CLEVELAND, July 29 (Ticker) -- Swin Cash scored 24 points and Kedra Holland-Corn added a season-high 17 off the bench as the Detroit Shock recorded their sixth victory in seven games, a 77-65 win over the Cleveland Rockers.

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Ruth Riley contributed 10 points and Deanna Nolan had eight and six assists for the Shock (16-6), who moved within one victory of the franchise record for wins in a season.

Cleveland owned a 22-19 lead with 10:34 left in the first half before Detroit went on a 7-0 spurt, capped by Riley's 10-foot jumper with 9:03 to go.

The Shock led by 11 points before the Rockers closed to 40-35 at halftime.

Detroit pushed its lead to 47-37 just three minutes into the second half. Holland-Corn made 1-for-2 free throws with 8:07 remaining to give the Shock their largest lead at 67-51.

Penny Taylor scored 17 points and Chasity Melvin had 13 and eight rebounds for Cleveland, which shot just 37 percent (26-of-70) from the field.

Betty Lennox, who gives the Rockers a spark off the bench, was held to two points on 1-for-8 shooting.

The Shock, who shot 57 percent (30-of-53), have won three in a row over the Rockers.