Shock sends Lynx to third straight loss, 83-77

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What's going on with the Minnesota Lynx?

The Lynx lost at home to the Tulsa Shock, 83-77 Friday night. It's the third straight loss for the Lynx.

The difference in the game was the third quarter, when the Shock outscored Minnesota, 24-16.

Without Rebekkah Brunson, who was out with an injury, the Lynx couldn't stop Tulsa center, Liz Cambage, who poured in 27 points.

Seimone Augustus led Minnesota with a game-high 29 points.

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