INDIANAPOLIS -- The Shock used a different path to get to the same result on Tuesday.
Tulsa led for part of the game, but couldn't keep up with the Indiana Fever in the end in a 82-74 loss.
Tulsa rookie Liz Cambage sat out of the game due to her concussion suffered in the Shock's previous game against Connecticut.
The Shock led with just more than four minutes remaining in the game, but the Fever went on a 16-4 run following that to take control of the game.
Tulsa led 43-42 at the half and by as many as four in the game. It once again shot poorly, putting up 39.7 percent shooting in the game.
The Shock had 12 offensive rebounds but shot just 58 percent from the free-throw line.
Ivory Latta led Tulsa again with 19 points and added five assists.
Andrea Riley had 10 points off the bench.
Tulsa is still looking for its first win of the season (0-5) and will get another shot on Saturday at home against Washington. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m.