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The Dallas Wings bounced back after falling to Minnesota on Thursday, putting up a record-breaking performance to defeat the Lynx 95-77 on Saturday.

Marina Mabrey led the charge for the Wings, recording a career-high 28 points, while shootings 69.2 percent from the field. As a team, Dallas hit a franchise-record 17 three-pointers Saturday night, with Mabrey contributing five from deep.

Arike Ogunbowale had a historic night as well, netting 16 points and shooting four for five from beyond the arc. Saturday marked Ogunbowale’s 50th straight game scoring in the double-digits, becoming only the ninth player in WNBA history to do so.

Napheesa Collier and Crystal Dangerfield each scored 17 points for the Lynx, with Kayla McBride adding 13 points to the tally. Minnesota, however, was outshot and outrebounded by Dallas, with the Wings collecting 31 defensive boards.

The Lynx will attempt to shake off the loss when they head out on the road on Wednesday to face Atlanta. Dallas will hope to keep up momentum when they head to Connecticut to take on the Sun on Tuesday.