Sunday's WNBA action included a thrilling double-overtime game featuring the surging Chicago Sky against the Dallas Wings. While the Sky came in with a nice winning streak, the home team wasn't about to become the latest part of their streak. The Wings picked up 20-plus points each from Skylar Diggins-Smith and Kaela Davis en route to a 112-106 victory. Here's a look at how the Sky vs. Wings game played out, as well as a standings update and what's up next for the two WNBA teams.

WNBA game recap

The Dallas Wings received top performances on Sunday from Skylar Diggins-Smith and Kaela Davis.

Diggins-Smith tallied 26 points on 8-for-21 shooting while Davis scored a career-higher 23 points. Teammate Karima Christmas-Kelly added 17 points, while Glory Johnson picked up 12 points and nine boards.

Dallas trailed 44-39 at the half but outscored their opponents 48-43 in the second half to force the first overtime. Layups from Kaela Davis and Theresa Plaisance, along with Diggins-Smith's made free throws ended up getting the team its win in the second overtime.

The Chicago Sky had entered today's game on a three-game winning-streak, including a win over Dallas 90-84 four days ago. However, today they ran into a more determined Wings' squad who took it to the two extra sessions to decide things.

Stefanie Dolson led the Sky with a career-high 26 points and 10 rebounds, while teammate Allie Quigley scored 22 points on 6-for-13 shooting.

The Wings shot just 36.1 percent for the game and only 12 percent from downtown. However, they had 44 free throw attempts and missed just five of them all game. The visitors had 32 trips to the line in today's game.

The Wings also won the battle of the boards 45-40 and limited their turnovers to just 12 throughout the game. The Sky coughed up the ball 21 times in today's double OT loss.

Standings and what's next

The Dallas Wings now own a record of 10-11 overall and 6-5 at home. Dallas ranks seventh in the WNBA standings but the Storm, Dream, and Fever are all right behind them.

They'll take on the Minnesota Lynx at home on Wednesday with game time starting at 1 p.m. Eastern Time.

The Chicago Sky fall to 6-13 after today's loss with a 4-6 record on the road. While they're the n last place in the Eastern Conference, they are just 2.5 games behind the Atlanta Dream for fourth place. For their next game, Chicago takes on the Storm in Seattle. That game takes place Tuesday night beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN2.