The WNBA All-Star Game 2017 edition arrives on Saturday afternoon from Seattle's KeyArena with the league's most talented players on hand for the latest contest. Among the stars competing in this year's game will be Tina Charles of the New York Liberty, Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx, Diana Taurasi of the Phoenix Mercury, Candace Parker of the L.A. Sparks, and Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm. Here's a look at the team rosters, as well as start time, TV channels, game odds, and how to watch the 2017 WNBA All-Star Game via a live stream feed online.

East vs. West

While the All-Star Game was on hiatus last summer due to the Rio Olympics, it's back this year. In 2015, the Western Conference defeated the East 117-112 behind Maya Moore's 30-point performance. Moore earned the All-Star Game MVP honors for leading her team. In 2014, it was an overtime thriller where Schoni Schimmel ended up with 29 points and eight assists to earn the MVP award.

Schimmel did not earn a spot on this year's roster, but former game MVP Maya Moore is back on the West team. She's joined on the starting lineup by hometown favorite Sue Bird, the league's all-time scorer Diana Taurasi, L.A. Sparks star Candace Parker, and Minnesota's Sylvia Fowles. The All-Star reserves will include Minnesota's Seimone Augustus, Dallas' Skylar Diggins-Smith, L.A.'s Nneka Ogwumike and Chelsea Gray, as well as replacement Rebekka Brunson of the Lynx.

Brunson was named to the team in place of the injury Brittney Griner of the Mercury.

For the Eastern Conference, Connecticut's Jonquel Jones and Jasmine Thomas will start along with Atlanta's Tiffany Hayes, New York's Tina Charles. The Mystics' Elena Delle Donne was chosen as a starter but will be out due to injury. Her replacement is New York's Sugar Rodgers.

On the East reserves will be the Sun's Alyssa Thomas, Atlanta's Layshia Clarendon, Indiana's Candice Dupree and Elizabeth Williams, as well as Chicago's Allie Quigley and Stefanie Dolson.

The current All-Star game odds from Vegas Insider have the Western Conference favored by 6.5 points after the line opened dead even between the two teams.

The current points total as of this report is 229.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

The 2017 WNBA All-Star Game begins at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time on Saturday afternoon. Halftime of the game will feature five players competing in a three-point shootout. They are all in the All-Star Game as Maya Moore, Sue Bird, Sugar Rodgers, Allie Quigley and Jasmine Thomas will compete.

Live television coverage of Saturday's game is available on ABC network. For live streaming online coverage, viewers with ESPN as part of their cable or satellite provider package can use the WatchESPN website or mobile apps, where available.