In Thursday's WNBA action, the San Antonio Stars hosted the Indiana Fever for the final game ahead of the league's All-Star Game. With just two wins so far this season, the Stars were able to grab a third victory and their second against the Fever. Here's a look at how the Fever vs. Stars game played out, as well as a standings update and what's next for these two WNBA squads.

WNBA game recap

The San Antonio Stars were led by center Isabelle Harrison in today's win. She finished with 18 points and nine rebounds to lead her team. Harrison was 8-for-10 from the field in today's game.

The Stars' No. 1 draft pick Kelsey Plum shot 5-for-9 and tallied a season-high 16 points to help in the effort, along with six assists. Moriah Jefferson added 11 points and eight assists for the winning side.

Today's game was controlled by the home team throughout. San Antonio took a 25-12 lead after the first quarter and was up 47-26 by halftime. They outscored the Fever 24-16 in the third and by the fourth quarter, Indiana's 19-14 pace wasn't enough to get close as the Stars grabbed a huge blowout win.

Meanwhile, the Indiana Fever struggled to get much scoring from anyone on their roster today. Tiffany Mitchell came off the bench to replace M Coleman and ended up leading the team with 13 points, but no other player finished in double-digits.

All-Star Candice Dupree shot just 3-for-10 and finished with nine points to go with six boards. Erica Wheeler had seven points and Brianna January had just six.

The Fever shot just 34.8 percent for the game, while their opponents shot a red hot 60 percent from the field at home. In addition, San Antonio won the rebounding battle 36-24 and made good on 15-of-17 free throw attempts.

The home team was without their star Kayla McBride who sat out with a left ankle injury.

Standings & what's next

The 2017 WNBA All-Star Game takes place this coming Saturday from Seattle, Washington. Participating in this year's game will be the Fever's Candice Dupree, who will make her sixth overall appearance and also become the third player to make the All-Star Game for three different teams.

The San Antonio Stars bumped their record up to 3-18 overall and 2-8 at home with today's win. They're now 2-2 over their last four games, with both wins coming over Indiana. Next up, they'll play an early afternoon game against the Washington Mystics at home on Tuesday, July 25th at 12:30 p.m ET.

The Indiana Fever now drop to 8-13 overall and 3-8 on the road this season. The Fever are just 3-7 over their last 10 games. They'll try to bounce back with a win next Tuesday when they visit the Wings in Dallas. Game time is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET.