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Shock Crushes Storm Behind Williams' 26

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Riquna Williams scored 26 points on 9-15 shooting to lead the Tulsa Shock past the Seattle Storm 86-59 Wednesday afternoon.

Tulsa (4-13) also got 15 points from Glory Johnson and 14 from Angel Goodrich. Liz Cambage added 13 points and eight rebounds while Candice Wiggins added nine points and four assists. 

Seattle (6-9) stuggled mightily from the field, collectively shooting 35 percent from the floor and 6-22 from deep.  Camille Little led the way for the Storm with 11 points while Tina Thompson chipped in 10. 

Unlike the Storm, Tulsa couldn't miss.  The Shock shot 57.4 percent from the floor and 8-13 (61.5 percent) from downtown. 

Tulsa led 19-11 after the first and took an overwhelming 45-26 lead into the half. 

Rookie Skylar Diggins did not play due to a bad ankle.  The injury isn't considered to be serious. 

The Shock are back at it Friday night as they host the Connecticut Sun. 

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