A team that once appeared they might be lucky to have one win at the end of the season is now looking like they might not be the worst in the league. On Saturday night, the San Antonio Stars were able to win their seventh game of the season behind 23 points from Isabelle Harrison. The win crushed the Atlanta Dream who are trying to stay within playoff contention. Here's the latest Stars vs. Dream game recap including stats, top performers, the latest WNBA standings and games coming up for these two teams.

WNBA game recap

The San Antonio Stars received 23 points from center Isabelle Harrison on 10-for-12 shooting.

Harrison also grabbed seven rebounds, dished out four assists, had two steals, and two blocks for a complete stat line. Teammate Kayla McBride scored 13 points on 5-of-10 shooting while rookie Kelsey Plum finished with 10 points and six assists to help her team to the win.

Rookie Brittney Sykes scored 28 points for the Atlanta Dream with an 11-for-22 shooting night. Sykes also recorded four rebounds and three assists. The only other Dream players to finish in double digits for scoring were Elizabeth Williams and D Dantas, as Williams had 16 points and Dantas had 10 off the bench.

For the game, the Stars shot 52.4 percent from the floor as they hit 33-of-63 field goals. They were also 40 percent from 3-point range, connecting on four for the game.

The Dream shot at a rate of 41.4 percent overall and 30 percent from downtown. Rebounding was nearly even as San Antonio had 32 compared to 31 for Atlanta.

Standings, what's next?

Despite racking up wins, the Stars don't look like they'll qualify for the WNBA playoffs. However, the San Antonio Stars are on a surge over the second half of the season.

After looking like they'd be lucky to have one or two wins by season's end, they've now got a record of 7-22 overall. They're also not far behind the second-to-last team, the Indiana Fever, in the standings. A few more wins could put the Stars ahead of a slumping Indiana team. Next up, San Antonio visits the Storm in Seattle with game time set for 10 p.m.

Eastern Time on Tuesday night.

The Atlanta Dream still has a decent shot to make the postseason but they'll need to start winning. The team is on a disappointing seven-game slide. They're now 10-18 overall and 3-11 when away from home. Atlanta currently sits 1.5 games behind the Seattle Storm and Chicago Sky in the battle for the eighth and final WNBA playoff spot. Next up, Atlanta plays the red hot Connecticut Sun at home. That game takes place on Tuesday night at 7 pm ET.