Although the Tulsa Shocks season has ended, they still gave fans the excitement of great basketball.
From the addition of rookie Skylar Diggins to the team, to Liz Cambage coming back and having big double double games and to both Glory Johnson and Riquna Williams having red hot shooting with Williams icing her season off with a 51 point performance to set a WNBA scoring record was reason enough to watch them play.
When the Shocks played, they played hard and never gave up no matter how far behind in points they were. Most games, while trialing behind their opponents, the Shocks made some amazing comebacks giving themselves chances to win games.
Even though they did not have a good record, their record did not depict who the Shocks were. They burst their buns by hustling up and down the court, went after every loose ball and rebound and just simply gave their all whether they won or lost.
Next season should be an even more exciting Shocks team. If Riquna Williams and Glory Johnson continues to score high double digit points, Liz Cambage dominates the paint offensively and defensively and Sklyar Diggins (with her rookie season under her belt) dominates in the assist area and from behind the three point line, there's no reason to not believe that this Tulsa Shock team will be in next season's playoffs.
Only time will tell.