Training Camp Day 2 Recap

Day 2 of the 2015 Tulsa Shock Training Camp took place once again on the gym floor of the Tulsa Edison High School Athletic Center. Read the story here.

Training Camp Day 1 Recap

The Tulsa Shock officially opened the 2015 WNBA season at Tulsa Edison High School on Sunday afternoon with the first session of training camp. Read the recap here.

Girls on the Run 5K

On Saturday May 17th the Tulsa Shock and YWCA Tulsa teamed up for the 2015 Spring Girls on the Run 5K Event as part of the start of the annual WNBA Cares Week. Read more here.

Statement on League's Decision

Read the press release and Tulsa Shock President Steve Swetoha's statement on Glory Johnson-Griner here.

Tulsa Shock and YMCA Partnership

The Tulsa Shock and the YMCA of Greater Tulsa have reached a marketing partnership agreement for the summer of 2015 that will promote the values of health, fitness, education and character development.

Safety Poster Contest

The Tulsa Shock has partnered with Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) for the second consecutive year, to deliver the PSO Electrical Safety message to children through an elementary school poster-making contest. Teachers may complete the submission form here.

Shock Attends Earth Day Event

The Tulsa Shock attended the Tulsa Promenade Earth Day Event on April 22. At this event, President Steve Swetoha and Volt helped children from the Little LightHouse paint a mural.

2015 Draft Picks Press Conference

On Monday, April 20, 2015 the Tulsa Shock held a press conference for their 2015 Draft Picks, Amanda Zahui B (2nd overall), Brianna Kiesel (13th overall) and Mimi Mungedi (25th overall). Click here to watch the video. View the photo gallery here.
Training Camp Day 2
Training Camp Day 1
Girls on the Run 5K
Glory Johnson-Griner
YMCA Partnership
Safety Poster Contest
Earth Day
Press Conference


Through The Lens: USA Women's National Team Takes Gold!

Look at all of the highlights from the U.S. Women's National Team's gold medal winning performance versus Spain in the 2014 FIBA World Championship.


Look at all of the highlights from the U.S. Women's National Team's gold medal winning performance versus Spain in the 2014 FIBA World Cup.


Tina Charles scores 18 points, Maya Moore adds 16 points as the Women's National Team defeats Australia to advance to the 2014 FIBA World Cup Finals.


Brittney Griner scores 17 points, Tina Charles adds 15 points to lead the Women's National Team rout over France 94-72.


As the team heads into the semifinals of the FIBA World Championship for Women, an all-access look at its journey in Istanbul, Turkey.


Look back at the best of the 2014 WNBA regular season!