Saturday night's WNBA schedule featured just a single game as the Seattle storm hosted the Indiana Fever at Key Arena. Seattle was able to outlast the visitors in their latest game to earn a 90-84 win. Breanna Stewart and Crystal Langhorne combined for 44 points on the night to help lead the Storm to victory. Here's a look at the WNBA game recap for the Dream vs. Storm including top performers, as well as a standings update and what's next for the two teams.

WNBA game recap

In tonight's Seattle Storm victory, it was forwards Breanna Stewart and Crystal Langhorne coming up big.

Stewart shot 11-for-20, including 2-for-5 on threes, and finished with 24 points, while also grabbing nine rebounds. Langhorne was a perfect 9-for-9 from the field and had 20 points along with eight boards. The 2017 WNBA All-Star starter Sue Bird chipped in 12 points and dished out seven assists in the latest effort where all five Seattle starters scored in double-digits.

Seattle had to make a comeback in the fourth quarter as they were down 74-69 about halfway through. That's when Stewart and Langhorne were able to score the next five Seattle points and tie things up. With just over three minutes remaining, Stewart finished a reverse layup to put her team ahead 78-76. With the Storm in control, the Dream were unable to find an answer to try to keep things close.

On the losing side, the Atlanta Dream got 19 points from Tiffany Hayes on 8-of-15 shooting. Brenda Sykes added 16 points, while Layshia Clarendon scored 14 points and dished out eight assists. The Dream won the rebounding battle and also shot 43.8 percent for the game, but the home team shot at a hot rate of 51.5 percent including a 38.1 percent rate from downtown.

The late fourth quarter surge thanks to Langhorne and Stewart really sealed things for the home team as well.

Standings and what's next

Tonight's win boosts the Seattle Storm's overall record to 9-10, putting them just a win away from the .500 mark. Their next game will be against the Chicago Sky at home on Tuesday night. Game time is set for 9 p.m.

Eastern Time, with the contest set to be televised on the ESPN2 channel.

The Atlanta Dream fall to 8-10 overall on the season, and just 3-7 on the road. As of this report, they're still within the top four teams for the WNBA's Eastern Conference. They get a chance to bounce back when they play the San Antonio Stars on Tuesday in a home game with the start time set for 11:30 a.m. Eastern Time.