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      Tulsa Shock Pick Up Four In WNBA Draft

      Shock head coach Gary Kloppenburg is excited about his first draft class in Tulsa.{} The Shock select Tennessee star Glory Johnson with the fourth overall pick in Monday's WNBA Draft.{} Johnson is one of four Lady Vols to finish their college careers with 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.{} She averaged over 14 points and almost 10 rebounds a game for Tennessee last year.

      "She's one of those players, she reminds me of Tamika Catchings coming out of college," Head Coach Gary Kloppenburg said. "She has a high octane motor. We know we have some work to do offensively to get her better but one thing we know is that she's a workaholic, she will be put the time in."

      In the second round, the Shock take Riquna Williams at 17th overall.{} Williams was an All-ACC first teamer from Miami.{} She average 17.2 points a game for her career with the Hurricanes.

      Tulsa had the picks in the third round.{} They take Johnson's Tennessee teammate Vicki Baugh at 25.{} Baugh returned from a severe knee injury her junior year to lead the Lady Vols in shooting percentage last season.

      At the 29th pick, the Shock select 6'4" center Lynetta Kizer from Maryland.{} She was the ACC 6th Player of the Year in 2012.

      The Shock open the training camp on April 29th.{} The tip-off the season May 19th against San Antonio.