Sparks finally get that first road win, beat Shock 94-78

The Sparks finally got one on the road, downing the Shock 94-78. Candace Parker lead Los Angeles with 30 points, and Kristi Toliver added 25. Lindsey Harding tied her season high of eight assists.

Four Tulsa players were in double figures, lead by rookie Skylar Diggins, with 19 points.

Box score.

Tomorrow’s game previews:

Sky at Sun

Mystics at Silver Stars

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  1. Apparently Coach Peck and Pam Ward were accurate and Glory Johnson's "ding" is a neck problem, not an aggravation of her prior shoulder problems.
    http://www.tulsaworld.com/article.aspx/Sparks_light_up_Shock_in_94_78_win/20130712_29_B1_CUTLIN192903

    On another matter, what do you think of Elizabeth Cambage's game?
    I've read where she put up very impresseive numbers (in Asia?) this past season. I've seen her play only during last summer's Olympics and a couple of times this season; she seems rather slow and mechanical.
    Am I missing something?

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