6 p.m. vs. San Antonio at Xcel Energy Center • FSN, 106.1-FM

Preview: This game matches the Lynx, the last undefeated WNBA team, against one of the league’s two winless teams. After consecutive victories over Connecticut, this will be Minnesota’s third consecutive game vs. a winless squad. The Lynx are coming off perhaps their strongest effort of the season, an 82-68 victory over the Sun. The Stars have lost to New York, Washington, Phoenix and Dallas — all teams with legitimate playoff aspirations — by an average of 10.5 points per game.

Players to watch: Lynx C Sylvia Fowles has scored 20 or more points in three games in a row and has led the team in scoring in four of five games. Lindsay Whalen has played in 292 career regular-season victories, second in league history behind Swin Cash (294). G Renee Montgomery came off the bench to score a season-high 11 points Friday. The Stars are led by Monique Currie (18.3 points per game) and Kayla McBride (16.0). Rookie Nia Coffey — the Minnesota native who played at Northwestern — is averaging 10 minutes and 3.0 points.

Numbers: The Lynx are 22-0 in May dating to the 2012 season. Minnesota’s current 12-game home regular-season winning streak — going back to last season — is the second-longest streak in franchise history.

Injuries: None.

KENT YOUNGBLOOD