On Sunday, the Seattle storm will play their final game of the regular season as they prepare for the 2017 WNBA Playoffs. The Chicago Sky will host the game with no implications for playoff positioning or spots, as all eight spots have been filled. Chicago will try to go out with a win to boost morale ahead of the offseason, while the Storm will try to capture a momentum-building win ahead of their postseason run. Here's the latest Storm vs. Sky game preview with matchup odds, game time, TV channel, and live streaming feed options.

WNBA game preview

Sue Bird and the Seattle Storm (14-19) enter today's game having secured the final playoff spot for the week ahead. As it stands, Seattle could participate in an opening round matchup against the No. 5 seed Washington Mystics. Their series begins on Wednesday night, but first, Seattle will contend with the Chicago Sky in a game that carries little weight over than adding another win or loss to the two team's totals. However, Seattle could boost their momentum with a win on the road as they've been just 4-12 away from home this season. Most recently, they dropped an overtime game to Elena Delle Donne and the Mystics in Washington, D.C. although Sue Bird became the league's All-Time assists leader during the contest.

The Chicago Sky may want the win for the sake of pride. Chicago was eliminated from the postseason chase just this past week and is on a three-game losing streak. That includes a 110-87 loss to the Minnesota Lynx on Friday night. Kia Copper scored 21 points on 10-for-15 shooting in the losing effort, while Stefanie Dolson had 20 points and 10 rebounds.

Chicago holds one of the league's few losing records at home, as they've gone just 4-12 their for the season.

It's a close point spread for today's game of 1.5-points in favor of the home team. Chicago is also -125 on the moneyline at several sportsbooks. The over/under points total is sitting at 172 or 172.5 points for the complete game.

The Sky are 6-4 against the Storm in their last 10 meetings but lost their most recent game on August 20th at home 103-66 to them.

How to watch it live

Today's Seattle Storm vs. Chicago Sky game is slated for 6 p.m. Eastern Time. Official game coverage around the country will be televised by the NBATV channel where available. In the Seattle viewing region, fans will be able to see the game on their corresponding channel for The U Too.

For live streaming, there is no official NBATV live website or mobile apps for the channel. However, cable and satellite customers may be able to log into any streaming services their TV providers have to watch channel feeds live online. Many companies offer services for this including DISH, DirecTV and more.