Ivory Latta of the Tulsa Shock takes Cayden to school in a game of P-I-G, as her teammate Liz Cambage leads Team Australia in the Olympics.
Australia's Liz Cambage (C) shoots over Maya Moore (R) and Tina Charles of the USA during the London 2012 Olympic Games on August 9, 2012 in London, England.
Liz Cambage #14 of Australia shoots a free throw shot against Russia during the Women's Basketball Preliminary Round match on Day 7 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Basketball Arena on August 3, 2012 in London, England.
Editor's Note: This story was originally published on Aug. 10, 2012.
TULSA - The Tulsa Shock doesn't just have an Olympian.
It has a history-making Olympian. They're calling her "Slambage."
Liz Cambage became the first woman to dunk in Olympic competition with her one-handed slam against Russia in Team Australia's 70-66 win on Aug. 2.
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After her run through the Olympics, Cambage will rejoin her Shock teammates, including Ivory Latta.
I met Ivory at the BOK Center for a little game of P-I-G.
And folks, this wasn't even close.
I didn't exactly miss every shot I took, but I also didn't make anything that Ivory couldn't.
This would be a quick rout!
Shots from the top of the key. Shots from behind the backboard. Shots that were bounced off the floor. Ivory simply couldn't miss!
These 2 for the Gold Olympic challenges have not gone well for me!
Here's to wishing Ivory, "Slambage" and the rest of the Tulsa Shock a great second half of the season.
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