The New York Liberty handed the Indiana Fever their worst loss of the season, a 32-point beat-down on June 3.
Two weeks later, the Eastern Conference contenders meet again on Sunday in Indianapolis.
The Fever (5-7) snapped a three-game slide with an 84-75 victory over San Antonio on Friday, but are still looking to develop some chemistry, after last year's run to the WNBA Finals.
The Fever is 11th in points per game (78.5) and 10th in assists.
Indiana had only 11 assists to the Liberty's 22 in the blowout loss in early June. The Fever shot 32.8 percent from the floor and made only 3-of-20 3-pointers. They scored only nine points in the second quarter and 13 in the fourth.
"Out toughed us, out worked us, out executed us, out efforted us, really kicked our (butt)," Fever coach Stephanie White told reporters after the game. "That's all there is to it. That's all I have to say about that."
White has since announced that this will be her last season with the Fever. She has agreed to become head coach at Vanderbilt after the season.
Indiana veteran Tamika Catchings also has announced that this will be her last season. Catchings is the WNBA's second all-time leading scorer.
The Liberty (7-4) sits in second place in the Eastern Conference, one game behind the Atlanta Dream. They have won three straight games, including an 80-72 victory at Connecticut in their last outing Thursday.
New York leads the WNBA in rebounding, averaging 38.8 boards per game. Veteran forward Tina Charles bolsters the Liberty's front line. She's averaging 21.6 points and 9.4 rebounds, and is among the WNBA leaders in both categories.
Charles had a career-high 32 points in the win over Connecticut, and veteran Swin Cash became the 14th player in WNBA history to reach 5,000 points.
The teams met eight times last season, including in the playoffs. Indiana won six of the eight games.