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Shock Sets New WNBA Record

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The Tulsa Shock played their 24th game of the season Sunday night at the BOK Center and recorded their 23rd loss.  The Shock's losing streak stretches to 18 games making it the longest losing streak in WNBA history.

Tulsa had a 45-32 led at the half, but the Sparks outscored the home team 41-22 in the second half to win 73-67.

The Shock were led by hall of famer Sheryl Swoopes with 17 points.  Jennifer Lacy was red hot in the first and added 13.  Swoopes and Lacy combined to for 9 of 11 from the field in the first half.  They were not as productive in the second half. 

Candace Parker led the way for Los Angeles.  She had 23 points and 9 rebounds.

The Tulsa Shock look for the second win of the year Tuesday.  The host the Minnesota Lynx at the BOK Center at 7:00p.m.

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