The Los Angeles Sparks host the Seattle Storm on Tuesday night after a brief break for the league's All-Star Game. The two teams will meet for their third time, having split the two previous meetings between them. However, the Sparks have been dominant on their home court and will look to pick up their 10th win of the season at Staples Center. Here's a look at the latest WNBA game preview including matchup odds, game time, TV channels, and how to watch the Storm vs. Sparks live online.

Game Preview

The Seattle Storm come into the game with a 9-11 overall record and the momentum of having just hosted the WNBA All-Star Game.

Several of their players were featured in the league's friendly competition as guard Sue Bird and center Breanna Stewart each got minutes on the court. Bird dished out 11 assists to tie an All-Star Game record. She scored eight, while Stewart added nine off the bench. Despite their team holding just a 2-5 record on the road, they recorded a win against L.A. earlier this month.

The Los Angeles Sparks are also struggling as of late. The team has lost three of their last five games now including that 81-69 defeat at Seattle. However, the team is still 9-1 at the Staples Center which gives them quite the advantage. Chicago handed them the first loss of the season on their court 82-80 just last week thanks to a late three-pointer from the Sky's Stefanie Dolson.

That said, the Sparks appear to be in the perfect spot for a bounce back win.

The odds for tonight's game favor the home team, according to Odds Shark. The latest point spread had Los Angeles as 10-point favorites. On the money line, L.A. is priced at -550 while the visitors were +445 or slightly higher. Tonight's over/under points total is at 161 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Tuesday's Seattle Storm vs. L.A. Sparks game is scheduled for a 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time or 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time start. The game will be featured live on television through several networks. For most cable and satellite TV subscribers, NBA TV is the way to watch tonight's game. For those in the Los Angeles region, Spectrum SportsNet is the top option for TV viewing.

There is no official live streaming option for NBA TV. However, some cable and satellite companies allow their customers to log into their website or compatible apps to watch live TV online. In the Los Angeles region, the website offers live feeds for their latest programming.