On Sunday, the league's best team hosts the worst squad so far this WNBA season. The San Antonio Stars have started out a disappointing 0-13 to start their latest campaign. They'll try their luck on the road against the team that looks like early WNBA Championship favorites. Maya Moore, Sylvia Fowles, and the Minnesota Lynx will look to follow up Friday's impressive win over Washington with their second-straight. Here are the latest details for Sunday's Stars vs. Lynx game including matchup odds, TV time, channel and live streaming options.

WNBA game preview

After suffering their first loss of the season against the Connecticut Sun, the Minnesota Lynx bounced back in a major way. The team recorded a double-digit win over Elena Delle Donne and the Washington Mystics in Friday's live televised game. Now they try to make it two-straight and move to an 11-1 record for their latest campaign.

It's been the absolute opposite type of season for the San Antonio Stars. Coming off last season's disappointing finish, the team had the No. 1 WNBA Draft pick and selected Kelsey Plum. However, the rookie has had early growing pains at the professional level. Her team is now at 0-13 overall and considered and easy win for most opponents. Most recently, the Stars dropped a 81-69 game to Dallas on Friday night.

A win in this spot would be huge, and shocking, to say the least.

For tonight's matchup odds, Odds Shark lists 17.5 points in favor of the league's best team. The Minnesota Lynx are also a whopping -2500 moneyline favorite, so risk-takers looking for a potential payday could consider the +1100 bet on the underdog San Antonio Stars.

Tonight's over/under points total is at 157 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Sunday's Stars vs. Lynx game will begin at 7 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage is available through several networks. These will include NBATV for all cable and satellite subscribers with the channel on their lineup. In addition, Minnesota fans can watch on the Fox Sports North (FS North) channel in their region.

For San Antonio fans, Fox Sports Southwest (FSSW) may be the best option.

For live streaming, WNBA League Pass does not appear to have tonight's game as part of its lineup. So the best live stream options will be regional ones based on a viewer's network. The Fox Sports Go website or compatible mobile apps should allow cable and satellite subscribers in those respective regions the option to log in and view tonight's game online.