Capping off the full WNBA schedule on Friday will be a game featuring the New York Liberty vs. the Los Angeles Sparks. Right now, Los Angeles continues to hold onto the second-best record overall in the league, which could give them a few byes in the playoffs. The New York Liberty are the sixth-best team and looking to keep themselves in contention for a playoff spot. Here's the latest WNBA game preview including match-up odds, game time, TV channels, and live stream sources to watch.

WNBA game preview

The New York Liberty enter tonight's match-up with a 12-11 overall record and a 5-7 record on the road.

the team dropped their last game to the league's worst overall team, the San Antonio Stars 93-81. Prior to that, New York had been on a two-game winning streak. The team is still sixth in the overall WNBA standings, and still behind both Connecticut and Washington by a few games for the Eastern Conference lead.

The Los Angeles Sparks are riding a three-game win streak, with wins over Seattle, San Antonio, and most recently, the Dallas Wings. In that 95-74 victory over Dallas, WNBA All-Star Candace Parker scored 23 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. The reigning league MVP Nneka Ogwumike had 22 points in the winning effort. The Sparks hold an 11-1 record when playing at the Staples Center this season, giving them a strong advantage in tonight's game.

Due to having such a dominant home record, the point spread favors the L.A. Sparks in tonight's game by 8.5 or nine points. The moneyline has the Liberty as +300 to +335 underdogs, with the home team priced as -400 or higher favorites. The points total is currently at 159 points for the complete game for over/under bettors to contemplate.

Los Angeles holds a 7-3 record in the last 10 meetings between these teams including a 90-75 win in New York back on May 30th.

How to watch it live

Tonight's New York Liberty vs. Los Angeles Sparks game is scheduled for a 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time start. Live television coverage is available through three networks based on region or TV provider package.

The game is featured on NBATV for all cable and satellite subscribers who have the channel. In the L.A. region, Spectrum SportsNet will have the game. In the New York/Northeast region, MSG network will carry game coverage.

For live stream feeds, there is no NBATV website and no compatible apps, however, some cable and satellite companies may allow customers to log in to their websites online or mobile apps to view the live TV stream. In addition, there is the website for L.A. viewers and for those with the MSG channel in their region.