WNBA's Shock sell out inaugural game in Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The Tulsa Shock have sold out all tickets for the WNBA franchise's inaugural game in its new home.

The Shock will use only the lower bowl of the BOK Center, meaning they have sold out nearly 7,500 seats for Saturday's opener against the Minnesota Lynx. Between 200 and 400 standing-room only tickets will be available for the game.

The Shock franchise moved from Detroit to Tulsa in the offseason.