- One ticket to see a Los Angeles Sparks basketball game
- Where: STAPLES Center
- Door time: one hour before game time
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Games and Seating Options
- $17 for green-section seating, plus a postgame experience (up to $69.25 value)
- $26 for yellow-section seating, plus a postgame experience (up to $87.25 value)
- $41 for red-section seating, plus a postgame experience (up to $114.75 value)
For each option, choose from the following games:
- Against the San Antonio Stars on Thursday, July 2, at 7:30 p.m.; includes a postgame autograph pass
- Against the Tulsa Shock on Friday, July 3, at 7:30 p.m.; includes a postgame meet and greet with select players
- Against the Phoenix Mercury on Sunday, July 5, at 2 p.m.; includes a postgame free throw
The Scouting Report
With the 2015 newly underway, the Sparks are already eyeing their fourth-straight postseason appearance. Before that happens they’ll have a chance for redemption on July 5, when they face the Phoenix Mercury for the first time since losing to them during last year’s Western Conference Semifinals. At this game, as well as the other two, the final buzzer doesn’t signal the end of the action. That’s not because the buzzer is defective and rings unpredictably, but because fans have a chance after each game to collect autographs, meet players, or shoot a free throw on the court.
Los Angeles Sparks
When the Los Angeles Sparks tipped off for the first time on June 21, 1997, they didn’t just signal the start of a new franchise—they signaled the start of a completely new league. Ever since that historic moment against the New York Liberty, the Sparks have been the class of the WNBA, filling their trophy case with MVP awards, coaching trophies, and those little gold stars that are given to playoff teams.
In 2001, the Sparks had an especially banner season. That year, they became the league’s first team to go undefeated at home, and they won the franchise’s first championship, securing an all-Los Angeles sweep of professional basketball titles. The accolades kept coming in 2011, when the WNBA included four Sparks players on its roster of “Top 15 Players of All Time.”