On Saturday, the Seattle Storm suffered a loss in their opening game of the 2017 WNBA season against the Los Angeles Sparks. Turnovers were the story, despite hot shooting from the Storm. Tonight, they'll get a chance to even their record at 1-1 with a home opener. Their latest opponents, an Indiana Fever team led by veterans Candice Dupree and Briann January. Seattle will hope to have Sue Bird back on the court, along with reigning WNBA Rookie of the Year Breanna Stewart. Here's the latest game preview including matchup odds, TV time, and how to watch it live streaming online.

Game preview

Despite a losing effort on Saturday, Jewell Lloyd emerged as the top scorer so far in the WNBA. Lloyd put in 25 points for the day, on 10-for-18 shooting in 33 minutes on the court. She also hit two of the six three-point shots she took, grabbed four rebounds, dished out four assists, and recorded two steals. Her team shot 52 percent for the game, but it was their 23 turnovers that cost them the win. On Sunday, Sue Bird may return after sitting out Saturday's game to rest her knee but was listed as a reserve as of this report. 2016 WNBA ROY Breanna Stewart was listed as a question mark in terms of her status to be on the court today due to her knee issues.

The Indiana Fever were amongst playoff contenders last season with a record of 17-17 but lost their two preseason games.

One of those games saw them leading by 13 points against Dallas, only to end up collapsing in the end. The team will embark on their latest quest to make a deep postseason run without the help of Tamika Catchings who retired. However, WNBA All-Star veteran Candice Dupree makes her debut with the team in today's game, after coming over from the Phoenix Mercury.

Today's game odds have the home team favored. Seattle is 15-18 all-time against the Fever over the two teams' matchup history, but the Storm are also 11-5 against them at home. The Seattle Storm were listed as 5.5-point favorites to win against the visiting Indiana Fever. The over/under was set at 158.5 points for the complete game.

On the future odds, the two teams rank fifth and sixth overall in terms of odds to win the WNBA Championship. Seattle has 10 to 1 odds while the Fever have 15 to 1 odds to win it all.

How to watch it live

Today's Indiana Fever vs. Seattle Storm game is scheduled for a 7 p.m. Eastern Time start from KeyArena. Live television coverage will be presented via WNBA League Pass and Q13/JoeTV where available.

For live streaming online coverage, fans will want to check into the WNBA League Pass subscription service. A free trial of the service is currently available for viewers to try out through May 18th, giving a good selection of games over the course of the next week. More details are available at the leaguepass.wnba.com website.