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2018 WNBA National TV & Twitter Schedule

Throughout the 2018 season, ESPN Networks will air up to 33 games, including 13 regular-season contests, Verizon WNBA All-Star and every game of the postseason. All ESPN telecasts will also stream live on the ESPN app.

Twitter will live stream 20 games during the 2018 season, returning for its second year of live game coverage.

NBA TV will air 49 games on its network during the course of the regular season.

The 2018 WNBA regular season will run from Friday, May 18 through Sunday, Aug. 19.  For information about game tickets, visit WNBA.com/tickets.

2018 WNBA ESPN2 TELEVISION SCHEDULE*

May 20 (Sunday), 5 PM ET — Los Angeles @ Minnesota
May 24 (Thursday), 7 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Connecticut
June 1 (Friday), 8 PM ET – Phoenix @ Minnesota
June 7 (Thursday), 10 PM ET – Seattle @ Los Angeles
June 13 (Wednesday), 7 PM ET – Washington @ Connecticut
June 22 (Friday), 10 PM ET – New York @ Las Vegas
June 28 (Thursday), 9 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Seattle
July 5 (Thursday), 8 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Minnesota
July 19 (Thursday), 8 PM ET – Washington @ Dallas
July 24 (Tuesday), 8 PM ET – New York @ Minnesota
August 2 (Thursday), 10 PM ET – Minnesota @ Los Angeles
August 12 (Sunday), 7 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Phoenix
August 19 (Sunday), 7 PM ET – Washington @ Minnesota

*Note: Schedule subject to change

Highlights of ESPN2’s 2018 regular-season telecast schedule include:

  • All 13 telecasts will feature at least one winner of the WNBA Most Valuable Player Award.  MVPs will go head-to-head seven times, including three meetings between Minnesota’s Maya Moore (2014) and Sylvia Fowles (2017) and Los Angeles’ Candace Parker (2008, 2013) and Nneka Ogwumike (2016).
  • In other matchups of former MVPs, Moore and Fowles will host Diana Taurasi (2009) and the Mercury on June 1, Charles (2012) and the Liberty on July 24 and Delle Donne (2015) and the Mystics on Aug. 19.  Parker, Ogwumike and the Sparks will visit the Taurasi-led Mercury on Aug. 12.
  • Eleven games will feature a former No. 1 overall draft pick, with nine head-to-head matchups between top picks.
  • The Lynx and Sparks will meet in Minneapolis on May 20 and July 5, and in Los Angeles on Aug. 2.
  • Las Vegas will make its ESPN2 debut in a home game against New York on June 22.
  • Every ESPN/ESPN2 telecast will include multiple Olympic gold-medal winners.

2018 WNBA ON TWITTER SCHEDULE

May 20 (Sunday), 1 PM ET — Las Vegas @ Connecticut
May 20 (Sunday), 3 PM ET – Atlanta @ Dallas
May 20 (Sunday), 5 PM ET – New York @ Chicago
May 20 (Sunday), 9 PM ET – Phoenix @ Seattle
May 22 (Tuesday), 7 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Indiana
May 29 (Tuesday), 7 PM ET – Minnesota @ Atlanta
May 29 (Tuesday), 10 PM ET – Washington @ Seattle
June 5 (Tuesday), 11 AM ET – Phoenix @ New York
June 12 (Tuesday), 8 PM ET – Phoenix @ Dallas
June 19 (Tuesday), 10 PM ET – Las Vegas @ Seattle
June 26 (Tuesday), 10:30 PM ET – Dallas @ Los Angeles
July 3 (Tuesday), 8 PM ET – Indiana @ Minnesota
July 10 (Tuesday), 3 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Seattle
July 17 (Tuesday), 1 PM ET – New York @ Dallas
July 24 (Tuesday), 10:30 PM ET – Atlanta @ Los Angeles
July 31 (Tuesday), 7 PM ET – Washington @ Atlanta
July 31 (Tuesday), 10 PM ET – Seattle @ Phoenix
August 7 (Tuesday), 8:30 PM ET – Minnesota @ Chicago
August 14 (Tuesday), 7 PM ET – Dallas @ Connecticut
August 19 (Sunday), 3 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Connecticut

2018 WNBA ON NBA TV SCHEDULE

May 18 (Friday), 10 PM ET – Dallas @ Phoenix
May 19 (Saturday), 1 PM ET – Chicago @ Indiana
May 20 (Sunday), 1 PM ET – Indiana @ Washington
May 27 (Sunday), 8:30 PM ET – Seattle @ Las Vegas
June 9 (Saturday), 2 PM ET – Minnesota @ Connecticut
June 14 (Thursday), 11:30 AM ET – Indiana @ Atlanta
June 17 (Sunday), 8 PM ET – Phoenix @ Las Vegas
June 24 (Sunday), 4 PM ET – Seattle @ Dallas
June 27 (Wednesday), 7 PM ET – Indiana @ Connecticut
June 27 (Wednesday), 10 PM ET – Dallas @ Las Vegas
June 28 (Thursday), 7 PM ET – New York @ Washington
June 29 (Friday), 8 PM ET – Atlanta @ Minnesota
July 11 (Wednesday), 11:30 AM ET – New York @ Connecticut
July 15 (Sunday), 3 PM ET – Chicago @ New York
July 15 (Sunday), 5 PM ET – Phoenix @ Indiana
July 15 (Sunday), 7 PM ET – Connecticut @ Minnesota
July 18 (Wednesday), 1 PM ET – Indiana @ Minnesota
July 20 (Friday), 7 PM ET – Seattle @ Connecticut
July 20 (Friday), 9 PM ET – Dallas @ Chicago
July 21 (Saturday), 3 PM ET – Washington @ New York
July 22 (Sunday), 3 PM ET – Seattle @ Atlanta
July 22 (Sunday), 6 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Chicago
July 31 (Tuesday), 8 PM ET – Chicago @ Dallas
August 1 (Wednesday), 7 PM ET – New York @ Connecticut
August 1 (Wednesday), 10 PM ET – Phoenix @ Las Vegas
August 2 (Thursday), 7 PM ET – Dallas @ Indiana
August 3 (Friday), 7 PM ET – Las Vegas @ Washington
August 3 (Friday), 10 PM ET – Minnesota @ Seattle
August 4 (Saturday), 3 PM ET – Indiana @ New York
August 5 (Sunday), 4 PM ET – Washington @ Dallas
August 5 (Sunday), 7 PM ET – Phoenix @ Los Angeles
August 6 (Monday), 11 AM ET – Seattle @ New York
August 7 (Tuesday), 7 PM ET – Seattle @ Indiana
August 7 (Tuesday), 10 PM ET – Washington @ Phoenix
August 8 (Wednesday), 7 PM ET – Los Angeles @ New York
August 9 (Thursday), 11:30 AM ET – Seattle @ Washington
August 9 (Thursday), 7 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Atlanta
August 9 (Thursday), 10 PM ET – Minnesota @ Las Vegas
August 10 (Friday), 10 PM ET – Indiana @ Phoenix
August 11 (Saturday), 2 PM ET – Dallas @ Atlanta
August 12 (Sunday), 1 PM ET – Dallas @ Washington
August 14 (Tuesday), 8 PM ET – Chicago @ Minnesota
August 14 (Tuesday), 10:30 PM ET – New York @ Los Angeles
August 15 (Wednesday), 7 PM ET – Washington @ Indiana
August 15 (Wednesday), 10 PM ET – New York @ Las Vegas
August 17 (Friday), 7 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Washington
August 17 (Friday), 10 PM ET – New York @ Seattle
August 18 (Saturday), 4 PM ET – Chicago @ Indiana