coach: Brian Agler (26-8)
Location: Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 163,839, Avg. 9,638 in 17 home dates
2016 Los Angeles Sparks Statistics

The Los Angeles Sparks of the Women's National Basketball Association ended the 2016 season with a record of 26 wins and 8 losses, finishing second in the WNBA's Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 6-3.

Nneka Ogwumike scored a team-leading 650 points for the Sparks, while Candace Parker netted 15 or more per game also. Nneka Ogwumike accounted for 299 rebounds. Candace Parker dished out 166 assists for the squad.

On defense, Alana Beard added 58 steals.

Brian Agler coached the team. The 2016 Los Angeles Sparks won the Championship of the playoffs.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Alana BeardG-FMay 14, 19825'11"160Duke
Eugeniya BelyakovaFJune 27, 19866'0"150St. Petersburg, RUS
Essence CarsonG-FJuly 28, 19866'0"165Rutgers
Ana DabovicSGAugust 18, 19896'0"160Cetinje, YUG
Jelena DubljevicPFMay 7, 19876'3"179Niksic, YUG
Chelsea GrayGOctober 8, 19925'11"170DukeHayward, CA
Sandrine GrudaF-CJune 25, 19876'4"185Cannes, FRA
Whitney KnightGJanuary 9, 19936'3"156Florida Gulf CoastWinston-Salem, NC
Jantel LavenderCNovember 12, 19886'4"185Ohio StateCleveland, OH USA
Nneka OgwumikeFJuly 2, 19906'2"0Stanford
Candace ParkerFApril 19, 19866'4"175TennesseeSt. Louis, MO USA
Kristi ToliverGJanuary 27, 19875'7"130Maryland
Ann WautersCOctober 12, 19806'4"193Sint-Gillis-Waas, Belgium



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