The Olympic break was unable to slow down the league-best Minnesota Lynx.
It's unlikely that the WNBA's worst team will do so.
The Lynx go for a fourth straight victory Sunday night when the Tulsa Shock try to end a 10-game losing streak in this series and a road slide that's lasted nearly a year.
After sweeping a home-and-home set with Tulsa leading into the league's month-long hiatus - and ending the club's first three-game skid since 2010 - Minnesota (16-4) returned Friday with a 98-69 victory over Washington.
The Western Conference leaders scored a season-high 32 points off turnovers and had their best assist output of 2012 with 29.
"I told our players it was really fun to watch," coach Cheryl Reeve said after the Lynx improved to 10-1 at home. "It was everything I hoped it could be in that game coming back."
The Lynx have won the first three meetings with Tulsa this season by an average of 18.7 points and are undefeated in this series since a 92-79 road loss June 4, 2010....