In Wednesday night's WNBA action, the Dallas Wings were able to grab a major road victory against the Chicago Sky. Not only did that win add to the Wings' season record, drawing them closer to .500, but it also helped Dallas secure their first-ever playoff spot since the franchise moved to the city. Skylar Diggins-Smith and Glory Johnson were among the top performers for their team. Here's a look at how the Wings vs. Sky game played out as well as a standings update and what's next on the schedule for these two teams.

WNBA game recap

In tonight's game, Glory Johnson shot 11-for-16 for the Dallas Wings and finished with 25 points.

Johnson also grabbed nine rebounds and had four steals in her latest game. All-Star Skylar Diggins-Smith scored a team-high 28 points on 8-for-19 shooting and also dished out eight assists in addition to her four blocks. Allisha Gray finished with 11 points on the night to aid in the team's big win against the Sky.

On the losing side, Allie Quigley was able to go 10-for-15 and finished with 25 points along with six assists. The Chicago Sky's Courtney Vandersloot tallied a double-double, scoring 15 points on 6-of-11 shooting, while also having 12 assists to her teammates. Stefani Dolson had 21 points on 9-for-12 shooting, while also getting nine assists and six rebounds. Also performing well for the home team was Jessica Breland who had 22 points and eight rebounds.

For the game, the Chicago Sky were actually shooting quite well and finished at 58.8 percent from the field and 45.5 percent from 3-point range. Dallas shot 42.2 percent overall and 33.3 percent from downtown. However, the Wings had a serious advantage on the boards, outrebounding the home team 40-28.

The Wings were able to get three big offensive rebounds late with Karima Christmas-Kelly getting fouled.

She sank two free throws to extend Dallas' lead to three. Allie Quigley couldn't hit her 3-point shot she attempted at the buzzer and the Sky failed to tie it, ultimately losing their chance at the playoffs.

Standings and what's next

The Dallas Wings' victory tonight brings their record to 16-17 overall and 6-11 on the road.

The team is assured no worse than the eighth playoff spot. They'll finish out their season with a home game on Sunday as they host the New York Liberty starting at 4 p.m. Eastern Time.

The Chicago Sky fall to 12-19 for their season and just 4-11 at home. The team is now eliminated from playoff contention and still has three games to go for the remainder of their schedule. Next up is a Friday night away game against the Minnesota Lynx, starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.