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Storm Hand Shock 16th Straight Loss In WNBA Action

SEATTLE, Wash (AP)- Camille Little scored a season-high 19 points, and the Seattle Storm led from the start in a 77-63 win over Tulsa on Thursday night, handing the Shock their 16th straight loss.

     Tanisha Wright added 11 points to help the Storm (13-10) snap a two-game skid and improve to 9-1 at home.Seattle has won 26 of its last 27 regular-season home games dating back to last season.

     Six-foot-eight rookie center Liz Cambage had a career-high 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, reaching double figures in scoring for the 16th time in 21 games, to lead the Shock (1-21).

     Tulsa moved one away from the league record for consecutive losses. The Atlanta Dream lost their first 17 games in 2008 during their inaugural season.

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