With the 2017 WNBA season still getting going, the Minnesota Lynx have started to show that once again they're a team to watch out for. On Thursday night, they picked up their second win of the season to stay undefeated. The Lynx defeated the New York Liberty 90-71 in a rout, thanks to Maya Moore's double-double. In addition to Moore's standout performance, her fellow starting teammates all finished with double-digits. Here's a look at how the Lynx got the win over New York on Thursday night as well as what's up next for both of these WNBA squads.

How the Lynx won

Former University of Connecticut Huskies star Maya Moore continues to play at a high level in the professional league. In tonight's game, Moore tallied 16 points along with 11 rebounds and six assists. 12 of those 16 points were scored in the second half. For the night, Moore shot just 6-for-18 from the field but hit two of her three attempted three-pointers. Her latest double-double was the 29th of her professional basketball career.

All of Moore's teammates also finished in double-digits for scoring. Center Sylvia Fowles had 12 points along with seven boards, while guard Lindsay Whalen also finished with 12 points to go with her five assists. Seimone Augustus and Rebekkah Brunson scored 11 points each in the win by the Minnesota Lynx.

The team won the battle of the boards 37-33, while turnovers were an even 11 apiece for the game.

On the losing side, the New York Liberty got a game-high 20 points from Sugar Rodgers on 6-for-14 shooting. Fellow guard Brittany Boyd was the only other Liberty player to finish with double-digit points, as she had 16 points in the win.

As a team, the Liberty were held to just 35.3 percent shooting from the floor, along with 37.5 percent three-point shooting. The Lynx shot 32-for-70 for the game or 45.7 percent for their field goal rate.

What's up next?

The Minnesota Lynx have now opened their season at a perfect 2-0 which has them atop the West standings. Los Angeles and Dallas are each 1-0 right now.

Next up for Minnesota will be a road game at the Dallas Wings on Saturday night at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.

The loss puts the New York Liberty at 1-1 for their season so far. That's still good for third place right now in the East behind 1-0 teams Atlanta and Washington. New York won't play again until Tuesday, May 23rd, when they'll be at the Phoenix Mercury for a 10 p.m. Eastern Time game at Talking Stick Resort Arena.