On Tuesday night, WNBA All-Star Game MVP Maya Moore and the Minnesota Lynx host the New York Liberty. The latest game arrives as the league is now coming off their All-Star break and Minnesota is looking to continue their dominance of the rest of the WNBA. Two of the league's top centers will also do battle in tonight's matchup. Here's the latest Liberty vs. Lynx preview for Tuesday night including matchup odds, channels, TV time, and how to watch the game live streaming online.

WNBA game preview

For the Minnesota Lynx, Sylvia Fowles looks to continue her WNBA MVP-worthy season. Fowles currently has 19.9 points a game, as well as 9.7 rebounds for her 16-2 Lynx team.

Minnesota has now won their last three games including a convincing 100-74 win at home over the Dallas Wings. Prior to that, the team took back-to-back games against the Phoenix Mercury.

On the opposing side, the New York Liberty's Tina Charles is also averaging a near double-double with 20.1 points and 9.5 rebounds per contest. New York moved above .500 just before the WNBA All-Star Break and currently sits at 10-9 overall. However, they're just 3-5 when playing away from Madison Square Garden. Minnesota holds an 8-1 record on their home court, the Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul.

According to the Odds Shark website, the Minnesota Lynx will be 12-point favorites in tonight's matchup. On the moneyline, several sports books have Minnesota as a -800 to -900 favorite, with the visiting NY Liberty priced as +600 underdogs.

Tonight's over/under total for bettors to consider is 164.5 points for the complete game.

In terms of head-to-head meetings, the Lynx are 6-4 over the teams' last 10 meetings. The two squads last faced off back on May 18th, with Minnesota winning that game 90-71 in New York.

How to watch it live

Tuesday night's New York Liberty vs.

Minnesota Lynx game is scheduled for an 8 p.m. Eastern Time start. Live televised game coverage will be available exclusively on ESPN2 network around the United States. Live streaming is available through the WatchESPN website or compatible mobile apps.

For anyone with a hi-speed internet connection that doesn't have cable or satellite TV, a SlingTV trial membership is a way to watch tonight's game live online for free.

The channel streaming service offers ESPN and ESPN2 channels as part of their basic lineup. Any new customers who sign up can also try the service for one week, free of charge, with more details at the Sling.com website.

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