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Sun fall to the Shock

Rookie Odyssey Sims scored 30 points as the Tulsa Shock routed the Connecticut Sun on Thursday night, 96-83, before 5,396 at Mohegan Sun Arena.

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Connecticut's Chiney Ogwumike beats Tulsa's Glory Johnson to a rebound in the first half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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Connecticut's Allison Hightower saves the ball from going out of bounds against Tulsa in the first half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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Tulsa's Angel Goodrich (10) gets her scoop shot off as Connecticut's Katie Douglas defends in the first half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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Tulsa's Odyssey Sims (0) shoots over the defense of Connecticut's Chiney Ogwumike (13) and Alex Bentley (20) in the first half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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Connecticut's Alyssa Thomas, left, battles Tulsa's Roneeka Hodges for a loose ball in the first half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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Connecticut's Alyssa Thomas (25) is congratulated by teammates Kelsey Bone, left, and Allison Hightower after a basket and foul against Tulsa in the first half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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Connecticut's Alyssa Thomas is fouled by Tulsa's Jordan Hooper in the second half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena. The visiting Shock raced away with a 96-83 win.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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Connecticut's Renee Montgomery, left, and Katie Douglas harass Tulsa's Courtney Paris (3) in the second half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena. The visiting Shock raced away with a 96-83 win.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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Connecticut's Alyssa Thomas splits the defense of Tulsa's Roneeka Hodges (15) and Courney Paris (3) in the second half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena. The visiting Shock raced away with a 96-83 win.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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Connecticut's Alyssa Thomas takes the ball away from Tulsa's Vicki Bugh (22) in the second half of WNBA action Thursday, July 3, 2014 at Mohegan Sun Arena. The visiting Shock raced away with a 96-83 win.Sean D. Elliot/The Day

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