The Minnesota Lynx won their 4th game in a row to stay on the heels of the Phoenix Mercury for the leagues best record with a 93-82 win over the Tulsa Shock on Wednesday afternoon.

The Lynx hosted thousands of children for their annual Camp Day at the Target Center. The announced attendance was 16,413, filling most of the upper and lower bowls of the arena, setting a regular-season franchise record.

Maya Moore continued to show that she is the league's best player finishing with a game high 32 points. She also had 9 Reb, 5 Ast, 2 Stl, 1 Blk. Damiris Dantas had another double/double with 10 points and 11 Reb. while six Lynx players scored double figures.

The Shock were lead by second year star Skylar Diggins' 19 points and Glory Johnson's double/double 16 points, 10 Reb. Tulsa were plagued by 16 turn overs which led to 26 fast break points for Minnesota.

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