In the upcoming Atlanta Dream vs. Tulsa Shock game, two WNBA franchise will face each other in what is one of the most anticipated games for both sides. The Dream, who hail from Atlanta, Georgia and the Shock, who hail from Tulsa, Oklahoma are franchises that have proven their worth time and again on the court. You can catch the game live after ordering Atlanta Dream vs Tulsa Shock tickets.
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Atlanta Dream vs Tulsa Shock
The Atlanta Dream was founded in 2007 and is now a member of the Eastern Conference of the WNBA. It plays home games at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia and its official colors are sky blue, red, royal blue and white. The Dream is owned by Dream Too LLC with Angela Taylor as the general manager and Michael Cooper as the head coach.
Unlike other WNBA teams, the Atlanta Dream is not affiliated with an NBA franchise. The team has consistently qualified for the WNBA Playoffs five out of six times and reached the WNBA Finals three times. Some of the best known WNBA players have been part of the team, including Shoni Schimmel, Izi Castro Masques, Betty Lennox and Angel McCoughtry.
During their first season in the WNBA, an average of nearly eight thousand people attended their games. The team has produced seven All–Stars and one Olympian. The Dream are on a dream run and have consecutively won three Conference Championships since 2010.
They will face the Western Conference’s Tulsa Shock in their upcoming fixture. Founded in 1998, the Tulsa Shock were known as the Detroit Shock until 2009 when they moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Shock play at the BOK Center and their official colors are black, white, red and gold. The Shock are owned by Tulsa Pro Hoops LLC and Steve Swetoha is the team’s general manager while Fred Williams is the team's head coach.
The franchise has won three WNBA League Championships; in 2003, 2006 and 2008. The Tulsa Shock have also won four Conference Championships; in 2003, 2006, 2007 and 2008. Volt is the franchise's official mascot.
The Shock have been home to some of the greatest players in the WNBA, including Deanna Nolan, all–time leading scorer in the WNBA Katie Smith, Cheryl Ford and Liz Cambage. Two of their players, Lynette Woodard and Nancy Lieberman, have been inducted into the WNBA Hall of Fame. Their players have clocked more than twenty All–Star appearances, making them one of most exciting teams in the league. To catch them live, buy Atlanta Dream vs Tulsa Shock tickets.