Saturday marked the final day of the WNBA season for two teams. The San Antonio Stars visited the Indiana Fever in a showdown between the league's two lowest teams in the standings. The Stars had achieved just seven wins all season, and just one victory on the road. However, they managed to close out their regular season on a winning note, as they escaped Indiana with a four-point victory. Here's the latest Stars vs. Fever game recap including the top performers, statistics, a standings update, and what's next for these two teams.

WNBA game recap

Tonight's game saw San Antonio up 18-15 after the first quarter, but Indiana ended up taking a 32-28 lead into the half. The Stars came out fired up en route to a 27-19 third quarter to retake control. The two teams were even through the fourth quarter at 20 apiece with the Stars managing to hold on for the five-point win.

Finishing out the season strong for the San Antonio Stars was guard Kayla McBride. She shot 8-for-12 overall and hit 11-of-11 free throws to finish with 28 points. McBride also grabbed 11 rebounds and dished out six assists. Rookie Kelsey Plum had 11 points and five assists, while center Kayla Alexander shot 5-for-7 and had 11 points as well. Dana Hamby came off the bench to contribute 10 in the win.

The Stars shot 43.9 percent for the game from the field with a 42.9 percent rate from 3-point range. The home team shot slightly lower at 42.6 percent overall and 23.1 percent from long range. Indiana barely won the rebounding battle 35-34 and had fewer turnovers than the visitors.

For the Indiana Fever, All-Star Candice Dupree shot 8-for-16 in the game and finished with 19 points as well as 13 rebounds.

Forward Nano Achonwa had 18 points and eight rebounds while Erica Wheeler scored 14 points to go with six assists for the game.

Standings & what's next

The San Antonio Stars finish out their 2017 WNBA season with an 8-26 overall record, a 6-11 home record, and a 2-15 record on the road. There are no more games this season for the team, so they'll look to the offseason to try to improve upon what worked and possibly add some new personnel through the draft or trades.

The same goes for the Indiana Fever, as they are not going to be in the WNBA Playoffs either based on their record. The Fever close this season with a 9-25 record which is just a game above San Antonio in the standings. Indiana also went 6-11 at home and 2-15 on the road for the season.