On Sunday, Jonquel Jones and the two Thomases had double-digit scoring to help lead the Connecticut Sun to a win at home. With a Washington Mystics' loss to the New York Liberty taking place right around the same time, Connecticut was able to take back control of the Eastern Conference standings lead. Here's a look at how the Sun took this game 89-74 at Mohegan Sun Arena, as well as a WNBA standings update and what's next for these two teams.

WNBA game recap

While the Connecticut Sun didn't receive huge performances from a single star, their two All-Star players each scored 13 points.

Jonquel Jones shot 3-for-7 and had 13 points along with six boards, while Jasmine Thomas hit 6-of-10 shots for 13 points along with four assists. Alyssa Thomas also finished with 13 points and nine rebounds on the day. Guard Courtney Williams led all starters with 15 points on 7-for-12 shooting and also snatched six boards.

The Sun shot at a rate of 50 percent for the day, including 6-of-21 three-point shots made. San Antonio shot at a rate of 46.5 percent and 23.1 percent from downtown. Connecticut also limited their turnovers to just nine for the day compared to 14 for the visitors. While the Stars actually held a five-point lead at the half, the Sun blew things open in the third, outscoring the opponents 33-10 to take a commanding lead into the fourth.

On the losing side, San Antonio received 17 points from their center Isabelle Harrison along with six rebounds. Kayla McBride shot 6-for-11 from the field and finished with 14 points, but also suffered a left ankle injury. The team noted later that they would provide further updates on McBride's condition. Rookie Kelsey Plum had 11 points as she continues to find her rhythm in her first pro season.

Standings & what's next

Today's victory brings the Connecticut Sun to an overall record of 12-8 and 5-3 at home. The team was able to reclaim the lead at the top of the East standings due to the Mystics losing their game to New York. Next up for Connecticut is an away game against that New York team on Wednesday, beginning at 11 a.m.

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The San Antonio Stars are now at a disappointing 2-17 for the season and still rank at the bottom of the Western Conference and overall WNBA standings. However, their two wins have come within the past five games, showing a glimpse of the team's potential to get more victories. The team will visit the Atlanta Dream on Tuesday morning, with the game slated for an 11:30 a.m. Eastern Time start.