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SEATTLE (AP) - Reserve Svetlana Abrosimova had 20 points, and Swin Cash added 18 to help lead the Seattle Storm to a 111-65 win over the Tulsa Shock on Saturday night in a clash between the teams with the WNBA’s best and worst records.
Seattle set a league record for largest margin of victory (46 points), topping by one point a win by the Houston Comets in 1998.
Ivory Latta had 14 points to lead Tulsa (5-24), which has lost nine of 10 and 21 of 23.
Seattle, which lost 84-75 at Tulsa on Tuesday, led 60-27 at halftime of the rematch.
Jackson went to the bench with 5:13 remaining in the third quarter and didn’t return because of the lopsided score. The Storm led by as many as 46 in the third quarter. All five Seattle starters sat out the fourth quarter.
Ten players scored in the first half to help give the Storm grab their big lead, one point short of the team record of 61 set against Phoenix in 2007. Seattle led by as many as 36 in the opening half.
Seattle shot 20 of 35 (57 percent), including five 3-pointers, from the field in the first half and made 15 of 16 free throws. The Shock shot 10 of 32 (20 percent).
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