11:30 a.m., AT&T Center
Where to Watch: WNBA League Pass
Where to Listen: 106.1 BOB FM
The 16-4 Lynx and the 5-15 Stars will take the court in San Antonio on Tuesday morning and Minnesota will be looking to repeat their performance earlier in the month when they beat the Stars at home, 91-68.
The defending WNBA Champions roll into Texas with a head of steam after tallying their largest margin of victory of the season on Saturday evening.
San Antonio will be looking to snap a two-game losing skid and to avenge their disappointing loss against their Western Conference foe just four games ago.
Before unpacking your lunch and sitting down to watch the game, be sure to have these factoids in your mind while watching the mid-day matchup:
– The Stars have struggled putting the ball in the hoop as of late and rank dead last in the league in points per game with 73.6
– Minnesota has been on a hot streak offensively as of late, eclipsing the 90-point mark in their last four out of five games.
– The Stars were dealt an unfortunate hand with their leading scorer, Kayla McBride, getting injured and is now out for the season with a foot injury. Moriah Jefferson and Monique Currie have been playing well as of late, doing their best to fill the shoes of their teammate.
– Recent Western Conference Player of the Week recipient Maya Moore has been ‘balling out’ as of late and is averaging an extremely impressive 20 points, five boards and four assists per game.