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Gallery: Storm 111, Tulsa 65

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Aug. 7, 2010
In the most lopsided result in WNBA history, the Storm defeated the Tulsa Shock 111-65 Saturday night at KeyArena. Seven Storm players, including three reserves, reached double-figures as the team tied the franchise scoring record.


Before the game, two founding Storm fans presented Lauren Jackson with a jersey poster signed by fans commemorating her 10 seasons with the Storm.
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Svetlana Abrosimova uses the reverse angle to score two of her game-high 20 points.
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Sue Bird opened the second half by gliding past pressure defense for a layup.
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Camille Little's defense blocks Amber Holt's view of the basket.
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Le'coe Willingham goes to the hoop for a score.
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Despite Tulsa's defense, Camille Little knocks down a short jumper.
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After the game, Jackson celebrated during her interview with play-by-play broadcaster Dick Fain.
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