KENNEWICK, Wash. - The Fever head to Spokane Saturday and hope to shock the Shock. After starting the year 0-4, Tri-Cities has won two straight. They hope to avenge their Week 2 loss at home to Spokane. The Shock won that game 55-51, and have started the year 6-0. "This is a measuring stick to see how good we really are," said coach Cedric Walker."They are number two in the poll. The odds are against us but we don't care. As long as the 23 guys in the locker room believe in themselves that's all that matters us to us." "It would be a big upset," said DE Johnny Jackson. "They are 6-0. They don't think we can do it. We're the only ones that believe in ourselves, So, we're gonna go do it." The game is at 4 p.m. Saturday and will be broadcast on KNDU and KNDO.