Great day for Los Angeles basketball, the LA Sparks won the WNBA championship last night against the Minnesota Lynx. The Lynx were the clear cut favorite coming into this game 5 winner take all situation at home, the Lynx were looking to win their 4th title in 6 years, and the Sparks had just come off a crushing defeat in game 4. After that heartbreaking game four loss in which these girls looked absolutely devastated, Magic Johnson came into the locker room to give the ladies of purple and gold a pep talk, telling them that they can still win this thing, and cement a legacy forever. Looks like they listened, they played with so much heart and determination that they willed themselves to victory tonight. The Lynx were clearly the more talented team, they have Maya Moore for crying out loud, for those of you that don't know, Maya Moore is like the Lebron James of the WNBA, expect she's more dominant. Candace Parker, a legend in her own right was not going to back down to the new face of the WNBA, Parker was once the face of this league before Moore came around to snatch her crown. Parker has been one of the more transcendent basketball players in the history of the WNBA due to her athletic ability, she's an absolute beast. She played like a beast last night, racking up 26 points and 12 rebounds on the way to her first WNBA championship. She finally got the monkey off her back after 9 seasons, she wins the WNBA title, and all of her teammates couldn't have been happier for her knowing that this was a truly special moment for her. Parker after the game dedicated the win to her former college coach, Pat Summit, who died early this year. Summit was the greatest women's basketball coach ever along with the biggest advocate for the game ever. Basically women's basketball wouldn't be anything without Pat Summit. Parker was very emotional, she deserved this title more than anyone, I love this girl, and I'm super psyched she brought a championship back to LA for the first time in almost 15 years. Also, quick shoutout to Nneka Ogwumike, she was the one that hit the game winning shot with 3.4 seconds left on the clock. She was the reason this team was able to take that next step this year, Candace Parker is obviously the face of the franchise, but this girl can ball out. She won the MVP in the regular season, just goes to show you how good the Sparks are now with two superstars on the roster. Candace Parker would win the finals MVP award, it was much deserved, and I don''t think anyone would've wanted it any other way. Hopefully the Lakers can take notes from what the Sparks did and apply it to their team so we can get a championship soon. For those of you that say the WNBA is trash, watch the final two minutes of this game and tell me that isn't some of the most exciting two minutes of basketball you've ever seen, if you do, I'll just simply say you don't know entertainment. There's just so much drama, now I'm not going to sit her and act like I'm an avid fan, but watching the fourth quarter of that game last night really changed my opinion on Women's basketball. WNBA is lowkey fire, got some serious star power coming up in that league. Once again, just want to say congratulations to the LA Sparks, let's build off this, and start creating a dynasty.