One of the surprising teams since after the WNBA All-Star Game has been the San Antonio Stars. While the team started out the season looking like they may be lucky to win one game, the wins have suddenly started to pile up. San Antonio has now won three-straight games, all of which came at home. On Thursday, they'll visit the Chicago Sky who are winners of their last two games. Here's the latest WNBA game preview with the odds, TV time, channels, and how to watch the Stars vs. Sky live streaming online.

WNBA game preview

The San Antonio Stars are currently 6-21 overall which seems like they've come a long way from the start of the season.

The team has won half of those six games on their recent streak, but all of those came at the AT&T Center. Most recently, they took down the Seattle Storm, 87-80 in overtime. Rookie Kelsey Plum had a career-high 23 points including a three-pointer to help the team take the lead for good in the extra session. San Antonio previously defeated Washington and New York as part of their latest win streak.

As for the Chicago Sky (10-16), the team has won two-straight and also features WNBA Eastern Conference player of the week, Courtney Vandersloot. She earned the recognition based on her 10 assists per game, and 22.2 points per game, as well as top three-point and overall shooting percentages. Thanks to Vandersloot, the Sky were able to defeat the Atlanta Dream 91-86 at home five days ago.

Vandersloot had 26 points while teammate Stefanie Dolson finished with 18 in the win.

According to Odds Shark, the Chicago Sky will be six-point favorites at home tonight. On the moneyline, they're priced at -280 at several sports books. The underdog San Antonio Stars are priced at +230 to +240. Chicago is 6-4 over these teams' last 10 meetings, but the Stars won their last meeting on June 30th, 89-82.

For the over/under points total, 159 points is the number to consider as of this report.

How to watch it live

Tonight's San Antonio Stars vs. Chicago Sky game will begin at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. The game is featured on several television channels for cable and satellite viewers around the country. One of those will be the ESPN3 channel which is available on many smart TVs but may require a login to use.

The other option is The U Too in the Chicago region.

For live streaming, ESPN3 is the top option. Cable and satellite subscribers can go to the WatchESPN website or any compatible mobile apps to see the game. WatchESPN is currently available on laptops, mobile devices, and streaming media devices such as Fire TV, Apple TV, and Roku, around the country.