7 p.m. vs. Chicago • ESPN2, 106.1-FM

Preview: A 91-68 victory over San Antonio on Saturday was just the salve the Lynx (14-3) needed after losing their three previous games. Chicago (7-9) had lost four of five games before completing a season sweep of Washington with an 86-84 victory Friday. The Lynx won the first meeting 97-80 in Chicago on May 18.

Players to watch: Lynx G Seimone Augustus has scored in double figures in only one of the past six games. … Center Sylvia Fowles spent the first seven years of her WNBA career with Chicago. ... Sky F Elena Delle Donne, the reigning WNBA MVP, is averaging 20.3 points, No. 2 in the league. ... Four players between the two teams were named to the WNBA’s 20 @ 20 Team, which honored the 20 most influential players inthe league’s 20-year history: Lynx players Augustus, Maya Moore and Lindsay Whalen and Sky guard Cappie Pondexter.

Numbers: The Lynx perimeter defense was much improved Saturday, holding San Antonio to 27.8 percent shooting from three-point-range. ... Three Lynx players are among the top seven in the league in free-throw shooting: Rebekkah Brunson is No. 1 at 100 percent (33-33), Whalen is No. 3 at 93.5 percent (29-31) and Moore No. 7 at 90.4 percent (66-73).

JIM PAULSEN