Saturday night's WNBA slate featured the league's top team on the road against one of the teams near the bottom of the standings. The Minnesota Lynx headed into the game at 13-1 overall and looked dominant so far this WNBA season. However, the Chicago Sky got a big game from Courtney Vandersloot and shocked Minnesota with a 100-76 victory. Here's a look at how the Lynx vs. Sky game played out as well as a WNBA standings update and what's next for the two teams.

Lynx-Sky recap

The Chicago Sky received 26 points from guard Courtney Vandersloot in the win.

She hit 11-of-16 field goals including a 3-for-6 rate from downtown. In addition, Vandersloot dished out 13 assists and grabbed seven rebounds to help her team. Teammate Tamera Young had 18 points, five assists, and three rebounds, while Stefanie Dolson finished with 12 points and six assists. The Sky hit 43-of-72 field goals, good for a nearly-60 percent shooting rate for the game. In addition, they hit 47.1 percent of the three-point shots they attempted.

It was certainly a letdown game for a team that looked like the frontrunners for the WNBA Championship this season.

The Minnesota Lynx were led by Rebekkah Brunson. She finished with 22 points on Sylvia Fowles, who is the league's No. 2 scorer this season, finished with 13 points on a 6-for-7 performance while teammate Maya Moore was held to no field goals. She finished with eight points, all of which came at the charity stripe.

The Lynx only shot 40.3 percent in tonight's loss on the road.

They were also out-rebounded 33-24 and had a game-high 20 turnovers on the night. Chicago took control from the opening quarter, outscoring their opponents 31-26. They won each quarter after that, ultimately putting the game way out of reach for the league's top team.

Standings and what's next

The loss puts the Minnesota Lynx at 13-2 overall and 7-1 on the road.

They still own the league's top record in the standings. They look to bounce back from this loss with their next game, a road matchup against the Phoenix Mercury. That game takes place on July 14th beginning at 10 p.m. Eastern Time.

The Chicago Sky gained their fourth win of the season and are now 4-12 overall. They still have quite a climb in the standings if they want to factor into the playoff picture. Next up for the Sky will be a home game against the Dallas Wings. The matchup is slated for July 12th beginning at 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time.