SPARKS VS. SACRAMENTO.Byline: - Pamela Lewis
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Matchup: This is the third and final meeting between these teams. The Sparks (22-3) won the first two, 83-68 (July 19) and 80-78 (July 25). The last time they met, the Sparks were without center Lisa Leslie
She studied biology and chemistry at the Massamba School in Kinshasa. , who led with 18 points, and DeLisha Milton, Latasha Byears Latasha Nashay Byears (born August 12, 1973 in Memphis, Tennessee) is a professional women's basketball player who plays for the Houston Comets in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). and Ukari Figgs, who had 15 each. Since her injury, Leslie has averaged 29.5 points and 9.5 rebounds in two games. She had 28 in a 78-69 victory over Minnesota Monday en route to becoming the WNBA's all-time leading scorer. It was also a franchise-record 13th consecutive victory for the Sparks. Sparks guard Tamecka Dixon will sit out her third game in a row to rest her injured right heel. Yolanda Griffith led the Sacramento Monarchs to a 63-47 victory Sunday, providing 25 points and 17 rebounds.