On Tuesday night, the Seattle Storm will host the Chicago Sky in a game set for national television coverage. With a 9-10 record overall and 7-5 at home, Seattle will look to move back to .500 in the standings. Meanwhile, Chicago had been surging until a recent loss and looks to bounce back as they climb their way up from near the bottom of the WNBA standings. Here's the latest WNBA game preview including top performers, matchup odds, and how to watch the Sky vs. Storm live stream online or via television.

WNBA game preview

After a recent three-game winning streak, the Chicago Sky lost in double overtime to the Dallas Wings on the road, 112-106.

Prior to that, they'd rattled off wins over Minnesota, Dallas, and New York by an average of just over 13 points a game. However, Skylar Diggins-Smith went off for 26 points to lead her team to overtime, with teammate Kaela Davis adding a career-high score of 23. Chicago will look to both their leading scorer Allie Quigley who averages 16 points per game, and recently named Eastern Conference player of the week, Stefanie Dolson.

The Seattle Storm topped the Atlanta Dream a few days ago, 90-84. Seattle is still at second-to-last in the Western Conference, but right behind Dallas (10-11). A win tonight on their home court will help keep them relevant in the WNBA's standings for a playoff spot. Cappie Pondexter is considered a question mark for tonight's matchup due to being out with concussion symptoms that she received from the previous game.

Seattle also features recently-named All-Star Sue Bird who will start for the team in this year's game.

Speaking of the WNBA All-Star Game, tonight's coverage of the Sky vs. Storm will also feature the reveal of the All-Star reserve players chosen by the East and West coaches. Will more players from these two teams be added to the rosters?

Odds makers have given Seattle a 6.5-point edge to win tonight's home game. On the moneyline, Seattle is a -285 to -320 favorite, while the Sky are +240 to +260 underdogs. The over/under total is at 164 points or slightly higher for today's game.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Chicago Sky vs. Seattle Storm game is scheduled for a 9 p.m.

Eastern Time start from Seattle's Key Arena. The game will be nationally-televised on the ESPN2 channel where it will be available for viewers. Live streaming online coverage comes via the WatchESPN website or mobile apps for cable and satellite subscribers with access.

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