The Lynx beat Tulsa for the second time in three days on Thursday. This time the site was Target Center, filled with kids for camp day.

Maya Moore gave them plenty to cheer about. The second-year forward scored a career-high 28 points, including a team-record 19 in the second quarter, as the Lynx beat the Shock 89-74. The announced attendance was 15,318 – the second largest crowd in the team's 14-year history.

This was the final game for Moore before she and teammates Seimone Augustus and Lindsay Whalen leave to join the U.S. team for the London Summer Olympics. Everyone else will get a five-week break.

Augustus scored 14 points and Whalen 11 as the Lynx (15-4) beat Tulsa for the ninth consecutive time. Also in double figures was guard Monica Wright, starting for injured Rebekkah Brunson, with 14 points.

But it was Moore, the former UConn all-america player, who was the show. She had her first back-to-back 20-point games – she had 24 against Tulsa on Tuesday.

The Lynx were trailing by one point early in the second quarter when Moore scored 10 consecutive points to give them a nine-point lead.

She was six-for-eight from the floor and made six of seven free throws in the second quarter for her 19 points, a franchise record for one quarter. The previous record was 17, set by Augustus as a rookie in 2006 and tied by Candice Wiggins on Tuesday in the fourth quarter at Tulsa. The Lynx won that game 107-86.