The 2017 WNBA Finals have seen two games decided by close margins with both the Los Angeles Sparks and Minnesota Lynx capturing wins. Now the two teams will move the series over to Los Angeles, where the defending champions will look to gain a 2-1 series lead at home. The Sparks have been dominant on their home court, so can Minnesota capture a rare win? Here's the latest WNBA Finals Game 3 preview including matchup odds, TV time, channel, and live streaming options.

Game 3 preview

In Game 1 of the series, the Los Angeles Sparks escaped Minnesota with a slim 85-84 victory.

Chelsea Gray led L.A. with 27 points on 10-for-16 shooting and six assists. She also delivered the game-winning shot for her team, a 14-foot jumper with about two seconds left in the game. The Sparks led by as much as 21 points in the first half of that game, but the home team outscored them 73-53 over the next three quarters.

That momentum may have carried over into Game 2. In that contest, the Minnesota Lynx captured a 70-68 win. WNBA MVP Sylvia Fowles had 13 points and 17 rebounds to lead the way for her team. All five of Minnesota's starters finished in double-digits with Lindsay Whalen leading the scoring effort with 14 points. Fowles and Moore each had 14 as the Lynx shot 44.4 percent in the big Game 2 victory.

Per the Odds Shark website, the home team will be a three-point favorite at several sports books tonight. Los Angeles is also -160 on the moneyline, while Minnesota is a +140 or higher underdog. The over/under points total is 155 or 155.5 points depending on the sports book. The two teams combined to score 138 points in Game 2 and 169 points in Game 1.

For the WNBA's regular season, L.A. finished with a dominant 16-1 home record, with their only loss coming to the Chicago Sky back on July 20th, 82-80. Minnesota finished 12-5 on the road.

How to watch it live

Game 3 of the WNBA Finals is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Friday night. The live televised coverage of the game is available exclusively on ESPN2.

For live streaming, cable and satellite subscribers can use the WatchESPN website or any compatible apps by logging in with their credentials.

There's also the option to sign up for a one-week free trial of the SlingTV channel streaming service. Anyone with a hi-speed internet connection can sign up for Sling and choose the Sling Orange package which features ESPN, ESPN2, and several other great channels to watch live online. Customers can check out more details on the website.