Los Angeles Sparks guard Te'a Cooper was suspended for a game Monday for leaving the sideline during an on-court altercation in a game over the weekend.
Cooper will serve the suspension Wednesday when the Sparks host the Phoenix Mercury.
Cooper left the bench and ran to the skirmish on-court during the Sparks 80-64 loss to the host Minnesota Lynx on Saturday.
Cooper scored a game-high 17 for the Sparks in the loss.
The second-year player is averaging 9.4 points in nine games (five starts) on the season.
--Field Level Media