WNBA Seattle Storm vs. Tulsa Shock June 7th, 2013


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1.jpg Hey, they finally got King Street Station finished!
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2.jpg With all the Shock players missing, we have a real chance tonight.
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7.jpg If the game were about high five, the Shock would have already won.
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12.jpg Hey you forgot something!
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13.jpg Oh yeah.
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25.jpg Now that was a serious screen.
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27.jpg Pass to...
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28.jpg ...Pedersen who always seemed to be open.
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30.jpg Another shot by Pedersen.
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32.jpg I wonder what wide-open person Glory could be passing to.
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33.jpg You guessed it.
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34.jpg Another monster screen.
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36.jpg Who should the Shock pass to now.
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37.jpg She's six foot four. How do you forget about her?
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38.jpg No, it's not as bad as it looks.
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39.jpg She was swatting the ball.
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44.jpg Our offense is just not rotating.
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49.jpg Seattle U won their conference and they haven't been Division I for very long.
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53.jpg Here's some seriously lazy defense.
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55.jpg Pedersen just rotates around Stricklen. Did she think there was a foul?
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58.jpg Finally someone is challenging Pedersen.
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63.jpg We could have used this defense a bit earlier.
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66.jpg Oh that's right. We didn't make any of our three pointers.
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75.jpg Quinn says she was pushed,
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80.jpg I think Temeka uses her size to her advantage.
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83.jpg There's a great screen.
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84.jpg This would have been wonderful if it had gone in.
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85.jpg Someone forgot to call a foul here.
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86.jpg Let's kick back while the refs figure out what's going on.
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90.jpg Stricklen has to call a timeout because she's stuck in the corner.
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91.jpg Temeka can run under all the defenders.
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92.jpg I lost count of the fouls in this sequence.
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95.jpg Didn't you see any of that.
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