TULSA — Lindsay Whalen scored a season-high 25 points, Maya Moore added 22 and the Western Conference-leading Minnesota Lynx won their fourth consecutive game, 86-75 over the Tulsa Shock.
Minnesota (11-3) grabbed control of the contest early, using a 17-2 first-quarter run to grab a quick 24-9 edge.
Tulsa (3-13) dropped its sixth straight game, with its last five losses coming by double digits. Riquana Williams paced the Shock with 22 points, including 13 in the second quarter.
Tulsa rookie Skylar Diggins was held scoreless for the first time this season before leaving the game with 3:12 to play with an ankle injury. Sequoyah grad Angel Goodrich scored five points with one steal and one assist for the Shock.