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Ogwumike was incredibly excited to learn that Irving had tipped his cap to her fellow teammate after Beard nailed a clutch buzzer-beater to give the Sparks a Game 1 Finals victory last Sunday.Ogwumike said she appreciates the support NBA players have been giving the WNBA.
This is the greatest challenge of the season for us, having to bounce back in a tough loss at home. I thought it was a travesty that she didn't win Most Improved last year.Nonetheless, I'm not really sure it's a good thing for Lieberman to write this sort of article about De Forge.The Sparks are one win away from bringing the WNBA championship back to Los Angeles for the first time since the franchise won back-to-back titles in 20.When I asked Ogwumike what she’d like to say to James, she noted that the Sparks hope to follow in the Cavaliers’ footsteps, since they won their franchise’s first NBA championship this summer. I mean, Jantel [Lavender], is a diehard Cleveland fan.Minnesota Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve calls out to her team in the second half of Game 1 of the WNBA basketball finals against the Lost Angeles Sparks, Sunday, Oct.
LOS ANGELES — WNBA MVP Nneka Ogwumike got a huge shoutout from four-time NBA MVP Le Bron James on Friday night, about 10 minutes after the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Minnesota Lynx in Game 3 of the Finals. #Strive For Greatness (with a rocket emoji).” “I didn’t really know what the fuss was about until I checked my phone, and it was really cool,” Ogwumike said at the Sparks shootaround on Sunday morning. She said Nike sent them to her for the WNBA Finals, and she debuted them at practice in LA on Thursday.
James shared a photo of Ogwumike’s custom Nike Zoom Le Bron Soldier 10s on Instagram with the caption, “Congrats #MVP on your game 3 Finals victory!! Ogwumike and James could have something else in common (aside from the shoes) soon.
I’ve been wearing his Soldiers since the 9s and I think I have a pair of 8s too. And I like having bright colors.” The shoes have Ogwumike’s initials, number and “2016 MVP” on the straps.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Lynx have a core group of players participating in their fifth WNBA Finals in the last six seasons.
The Los Angeles Sparks only have one player who has made it this far before, and she is a seldom-used reserve.
Candace Parker (born April 19, 1986) is an All-American basketball player. She is renowned for being the first woman to dunk twice in a college game.