Shock Advance To Eastern Conference Finals
AUBURN HILLS, MI. - With the Detroit Shock's 94-79 win tonight over the Atlanta Dream, the Shock have swept the Dream to advance to their fourth straight Eastern Conference Finals.
The Shock's opponent is to be determined, however Game 1 will be played at the home site of the lower seed on September 23.
The Shock schedule for the Eastern Conference Finals is as follows (all times are Eastern):
Game Date Time TV
Game 1 Wednesday, Sept. 23 8:00PM ESPN2
Game 2 Friday, Sept. 25 TBD NBATV
Game 3 * Sunday, Sept. 26 TBD NBATV
The Shock along with Meijer, their presenting sponsor, are continuing to show their support in these tough economic times by giving away 2,000 FREE general admission tickets to each Shock home playoff game at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
Those interested in free playoff tickets can go to DetroitShock.com or call (248) 377-0100 and use the password "playoffs" to redeem their free tickets. There is a five-ticket limit per person.
Experience the three-time WNBA Champion Detroit Shock presented by Meijer in 2009 by calling 248.377.0100 or by logging on to www.DetroitShock.com for ticket information.
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