Sunday evening will bring a treat for WNBA fans as the 6-0 Minnesota Lynx battle the 4-1 Seattle storm at Key Arena. These are currently the two best teams in the WNBA's Western Conference, with Seattle possibly providing Minnesota with their toughest test so far. Can Jewell Lloyd and company give Maya Moore and the Lynx their first loss of the season? Here's the latest Lynx vs. Storm game preview including odds, TV time, channel, and how to watch it via live streaming online.

Lynx at Storm preview

With a perfect 6-0 record so far this WNBA season, Minnesota has looked unstoppable.

However, in their last three wins, their opponents were all winless so far this season. Their most recent victory was over the San Antonio Stars 80-66 on May 28th at home. Sylvia Fowles led the effort with a double-double of 14 points and 12 rebounds. May Moore and Rebekkah Brunson each chipped in 13 points. Lindsay Whalen had zero points but dished out 10 assists, stole the ball twice and grabbed two boards. During the game, the Stars were held to just nine points in the second quarter and eight in the third. That particular stretch saw the Minnesota Lynx outscore their opponents 44-17.

The Seattle Storm are currently tied with the Atlanta Dream for the second-best record in the WNBA at 4-1 overall.

Seattle is led by Jewell Loyd who ranks second in the WNBA in scoring with 21.4 points per game. Despite opening their season with a loss to the Los Angeles Sparks, Seattle went on to win four-straight including two against the Indiana Fever. The most recent win was against Indiana in a rout 94-70. Loyd was held to just 13 points on 3-for-6 shooting but her teammate Alysha Clark made up for that with 22 points.

Clark also set a record for the team by making her first nine field goal attempts in the game. While the Fever hung around after the first, the Storm went on a 21-12 run in the second quarter which ended up making the difference. The win also saw Seattle tie a franchise record for single-game field goal percentage as they made 61.4 percent of their attempted shots.

Saturday night's game marks the first meeting of the season between the two squads. Vegas Insider lists the visiting Minnesota Lynx as three-point favorites on the spread as of this report. Tonight's over/under points total is sitting around 161-1/2 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

The Minnesota Lynx vs. Seattle Storm game is scheduled for a 9 p.m. Eastern Time tip-off on Saturday evening. Live televised game coverage is available to viewers in select regions, as well as WNBA League Pass subscribers. The game will be shown on Seattle's JoeTV for live TV viewers in that area.

To watch the game live streaming, the WNBA League Pass is tonight's only legitimate option. Customers can buy an entire season pass for $16.99 to see all of the games (except for those with blackouts), a single team pass for $9.99 for the season, or just tonight's game for $1.99. That gives WNBA fans plenty of great options to enjoy this latest women's basketball matchup.