USA 13 Finalists Roster

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After posting a 3-1 record in an exhibition series that was preceded by a week-long domestic training camp, 13 finalists now remain for one of 12 spots on the 2014 USA Basketball Women’s World Championship Team.

USA Edged By France

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After leading by as many as 18 points, the 2014 USA Basketball Women’s National Team (3-1) lost to a resilient France (2-1) team that battled its way back to lead 71-67 with 26.4 second remaining and then made 3-of-4 free throws down the stretch and secured a crucial rebound on the fourth attempt to top the USA in the 2014 France International Tournament.

Hooper's Jersey Retired

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Shock forward Jordan Hooper's Alliance High School jersey (No. 35) was retired on Sept. 19 in Alliance, Neb. From left to right - Heidi Manion, Dave Sautter, Nate Lanik, Jordan Hooper and Tim Wallace.
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Coaches Clinic

Calling ALL Coaches! Tulsa Shock Head Coach Fred Williams Coaches Clinic. October 4th, 2014 - Don't miss it! Click the headliine for more details.
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Youth Clinic

Come Learn from your very own Tulsa Shock Professional Coaches - Head Coach Fred Williams, Assistant Coach Bridget Pettis and Assistant Coach Ed Baldwin. Click the headline to sign up for the clinic.
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USA Defeats China

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The 2014 USA Basketball Women’s National Team (3-0) took a double-digit lead six minutes into the first quarter and pulled away from China (2-0) for an overwhelming 51-24 halftime advantage before easing up in the second half for a 99-75 victory.

Steve Swetoha Q&A

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As the Tulsa Shock fifth anniversary season has come to a close, and the WNBA playoffs crowned its winner, Tulsa Shock President Steve Swetoha who also celebrated his fifth anniversary with the franchise reflects on the journey of it all. | Facebook | @TulsaShock | Instagram |

USA Beats Australia

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The USA (2-0), which led by just one point at halftime, 28-27, in its exhibition game against Australia, pulled away with a 9-0 run late in the third quarter for a 72-66 win in the 2014 France International Tournament on Friday night at Pierre de Coubertin Stadium in Paris, France.
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