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Shock Lose Their 10th Straight

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The Tulsa Shock were in desperate need of a win tonight as they hosted the Atlanta Dream at the BOK Center.  But the Shock lose their 10th straight.  Tulsa is now 1-15.

Their one and only win came back on June 18th.

The ladies welcomed former Sooner great Courtney Paris to town.

CP3 scored her first points of the game with a little over two minutes left in the first half.  She finished with six.

Things looked bad for Tulsa trailing by 15 at the break.

But the Shock turn it on in the fourth quarter, going on a 15-1 run to pull within three points.

That's as close as they could get however.

Tulsa was led by Liz Cambage with 16 points.  Angel McCoughtry scored a career-high 37
points for Atlanta.

The Shock lose 76-68.

They're back home Thursday for a game against Chicago at 7:00 p.m.

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