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Road victory for the hot-shooting Sparks over Fever

The Sparks defeated the Fever on the road in Indianapolis because to some scorching shooting from beyond the arc.

The Sparks exacted revenge on the Fever on Tuesday, defeating them 88-82 away from home, following their defeat a few days earlier in front of a packed Crypto.com Arena.

Dearica Hamby finished with 17 points, 10 rebounds, and five assists, demonstrating her ongoing excellent play. Aari McDonald scored 21 points in the third quarter alone during his extremely fruitful minutes off the bench. In Rickea Jackson’s first professional start, she scored twelve points. Rae Burrell managed to score eight points while seeing some action. Kia Nurse emerged from her shooting rut, scoring 22 points in the game by the end of the second half.

Rae Burrell managed to score eight points while seeing some action. Kia Nurse emerged from her shooting rut, scoring 22 points in the game by the end of the second half. Jackson’s two free throws to start the game gave the Fever an immediate four-point advantage. Despite their poor start, the Sparks appeared energized and made their shots fall. LA jumped up by two points thanks to three-pointers from Cameron Brink and Lexie Brown. Due of the Sparks’ difficulties grabbing rebounds, the Fever had numerous scoring opportunities. Fortunately for LA, the Fever missed their shots, allowing LA to preserve their lead with a 9-0 run.

As the Fever continued to misfire, Hamby’s quick offense was crucial in enabling them take an eight-point lead. Despite their worrying turnover rate, the Sparks led by nine at the end of the third quarter.

At the beginning of the second quarter, Caitlin Clark made two free throws after being fouled behind the arc. After that, Erica Wheeler made a floater and Clark made a 3-pointer to trim the lead to two.

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