Shock Sets New WNBA Record

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.