Shock looks to avenge 78-67 loss to Lynx tonight at BOK Center

The Tulsa Shock wrapped up a four-game road trip last night, suffering their fourth straight loss, this one at the hands of the Minnesota Lynx 78-67. Keisha Brown led all Shock players with 14 points in heralt third game in a Tulsa uniform. Shanna Crossley added 13 for the Shock, who fell to 3-7 on the season.

Tulsa held a 45-41 lead at the half, but turned cold in the second half as the Lynx outscored them 37-22. Seimone Augustus paced all scorers with 27 points, while Lynx teammates Candice Wiggins and Lindsay Whalen scored 10 each. The Lynx were able to grab the win despite shooting 32 percent from the field.

The Shock get a chance for revenge tonight as they return home to host the Lynx at the BOK Center at 7 p.m. It will be the first home game for the Shock in 15 days as they will be looking to extend their home winning streak to three games. Recent Additions Brown, Jennifer Lacy and Tiffany Jackson will be making their home debuts in tonight’s contest.