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Dallas Wings look to rebound at Los Angeles after winning streak snapped

Los Angeles forward Nneka Ogwumike, left, scored 32 points against Dallas and Glory Johnson in the teams’ first meeting June 11 in Arlington. The Sparks won 97-73 as Ogwumike set a WNBA record for most field-goal attempts without a miss, going 12-for-12.
Los Angeles forward Nneka Ogwumike, left, scored 32 points against Dallas and Glory Johnson in the teams’ first meeting June 11 in Arlington. The Sparks won 97-73 as Ogwumike set a WNBA record for most field-goal attempts without a miss, going 12-for-12. AP

Dallas Wings at Los Angeles Sparks

9 tonight, Staples Center, Arlington

TV: ESPN2

Records: Wings 7-8; Sparks 13-1

About the Wings: Dallas’ four-game winning streak was snapped Saturday at home in a 92-87 loss to Indiana. Forward Karima Christmas recorded her third double-double with 21 points and 12 rebounds and became the first Wings player to lead the team in points and rebounds in a game this season. ... The Wings are averaging a league-leading 97.8 points over the last five games. ... Dallas, which is 3-3 on the road, wraps up a two-game West Coast swing Thursday at Seattle.

About the Sparks: Los Angeles won its first 11 games this season and leads the league at 13-1. ... The Sparks defeated the Wings 97-73 in the teams’ first of three meetings June 11 in Arlington. Forward Nneka Ogwumike set a WNBA record for most field-goal attempts without a miss, going 12-for-12 while scoring 32 points. Ogwumike averages a team-leading 17.9 points and 8.5 rebounds a game. ... LA is shooting a league-high 48.8 percent from the field.

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