Lynx gameday

3:30 P.M. at tulsa • No TV, 106.1-FM

Lynx update: The Lynx (11-3) take their third three-game winning streak of the season to Tulsa trying to win four in a row for the first time. They are coming off an impressive home victory over Chicago which, when coupled with Tulsa’s loss in San Antonio on Friday, gave the Lynx a two-game lead over both red-hot Phoenix and Tulsa in the Western Conference. Playing without injured G Seimone Augustus (knee), the Lynx had their most balanced effort of the season. F Maya Moore had 29 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three blocks, and G Anna Cruz had 16 points, eight rebounds and five assists in her first start. The Lynx, who lost to Tulsa at home June 21, have won 10 consecutive games in Tulsa.

Shock update: After seemingly finding a way to move forward without injured guard Skylar Diggins, the Shock (10-6) has lost two in a row, falling out of a tie for first in the West in the process. Friday the team shot just 30.9 percent, and the backcourt tandem of Odyssey Sims and Riquna Williams shot a combined 7-for-31 in a seven-point loss at San Antonio. The Shock are the only WNBA team without a home loss (6-0).

Kent Youngblood