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Syracuse in the WNBA: Brittney Sykes, L.A. Sparks pick up two wins during week

Los Angeles Sparks, Brittney Sykes, Women's National Basketball Association, Dallas Wings, Kahleah Copper, Indiana Fever, Los Angeles, Chicago Sky, Moriah Jefferson, Nia Coffey. Brittney Sykes, the only Syracuse Orange representative in the WNBA this season, helped lead the Los Angeles Sparks (4-3) to two wins in three games last week....
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LA Sparks Guard Brittney Sykes on Early Season Struggles and DPOY Goals / WATCH

*The 25th Anniversary of the WNBA couldn’t be off to a better start. Viewership is up 74% on ABC and ESPN this season. This season the Los Angeles Sparks are bringing a different look to the court. The team has been almost completely revamped from the 2020 season. For wing/guard Brittney Sykes entering her fifth year in the W, that means new challenges and personal goals.
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Syracuse in the WNBA: Brittney Sykes, LA Sparks sweep Chicago Sky

Syracuse, Brittney Sykes, Los Angeles Sparks, Chicago, Women's National Basketball Association, Nneka Ogwumike, Chicago Sky, Nia Coffey, Kahleah Copper, Erica Wheeler. Brittney Sykes, the sole Syracuse Orange representative in the WNBA this season, helped lead the Los Angeles Sparks (2-2) to their first wins of the season this weekend on the road against the Chicago Sky. Sykes, a 2017 Syracuse graduate, came off the bench and tallied 17 points, eight rebounds, and six steals in the two wins.
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Syracuse in the WNBA: Brittney Sykes, Tiana Mangakahia both active in preseason

Syracuse Orange alumnae Brittney Sykes and Tiana Mangakahia appeared in their teams’ respective WNBA preseason games this weekend. Sykes, who is entering her fifth season in the W and second with Los Angeles, started for the Sparks in the team’s Saturday scrimmage against the Las Vegas Aces. Sykes played 20 minutes and tallied four rebounds, two points, a steal, and an assist. The game ended in a tie, 85-all.
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Brittney Sykes looks to expand her role and game with Sparks

As power shifted in the WNBA with a series of blockbuster free-agency moves in early February, Brittney Sykes stayed quiet. It wasn’t that the Sparks’ restricted free-agent guard was deliberating her decision, though. She knew she would stay with the Sparks. “I’m very big on stability,” Sykes said Tuesday on...
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Sparks re-sign restricted free agent Brittney Sykes

The Sparks have re-signed restricted free agent Brittney Sykes, the team announced Monday, bringing a staunch perimeter defender back. Sykes was voted to the WNBA’s all-defensive second team in 2020 after averaging a career-high 1.5 steals per game, which ranked 15th in the league. Her 24.4 minutes per game ranked 53rd among all players. She averaged 10.1 points and 2.6 rebounds after working into the starting lineup for the last 15 games of the season.