friday night's WNBA regular season schedule will feature three games on the slate for fans to enjoy. Among them will be the Phoenix Mercury (1-1) visiting the San Antonio Stars (0-2). The game will mark the home opener for the Stars, a team which finished worst in the league last season and is winless so far in the current one. It could also mark the debut of their top rookie star, Kelsey Plum, who missed the first two games due to injury. Here's the latest Phoenix Mercury vs. San Antonio Stars preview including game odds, time, and how to watch it live online or TV.

WNBA game preview

The San Antonio Stars have opened their latest season by losing two road games. They opened with a 73-64 loss to the Liberty and then suffered an 89-74 loss to the Mystics. In each of those games, they were without rookie Kelsey Plum due to an ankle injury. It appears there's a chance Plum could be on the court for tonight's opener. However, the Stars are also without Kayla McBride, which adds to the team's troubles in trying to get a win. However, McBride is not injured, but participating in the Turkish League championship best-of-five series with her team Yakin Dogu.

In their first game of the season, the Phoenix Mercury lost at home 68-58 to the visiting Dallas Wings. The next home game was a much different performance as they routed the Indiana Fever 85-62.

Center Brittney Griner had 32 points along with 10 rebounds. Her points total marked a career-high. Teammate Diana Taurasi also made history in that game, becoming the only WNBA player to have 7,000 points, 1,500 rebounds, and 1,500 assists. In addition, Taurasi now holds the WNBA record for most three-point attempts in the history of the league.

For tonight's matchup, Vegas Insider has the visitors as the favorites. The Phoenix Mercury have a point spread of 9.5-points in their favor, while San Antonio is a +9.5 underdog. The over/under is around 150.5 points for the complete game at San Antonio's AT&T Center.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Mercury vs. Stars game is scheduled for an 8 p.m.

Eastern Time start from San Antonio. The game will be exclusively available for live stream online viewing through the website. This game is one of 20 games that the league will be live streaming through the social media platform this season.

The WNBA League Pass is another option for diehard fans of the WNBA. This subscription service allows for viewers to see a live streaming feed of the games on multiple devices. More details are available at the website.