Los Angeles Sparks vs Seattle Storm 6-6-2023

Los Angeles Sparks vs Seattle Storm 6/6/2023 Picks Predictions Previews

Los Angeles Sparks vs Seattle Storm 6/6/2023 Picks Predictions Previews


The Los Angeles Sparks go back on the road Tuesday playing their best basketball of the season on a 2-game win streak after a 7-point victory against this Seattle team.


Defensively Los Angeles was the better team allowing just 85 points and forcing 18 total turnovers in the victory. The LA offense was the better unit, pouring in 92 points after a 53-point second half in the game.


Nneka Ogwumike carried the Los Angeles offense against Seattle with 27 points and 14 rebounds on 14 shots in 33 minutes of action. Layshia Clarendon scored 16 points and Lexie Brown added 14 points in 37 minutes of game time.


Los Angeles heads into this game with a mark of 3-2 on the year. They are giving up possession 11.2 times per game and as a unit, they commit 18.4 personal fouls on a nightly basis.


As a unit, Los Angeles is pulling down 31.6 boards per contest and has tallied 107 dimes this season, ranking them 7th in the WNBA for passing the rock.


The Sparks hit 36.8% on shots beyond the perimeter (39 of 106) and 84.6% from the free throw line. They average 87.0 points per contest (2nd in the league), going 42.8% from the floor.


Defensively, the Sparks have forced 16.8 turnovers per game while drawing 19.6 fouls. They are 4th in basketball in giving up assists with 100 relinquished on the campaign.


The Sparks are giving up an opponent shooting percentage of 47.5% (84 of 98) and relinquishing 35.0 rebounds per game as a group. They give up 37.1% from beyond the arc while they are 10th in the league in PPG allowed (87.2).


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Los Angeles Sparks vs Seattle Storm Predictions 6/6/2023


The Seattle Storm remain at home Tuesday night struggling immensely this season, winless through four games following the loss to Los Angeles on Saturday.


Jewell Loyd has been the biggest bright spot this season for Seattle posting a team-high 28.8 points per game to go along with a team-leading 3.5 assists in just over 35 minutes of action.


Ezi Magbegor is second on the team as the only other player in double figures averaging 12 points and a team-high 10 rebounds.


Jewell Loyd continued her offensive tear against Los Angeles with 37 points on 26 shots in 39 minutes of action.


Ezi Magbegor added 14 points and nine rebounds in 33 minutes, while Jade Melbourne added a huge spark off the bench with 10 points in 21 minutes.


The last time they took the court, the Seattle Storm took a loss by a final score of 92-85 when they played the Los Angeles Sparks.


The Storm pulled down 31 defensive rebounds and 6 offensive rebounds totaling 37 for the game. They also turned it over 16 times, earning 3 steals in the game.


The Sparks committed 14 fouls in the matchup which took the Storm to the free-throw line for 16 tries. They were able to knock down 12 of the free throw tries for a rate of 75.0%.


In reference to shots from beyond the arc, Seattle converted 13 out of their 25 attempts (52.0%). When the final whistle was blown, the Storm walked away from this one shooting 30 for 65 from the floor which had them shooting 46.2%.


The Storm allowed the Sparks to knock down 31 out of their 68 field attempts, giving them a shooting percentage of 45.6% for the game.


They finished 36.8% from beyond the arc via 7 of 19 and shot 23 of 27 from the free throw line (85.2%). Regarding how they rebounded, Seattle allowed Los Angeles to snag 34 overall (7 on the offensive side).


Jewell Loyd was important for the Storm in this contest. She converted 13 of 26 for the matchup giving her a rate of 50.0% and tallied 6 rebounds.


Loyd recorded 37 points in her 39 mins on the court and totaled 6 assists for the matchup.


Seattle has a mark of 0-4 on the campaign. Seattle has totaled 318 pts on the season (79.5 per game) and they snag 34.5 rebounds per game.


The Storm commit 19.8 fouls per game while shooting 77.8% from the free throw line. As an offense, the Storm is hitting on 39.6% from the floor, ranked 11th in basketball.


Their rate of earning assists is 15.0 times per game (12th in the WNBA) and they cough up possession 12.3 times per game.


The Storm are ranked 12th in basketball in points given up per game with 94.5. They give up 22.0 assists and 37.0 boards on a nightly basis, which is 11th and 8th in the WNBA.


The Seattle defense allows 42.2% on three-point shots (35 of 83) and opponents are knocking down 88.8% of their free throw shots.


They are able to force 11.8 turnovers per game and have allowed teams to shoot 50.0% from the field (12th in the league).


Los Angeles Sparks vs. Seattle Storm. The WNBA pick for this game is the Los Angeles Sparks. The Los Angeles Sparks are by far the better team in this game as the Storm are yet to get a win.


The Sparks are scoring nearly 8 points more per game and allow 7 less. Los Angeles will control this game throughout leading to the easy road win and cover. Final Score Prediction, Los Angeles Sparks win and cover 83-70.


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Los Angeles Sparks vs Seattle Storm 6/6/2023 Picks Predictions Previews

WNBA Starting Time: 10:00 PM EST


Location: Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington


Date: Tuesday, June 6, 2023 


TV: Bally Sports Extra, Bally Sports Extra, CBS Sports Network


WNBA Odds: Los Angeles Sparks -8.5


WNBA Totals: 158.5


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