Just one game on the WNBA's regular season schedule for Saturday night as the Atlanta Dream visit the Seattle storm. The two teams will meet at Seattle's Key Arena with each having suffered a loss in their previous outing. Here's a look at the latest game preview including matchup odds, previous results, and how to watch it live streaming online or on television Saturday night.

WNBA game preview

Coming into tonight's game, each team suffered a loss in their previous contest. The Atlanta Dream (8-9) fell 89-84 at the Phoenix Mercury. Layshia Clarendon scored 21 points while dishing out 10 assists and Brittney Sykes added 16 points in a losing effort.

Guard Tiffany Kiara Hayes has been leading her team with 16.4 points scored per game, while Clarendon is dishing out 6.8 assists a contest to lead the team. Center Elizabeth Williams' eight boards per game lead the team in rebounding.

The Seattle Storm (8-10) suffered a defeat at Connecticut Sun at home, 83-79. Stewart finished with 22 points and eight boards, while Jewel Loyd had 17 points and Sue Bird 15 points.

Breanna Stewart leads the team in scoring with nearly 19 points and game, as well as rebounding with nearly nine boards per outing. Recently-named All-Star starter Sue Bird leads in assists, giving the team an average of 6.8 per game.

According to Odds Shark, several sports books list the point spread at 3.5 or four points in favor of the Seattle Storm at home.

On the money line, they're -175 to -190 favorites, with the visiting Dream listed at +155 to +165 depending on the book. Tonight's over/under points total is at 161 points for the complete game. Seattle and Atlanta have a 5-5 record against one another in their past 10 meetings. The last time the two teams met, Atlanta came away with a three-point victory in Seattle, despite the fact the Storm were favored by nine.

How to watch it live

The Atlanta Dream vs. Seattle Storm game is scheduled for a 9 p.m. Eastern Time start on Saturday. Live television coverage is available through several sources. The NBATV channel will provide televised game coverage for cable and satellite subscribers who have this as part of their channel package. In addition, JOETV will provide televised coverage for viewers in the Seattle region.

For a Dream vs. Storm live stream, there are limited options since the game is not available through WNBA's League Pass service. JoeTV affiliate station Q13Fox.com may provide live streaming for viewers, although this game may also be blacked out online.