Friday night features four WNBA games on the schedule with the San Antonio Stars visiting the Seattle Storm for the nightcap. The Stars have been playing better for the second half of their season and have racked up seven total wins now after looking like a team incapable of winning a game. The Seattle Storm recently captured a huge win over the Minnesota Lynx to move into the eighth and final WNBA Playoffs spot. However, the Storm have yet to clinch a spot in the postseason. They'll continue to try to stay ahead of the Chicago Sky in the race for that final spot with a win tonight.

Game preview

At 7-22 the San Antonio Stars have played much better after this season's WNBA All-Star Game. However, the team is just 1-12 on the road and will face a Seattle team fighting for a playoff spot. San Antonio has already been eliminated from any potential to land a postseason berth based on their record, although they could still finish ahead of the Indiana Fever, a team with nine wins. The Stars have gone 4-1 over their last five games including wins over New York, Washington, and tonight's opponent, Seattle.

The Seattle Storm are 2-3 over their last five games, but a 62-61 win over Minnesota helped put them a half-game ahead of the Chicago Sky for the No. 8 spot in the WNBA standings.

Chicago will play tonight as well so Seattle will want to win to keep ahead of their competitors in the fight for the postseason spot. Tonight is one of the final six games on the regular season schedule for Seattle so they'll try to make it count as they take on a Stars team that has trouble winning away from home.

Odds listings at the Odds Shark website indicate that Seattle is a 10-point favorite to win this game.

On the moneyline, the Storm are -550 favorites compared to the Stars who are +415 or +425 underdogs. The over/under points total for the game is 155 points at various sportsbooks.

TV & streaming options

There's a 10 p.m. Eastern Time start time for tonight's San Antonio Stars vs. Seattle Storm game. Tonight's game coverage comes via live television on NBATV for most United States viewers on cable or satellite.

In the Seattle viewing region, there's televised coverage on JoeTV.

For live streaming, cable and satellite subscribers may have access to special feeds through their TV providers such as DISH or DirecTV. It's best to check with the provider for any website or compatible apps that allow for live streaming of Tv Channels like NBA TV. Also, there may also be a live streaming feed for Seattle region viewers through JoeTV at website.