With the Seattle Storm struggling to stay within the top eight of the WNBA standings, they picked up a much-needed win on Saturday evening. Breanna Stewart came up with a big double-double as the team blew out a Dallas Wings team by 20 points. The victory halted a four-game winning streak by Dallas while ending Seattle's own losing streak. Here's a look at how the Storm vs. Wings game played out with Seattle getting the 89-69 victory, as well as a look at the latest WNBA standings and what's next for both of these teams.

Game recap

The Seattle Storm received a big night from center Breanna Stewart.

She put up 30 points on 13-for-21 shooting, to go with 10 rebounds, three assists, two blocks, and a steal. Stewart even nailed two shots from downtown and was a major factor in the team's win. Teammate Crystal Langhorne scored 19 points while snatching seven boards. Sue Bird finished with 12 points and dished out eight assists in the Storm's win which snapped a three-game losing streak.

The Dallas Wings had come into the game on a bit of a hot streak but found that halted by Seattle. Glory Johnson had 18 points on 8-for-18 shooting while also getting 10 rebounds. Alisha Gray had 15 points while Skylar Diggins-Smith finished with 13 points and four assists in the losing effort.

While Seattle had just a 19-17 lead after the first quarter, it was the scoring pace in the next two quarters that put things out of reach for Dallas.

The Storm outscored the Wings 51-34 over the second and third quarters to put the game away in their favor going into the final quarter.

As a team, Dallas shot a disappointing 35.3 percent for the game compared to a red hot 56.9 percent for the visiting Seattle Storm. The Wings connected on just one of the 17 three-pointers they attempted for a dismal 5.9 percent rate from downtown.

Seattle also outrebounded Dallas 35-32 and had a game-high 29 assists compared to just 13 for the home team.

Standings & what's next

Today's win moved the Seattle Storm to a 7-8 record overall and keeps them at a good pace for one of the eight spots in the WNBA standings. Their next game comes on Thursday, July 6th at home against the New York Liberty with a 10 p.m.

Eastern Time start scheduled.

The Dallas Wings fall to 8-9 for the season and are still right there competing for one of those eight WNBA spots for the postseason. Next up for the Wings will be a home game against the Atlanta Dream. That matchup is scheduled for Wednesday, July 5th beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.