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Photo Gallery: Storm 76, Tulsa 58

June 1, 2012


The Storm earned its first win of the season in style Friday, pulling away from the Tulsa Shock in the second half of a 76-58 victory. Sue Bird scored a team-high 27 points and Camille Little controlled the paint with 19 points and nine boards.


Storm guard Tanisha Wright is introduced as part of the starting lineup.
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Before the game, more than a hundred members of the Nick of Time Foundation demonstrated CPR on the KeyArena floor.
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Camille Little goes up with the shot in the paint.
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Katie Smith shoots under the watchful eye of Assistant Coach Jenny Boucek.
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Sue Bird reacts to making a 30-foot three to beat the first-quarter buzzer, as signaled by a referee.
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Chloe Rubin (middle) and her friends celebrated her 11th birthday at the game.
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Ewelina Kobryn swats away a shot by Glory Johnson.
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Storm players make things difficult for Tulsa's Ivory Latta.
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A member of the Dance Troupe performs a flip during their halftime performance.
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Little focuses on the basket through contact.
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With the shot clock winding down, Bird encourages Kobryn to shoot; she banked in a long jumper.
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Young Storm fans show off the signs they made to bring to the game.
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Wright uses the floater to shoot over the defense.
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During her WNBA debut, Storm rookie Alysha Clark scored her first career point at the free throw line.
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A smiling Clark gets high fives in the postgame line.
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