Diggins Named Most Improved

Tulsa Shock guard Skylar Diggins has ben named the 2014 WNBA Most Improved Player of the Year presented by Samsung. Diggins more than doubled her scoring average in 2014 (20.1 ppg) from 2013 (8.5 ppg), and also improved in terms of assists (5.0 apg, up from 3.8 apg in 2013) and rebounds (2.5 rpg, up from 1.9 rpg).

USA Basketball Training Camp

Shock gaurds Skylar Diggins and Odyssey Sims are 2 of 27 athletes, the 2014 USA Basketball Women’s National Team has named to training camp, which will begin on Sept. 8 at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. The final 12-member team will be named prior to the start of the FIBA World Championship.

Second Pick

The Tulsa Shock were awarded the second overall pick in the 2015 WNBA draft at the draft lottery held today at the NBA Offices in Secaucus, New Jersey. | Facebook | @TulsaShock | Instagram |

Rookie of the Month

Odyssey Sims of the Tulsa Shock was named the WNBA’s Rookie of the Month presented by Samsung for games played in August. This is her second consecutive Rookie of the Month presented by Samsung honor. | Facebook | @TulsaShock | Instagram |

Paris Wins Peak Performer Award

Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx, Courtney Paris of the Tulsa Shock and Diana Taurasi of the Phoenix Mercury have won the 2014 WNBA Peak Performer Awards for scoring, rebounding and assists, respectively, the WNBA announced today. | Facebook | @TulsaShock | Instagram |

AFA PE Teacher of the Year

The Tulsa Shock would like to congratulate the 2014 American Fidelity Assurance Company PE Teacher of the Year, Pam Witt from McLain High School! Pam was awarded two 2015 Tulsa Shock season tickets, a $500 Visa gift card for fitness equipment and one complimentary Time Out For Fitness assembly courtesy of American Fidelity Assurance Company.

Shock Circuit Member Bowling Event

Tulsa Shock players and Shock Circuit Members had fun during the Shock Circuit Member bowling event. If you want to become a Shock Circuit Member and join the fun, call 918.949.9700 and contact a season ticket account executive!

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Shock vs. Lynx

Maya Moore scores 19 points, Seimone Augustus adds 14 points as the Lynx cruise over the Shock 80-63.

Shock vs. Dream

Ericka de Souza had 21 points and 12 rebounds, as the Atlanta Dream pulled away from the Tulsa Shock en route to a 92-76 victory on Friday night.

Shock vs. Storm

Sue Bird scores 22 points and Camille Little adds 16 to help the Seattle Storm rally from a 13-point second-half deficit and beat the Tulsa Shock 74-68 on Sunday night.

Stars vs. Shock

Odyssey Sims scores 22 points to help the Shock keep alive their playoff hopes with a 79-62 victory over the Stars.

Shock vs. Sparks

Odyssey Sims scores 30 points to lead the Shock to a 96-90 victory over the Sparks.

Lynx vs. Shock

Maya Moore scores 40 points as the Lynx win their ninth straight game.