On Saturday night, the San Antonio Stars got a big night from their rookie Kelsey Plum. With the Seattle Storm in town, the surging Stars took the game to overtime and eventually won 87-80, thanks to Plum's career-high. The win made for San Antonio's third straight on a season they've racked up just six wins total. Here's the latest on how the Storm vs. Stars game went down including top performers, stats, and what's next for the two WNBA teams.

WNBA game recap

The San Antonio Stars received a career-high 23 points from rookie Kelsey Plum. The former Washington Huskies guard shot 7-for-15 overall and 5-for-8 from downtown while also hitting all four of her free throws.

In addition, Plum had four assists, a block, and a steal as well as a three-pointer in overtime to give her team the lead for good. Teammate Kayla McBride had 17 points while Alex Montgomery finished with 15 points and 10 boards in the win.

The Seattle Storm also had a big night from one of their WNBA All-Star players. Despite it being a losing effort, center Breanna Stewart had 32 points and eight rebounds. Stewart shot 13-for-23 from the field and hit two of the four three-point shots she attempted. Jewel Loyd finished with 16 points and Shania Whitcomb came off the bench to add 11.

For the game, the Storm shot 45.1 percent from the field and 26.1 percent from downtown. The home team shot just 39.7 percent overall but hit 41.7 percent of their threes.

San Antonio also outrebounded Seattle 42-35, but the two teams combined for 39 turnovers.

While the Stars led 48-36 at the half, Seattle made the comeback in the second half. The Storm outscored San Antonio 36-24 to tie things up. In the extra session, the home team was able to score 15 points including Plum's 3-point shot with 90 seconds remaining.

That gave her team the lead for good as they would go on to capture this one 87-80.

Standings & what's next?

With the latest win, San Antonio is now 6-21 on the season. While the Stars won't be in the playoffs this time around, the latest performance by Plum and her team shows that this team may carry momentum into next season.

For their next game, San Antonio will visit the Sky in Chicago. Game time is set for 8 p.m. Eastern Time on Thursday evening.

The Seattle Storm (10-15) are still right on the cusp of getting into the WNBA's top eight standings. The top eight teams in winning percentages will qualify for playoff spots. They've now dropped three-straight games and will have another challenge on their hands as they visit the Connecticut Sun on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Eastern Time.