With just a few games left for the WNBA's regular season, a handful of teams are looking towards the postseason. One of them is the Minnesota Lynx, while the Indiana Fever are simply playing for pride's sake. On Wednesday night, Minnesota captured a double-digit win in Indiana to get their 25th victory of the season. WNBA All-Stars Maya Moore and Sylvia Fowles led the way for the latest win. Here's a look at the Lynx vs. Fever recap with top performers, stats, and the latest on these two teams' upcoming schedules.

WNBA game recap

In their 25th win of the season, the Minnesota Lynx received strong contributions from Maya Moore and Sylvia Fowles.

Moore shot 6-of-11 with a 2-for-3 rate from downtown and finished with a team-high 18 points. Fowles achieved yet another double-double as she shot 5-of-9 for 12 points and also grabbed 13 boards. Seimone Augustus added 14 points, while Alexis Jones came off the bench to contribute 11 and Jia Perkins 10 points.

The Lynx found themselves down 27-26 after the first quarter but outscored the home team 16-11 in the second to take a 42-38 halftime lead. The Fever closed the gap to just two points heading into the final quarter where the Lynx surged to outscore them 20-11. When all was said and done, Minnesota had an 80-69 win away from home.

The visitors shot at a rate of 49.2 percent compared to 44.1 percent for the home team.

The turnover situation saw each team with nine for the game, while Minnesota won the rebounding battle, but only slightly, as they outrebounded the Fever 31-30.

For the losing side, the Indiana Fever got 17 points from Erica Wheeler on a 7-for-19 shooting night. Wheeler hit 2-of-7 of her 3-point shots and also dished out seven assists.

Candice Dupree had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, but no other Indiana players scored more than nine points in the effort.

Standings & what's next

Tonight's win on the road brings the Minnesota Lynx record to 25-7 overall and 12-5 on the road. The team still holds the No. 1 seed in the WNBA playoffs with just two games left on their schedule.

For their next matchup, the Lynx will play the the Chicago Sky in Minnesota this Friday starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, before finishing out their schedule with a game on Sunday against the Washington Mystics at home.

The Indiana Fever drop to a record of 9-24 overall and 6-10 at home. The team has already been eliminated from the playoff picture due to their record. With just one game left, they'll finish out their regular season on Saturday evening at 7 p.m. Eastern Time when they host the San Antonio Stars.