Moore scores 20 as Lynx take down Tulsa Shock


Maya Moore scored 20 points or more for the 11th straight game and the Minnesota Lynx knocked off the Tulsa Shock 86-80 in Oklahoma Saturday night.

Moore had 4 rebounds and 3 assists to go with her 20 points, which she scored while shooting 8-for-17 from the field. The fifth-year forward is now two games away from tying the record for consecutive 20-plus-point games – held by Diana Taurasi at 13 straight – according to

Newly acquired center Sylvia Fowles also provided a strong scoring punch, with 19 points (including shooting 9-for-10 from the free throw line). Rebekah Brunson pulled in a team-high 12 rebounds.

Riquna Williams led Tulsa in the loss, scoring 35 of her team's points.

At 15-4, the Lynx are atop the WNBA standings and have won three in a row.

Tulsa is on a six-game losing streak.

Minnesota's next game is Tuesday at the Los Angeles Sparks. Tip is at 9 p.m. CST.

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