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Up next for the Sparks: Tuesday at Minnesota

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The Los Angeles Sparks play against the Lynx at Minnesota on Tuesday

AT MINNESOTA

When: 6 PDT.

Where: Target Center, Minneapolis.

On the air: TV: ESPN2.

Records: Sparks 7-10, Lynx 13-6.

Record vs. Lynx: 0-2.

Update: The Sparks travel to face the Lynx, aiming to secure their first win against Minnesota this season. The Lynx, despite a 5-5 record in their last 10 games, are in second place in the Western Conference, 1 1/2 games behind the Phoenix Mercury. The Lynx have scored 82.1 points per game this season, good for third overall in the WNBA, and started the season 7-0. This game marks the beginning of a four-game trip for the Sparks, who have a 4-4 road record. Sparks guard Candice Wiggins (knee) is listed as day to day.

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