The Connecticut Sun continue their winning ways. On Saturday night, their WNBA All-Star players Alyssa Thomas and Jonquel Jones each recorded double-doubles to help the team capture an eight-point victory. The latest team adding another loss to their record was the Dallas Wings who are still trying to maintain a postseason spot. Here are the most recent Wings vs. Sun game recap including top performers and stats as well as a WNBA standings update and whats next for the two teams.

WNBA game recap

With Connecticut Sun All-Star Jasmine Thomas hobbled by a sprained ankle she recently suffered, she played just 14 minutes in tonight's game.

Thomas scored six points on 2-for-6 shooting. Her fellow WNBA All-Star teammates, Jonquel Jones and Jasmine Thomas put in double-double performances for a combined 40 points and 39 rebounds between them. Jones finished with 19 points on 4-for-9 shooting with 16 boards, while Thomas had 13 rebounds and 21 points to lead all Sun scorers. All of the starters finished in double-digits with Courtney Williams scoring 19, Bentley scoring 12, and Stricken scoring 15.

For the Dallas Wings, Allisha Gray scored 21 points on 7-of-13 made shots. Skylar Diggins-Smith had 19 points, five assists, and four rebounds, while Glory Johnson had a double-double of 20 points and 12 rebounds, as well as four steals.

The Wings shot 38.4 percent for the game with a 30.4 percent 3-point rate but were outrebounded 41-28.

The Sun shot just 21.1 percent from downtown in this game, but overall they hit 46.1 percent of their shots. The fact that they had the monster performances from their All-Star players en route to double-doubles certainly helped them surge to their fifth-straight win at home.

The Sun held a 56-48 lead at the half and were able to withstand a Dallas run in the third where the Wings outscored them 24-19. Connecticut closed out the game with a 22-16 fourth quarter to take the W.

Standings & what's next

Tonight's fifth-straight win keeps the Connecticut Sun at the No. 3 spot in the WNBA's overall standings.

With a record of 16-9 overall, they are two games behind the No. 2 team, the Los Angeles Sparks, in the playoff standings. If the Sun can get the spot, they secure a bye deeper into the playoff rounds. Next up for Connecticut is a road game against the Atlanta Dream starting at 7 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday night.

The Dallas Wings are now 13-16 overall and clinging to one of the final two playoff spots of the eight total spots available. Chicago is 11-16 and has the eighth spot with the 10-16 Seattle Storm and 10-17 Atlanta Dream right there. The Wings will get a week off between games, with their next matchup scheduled for 8 p.m. Eastern Time next Saturday at home against Atlanta.