NBA TV Tips Off Coverage of the WNBA with an Exclusive Preview Show on Saturday, June 6

- Two-time WNBA MVP Cynthia Cooper-Dyke to serve as analyst for preview show -
- Network will air 43 games throughout the league’s season beginning with Chicago @ Minnesota and San Antonio @ Phoenix -

NBA TV takes the court for coverage of the WNBA with 43 games airing live on the network. The WNBA will tip off on NBA TV on Saturday, June 6 at 7:30 p.m. ET with an exclusive WNBA Preview Show hosted by Andre Aldridge and featuring analyst Cynthia Cooper-Dyke who is a four-time WNBA Champion, four-time Finals MVP and two-time League MVP. The pair will breakdown WNBA storylines and provide analysis for the upcoming season. The show will also feature an interview with No. 1 WNBA Draft pick Angel McCoughtry of the Atlanta Dream. The WNBA Preview Show will lead up to a doubleheader beginning at 8 p.m. ET. The first game will feature the Chicago Sky @ Minnesota Lynx, followed by the San Antonio Silver Stars @ Phoenix Mercury at 10 p.m. ET.

On Friday, June 12 NBA TV will air a match-up between the WNBA’s newest team the Atlanta Dream facing the Chicago Sky at 8:30 p.m. ET. Coverage continues on Saturday, June 13 at 8 p.m. ET with the San Antonio Silver Spurs hosting the New York Liberty.

The WNBA on NBA TV schedule includes appearances from all 13 WNBA teams including: Atlanta Dream, Chicago Sky, Connecticut Sun, Detroit Shock, Indiana Fever, Los Angeles Sparks, Minnesota Lynx, New York Liberty, Phoenix Mercury, Sacramento Monarchs, San Antonio Silver Stars, Seattle Storm and Washington Mystics. NBA Digital is a landmark partnership between the NBA and Turner Sports to jointly manage the NBA’s digital assets, which include NBA TV,, NBA League Pass, and


DayDateTime (ET)Game
SaturdayJune 68:00 p.m.Chicago Sky @ Minnesota Lynx

10:00 p.m.San Antonio Silver Stars @ Phoenix Mercury
FridayJune 128:30 p.m.Atlanta Dream @ Chicago Sky
SaturdayJune 138:00 p.m.New York Liberty @ San Antonio Silver Stars
FridayJune 197:30 p.m.San Antonio Silver Stars @ New York Liberty
SundayJune 213:00 p.m.San Antonio Silver Stars @ Connecticut Sun

6:00 p.m.Detroit Shock @ Indiana Fever

8:00 p.m.Seattle Storm @ Phoenix Mercury

9:30 p.m.Sacramento Monarchs @ Los Angeles Sparks
FridayJune 2610:00 p.m.Los Angeles Sparks @ Seattle Storm
SaturdayJune 278:00 p.m.Phoenix Mercury @ Minnesota Lynx
SundayJune 289:30 p.m.Seattle Storm @ Los Angeles Sparks
DayDateTime (ET)Game
ThursdayJuly 27:00 p.m.Connecticut Sun @ Indiana Fever

8:00 p.m.Sacramento Monarchs @ Minnesota Lynx
SundayJuly 59:30 p.m. Phoenix Mercury @ Los Angeles Sparks
SaturdayJuly 117:00 p.m.Detroit Shock @ Connecticut Sun
SundayJuly 127:00 p.m.Minnesota Lynx @ San Antonio Silver Stars

9:00 p.m.Chicago Sky @ Seattle Storm
WednesdayJuly 151:00 p.m.Atlanta Dream @ Minnesota Lynx

3:30 p.m.Sacramento Monarchs @ Seattle Storm

10:00 p.m.Detroit Shock @ Seattle Storm
SundayJuly 196:00 p.m.San Antonio Silver Stars @ Chicago Sky

8:00 p.m.Minnesota Lynx @ Seattle Storm
ThursdayJuly 307:30 p.m.Washington Mystics @ New York Liberty
DayDateTime (ET)Game
SaturdayAugust 17:00 p.m.New York Liberty @ Atlanta Dream

8:00 p.m.Connecticut Sun @ Chicago Sky

10:00 p.m.San Antonio Silver Stars @ Seattle Storm
FridayAugust 78:00 p.m.Connecticut Sun @ Minnesota Lynx
FridayAugust 147:30 p.m.Chicago Sky @ New York Liberty
SaturdayAugust 158:00 p.m.Phoenix Mercury @ San Antonio Silver Stars
FridayAugust 217:30 p.m.Connecticut Sun @ New York Liberty
ThursdayAugust 277:00 p.m.San Antonio Silver Stars @ Indiana Fever

10:30 p.m.Phoenix Mercury @ Los Angeles Sparks
FridayAugust 288:30 p.m.New York Liberty @ Chicago Sky
SaturdayAugust 2910:00 p.m.Connecticut Sun @ Phoenix Mercury
SundayAugust 309:30 p.m.Connecticut Sun @ Los Angeles Sparks
WednesdaySeptember 27:00 p.m.Phoenix Mercury @ Indiana Fever
FridaySeptember 47:00 p.m.New York Liberty @ Connecticut Sun
SaturdaySeptember 58:00 p.m.Seattle Storm @ Minnesota Lynx
TuesdaySeptember 810:30 p.m.San Antonio Silver Stars @ Los Angeles Sparks
ThursdaySeptember 107:30 p.m.New York Liberty @ Detroit Shock

10:00 p.m.San Antonio Silver Stars @ Sacramento Monarchs
FridaySeptember 1110:30 p.m.Minnesota Lynx @ Los Angeles Sparks

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