The Los Angeles Sparks' undefeated streak at home has officially come to an end. On Thursday, the Chicago Sky gave L.A. their first defeat at the Staples Center, 82-80 in an afternoon game. Courtney Vandersloot's double-double -- as well as a big shot from WNBA All-Star Stefanie Dolson -- helped to give their team the win. Here's a look at how the Chicago Sky defeated the Los Angeles Sparks on Thursday as well as a WNBA standings update and what's up next for the two teams.

WNBA game recap

In today's contest, the Chicago Sky received a game-winning trey from center Stefanie Dolson.

The Sky player nailed a wide open three-pointer with about 13 seconds remaining in the game to give her team the lead for good. Dolson, who was 7-for-12 in the game, finished with 15 points on the day, with the shot from downtown her biggest. Teammate Allie Quigley had 12 points on 4-for-11 shooting, including four shots from three-point range. Courtney Vandersloot also helped lead the way with a double-double as she scored 14 points and dished out as many assists.

The Los Angeles Sparks were led by the reigning WNBA MVP Nneka Ogwumike who had 24 points and 10 boards. Fellow All-Stars Candace Parker and Chelsea Gray added 19 and 17 points, respectively. Gray also had six assists, while Parker had six boards and five assists for her stat line.

Both teams shot well for the game with the home team shooting 48.5 percent and the visitors at a rate of 50 percent. The rebounding was even at 24 boards apiece, while turnovers were at 11 for L.A. and just one more for the Sky. Each team also hit six three-pointers, but it was the one that came late from Dolson that ultimately made the difference.

Standings & what's next

The two teams now have a bit of a break with the 2017 WNBA All-Star Game on Saturday. Competing in this year's game will be Chicago's Allie Quigley and Stefanie Dolson, as well as the Sparks' trio of Candace Parker, Nneka Oguwmike, and Chelsea Gray. The game is set for Saturday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time in Seattle.

With today's win, the Chicago Sky move to 8-13 overall and 6-6 on the road as the WNBA All-Star break arrives. Chicago was once looked at by teams as an easy win but has been on a good run, going 6-4 over their last 10 games. They're moving closer to the eighth spot held by Atlanta who is 9-11 overall. After the All-Star Game this weekend, Chicago plays at the Connecticut Sun next Tuesday starting at 7 p.m. Eastern Time.

The Los Angeles Sparks drop to 14-6 overall and 9-1 at home. They still rank second overall in the WNBA standings and are three games behind Minnesota for the lead. The Sparks are 7-3 over their last 10 games and will take on the Seattle Storm at home next Tuesday starting at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time.