LOS ANGELES (May 18, 2023)- The Los Angeles Sparks announced today their local broadcast schedule, returning to Spectrum SportsNet for an 11th season. Spectrum SportsNet will broadcast 19 games – 14 home games and five road matchups – tipping off May 25 against the defending WNBA Champion Las Vegas Aces.
Sparks regular season games will be called by Rahshaun Haylock and Spectrum SportsNet studio host Allie Clifton. Spectrum News 1 multimedia journalists Kristen Lago and Nikki Kay will split sideline reporter duties for home games. Spectrum SportsNet Lakers sideline reporter Mike Trudell will serve as a guest analyst during select home games.
“We’re excited to continue with Spectrum SportsNet as our home for Sparks telecasts,” said Chief Administrative Officer and General Manager Karen Bryant. “Spectrum SportsNet has been a committed partner in our work to grow the Sparks and the WNBA in the LA market. We’re also excited to be working with our talented and experienced broadcast team in Rahshaun, Allie, Kristen, Nikki and Mike.”
The Sparks tip off the 2023 WNBA season on Friday, May 19 at Crypto.com arena against the Phoenix Mercury at 8 p.m. PT on ESPN.