Where to Watch Minnesota Lynx vs. Los Angeles Sparks on TV or Streaming Live – Tuesday, July 9

Published 12:18 am Tuesday, July 9, 2024

The Los Angeles Sparks (5-16) battle the Minnesota Lynx (15-6) on Tuesday, July 9, 2024 at Crypto.com Arena. It starts at 10:00 PM ET on SportsNet LA and BSNX.

See below as we dive into all of the info you need before this matchup begins, including how to watch on SportsNet LA and BSNX.

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Lynx vs. Sparks TV & Live Stream Info

  • Game Day: Tuesday, July 9, 2024
  • Game Time: 10:00 PM ET
  • TV Channel: SportsNet LA and BSNX
  • Location: Los Angeles, California
  • Arena: Crypto.com Arena
  • Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo (Regional restrictions may apply)
  • Tickets: Get tickets at StubHub, Vivid Seats or Ticketmaster

Lynx’s Top Players

  • Alanna Smith: 11.8 PTS, 1.3 STL, 2 BLK, 48.9 FG%, 45.6 3PT% (31-for-68)
  • Kayla McBride: 15.8 PTS, 1.3 STL, 44.2 FG%, 43.8 3PT% (63-for-144)
  • Courtney Williams: 10.3 PTS, 5.4 AST, 1.1 STL, 41 FG%, 33.3 3PT% (14-for-42)
  • Bridget Carleton: 8.5 PTS, 43.8 FG%, 44.2 3PT% (42-for-95)
  • Natisha Hiedeman: 4.1 PTS, 35.9 FG%, 17.1 3PT% (6-for-35)

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Lynx’s Performance (Home vs. Away)

  • Minnesota has been worse offensively at home, where it averages 81.3 points per game, compared to road games, where it scores 83.1. Defensively it is better when playing at home, where it concedes 72.1 points per game, versus playing on the road, where it allows its opponents to average 77.
  • When playing at home, the Lynx average 0.2 more rebounds per game than on the road (35.3 at home, 35.1 on the road), while they let their opponents pull down 2.9 fewer boards in home games than road games (35.8 at home, 38.7 on the road).
  • Minnesota averages 2.1 fewer assists at home versus on the road in 2024 (22.9 at home, 25 on the road).
  • This year, the Lynx are averaging 10 made 3-pointers per game at home and 9.8 on the road (while shooting 40.4% from distance in home games compared to 37.4% on the road).
  • Minnesota gives up 0.09999999999999964 more three-pointers when playing at home (6.3 per game) than on the road (6.2). But it allows a lower three-point shooting percentage at home (27.4% in home games compared to 29.2% on the road).

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Lynx’s Injury Report


Olivia Epoupa: Out (Thigh),

Napheesa Collier: Out (Foot)

Sparks’ Top Players

  • Dearica Hamby: 19.1 PTS, 10.4 REB, 1.4 STL, 51.4 FG%, 42 3PT% (21-for-50)
  • Aari McDonald: 9.5 PTS, 40.7 FG%, 32.9 3PT% (27-for-82)
  • Rickea Jackson: 10.9 PTS, 45.3 FG%, 36 3PT% (18-for-50)
  • Cameron Brink: 7.5 PTS, 1.1 STL, 2.3 BLK, 39.8 FG%, 32.3 3PT% (10-for-31)
  • Kia Nurse: 8.2 PTS, 36.5 FG%, 31.3 3PT% (30-for-96)

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Sparks’ Performance (Home vs. Away)

  • At home, Los Angeles is better offensively, scoring 80.2 points per game, compared to 77.8 on the road. The team is also better defensively, conceding 83.1 points per game at home, and 87.8 away.
  • The Sparks pull down more rebounds per game at home (35.6) than away (30.4), but also allow more at home (34.6) than away (33.9).
  • At home Los Angeles is collecting 21.3 assists per game, 2.1 more than away (19.2).
  • At home the Sparks drain 7.9 treys per game, 0.4 more than away (7.5). They shoot 31% from beyond the arc at home, 4.7% lower than away (35.7%).
  • At home, Los Angeles allows 7.5 treys per game, two fewer than away (9.5). It concedes 34.7% shooting from beyond the arc at home, 4% lower than away (38.7%).

Sparks’ Injury Report


Julie Allemand: Out For Season (Ankle),

Cameron Brink: Out For Season (Acl),

Lexie Brown: Out (Chron’S Disease)

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