Amanda Zahui played a large part in the Los Angeles Sparks breaking the six-game losing streak.

In her barely 23 minutes on the field, she dropped 13 points, including a third, and took nine rebounds.

Only Brittney Sykes scored more points, 16, in Sparks.

It was completely even - 59-59 - before the last period.

There, Sparks straw was sharper than Indiana and won 16-11.

It meant victory with 75-70.

In Sparks, Nneka Ogwumike was back after a knee injury.

The 31-year-old accounted for twelve points in his comeback.

- Every day it gets better and better.

When you go on this type of injury, the shape goes up and down a bit, but I try not to think about it.

It's just mental, "Ogwumike told ESPN.

The Los Angeles Sparks are last in the WNBA Western Conference.

CLIP: Phoenix relaxes grip on NBA Finals (July 9, 2021)

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Phoenix won the second final with 118-108.

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