Up next for Sparks: Thursday at San Antonio
When:9:30 a.m. PDT.
Where: AT&T Center.
On the air: wnba.com
Records: Sparks 10-5, Silver Stars 5-5.
Record vs. Silver Stars: 0-2.
Update: The Sparks have lost their last two games by 16 points or more, including a 91-75 loss to league-worst Tulsa on Tuesday. Sparks star forward Candace Parker had only two points and three rebounds in that game. The Sparks will play for the eighth time in 14 days against a well-rested San Antonio team that has played five fewer games than the Sparks. The Silver Stars have won their last five games against the Sparks, including a 98-85 win June 16 and a 91-71 win June 24. The Sparks are in second place in the Western Conference, 2 1/2 games ahead of third-place San Antonio.
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