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Throughout the 2019 season, ESPN Networks will present 17 regular-season telecasts, including five games on ABC – up from three last season. ESPN will televise two regular-season games and ESPN2 will air 10. ESPN networks will also present up to 19 playoff games.  All ESPN telecasts will also stream live on the ESPN app.

A complete list of telecasts to air on NBA TV and CBS Sports Network in the United States and on Sportsnet and TSN in Canada will be announced at a later date. The schedule of WNBA games to be streamed on Twitter as well as those available on WNBA League Pass will also be announced at a later date.

The 2020 WNBA regular season will run from Friday, May 15 through Sunday, Sept. 20.  For information about game tickets, visit WNBA.com/tickets.

2020 WNBA NATIONAL TELEVISION SCHEDULE*

May
May 16 (Saturday), 4 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Washington (ESPN)

June
June 2 (Tuesday), 8 PM ET – Seattle @ Washington (ESPN2)
June 6 (Saturday), 3 PM ET – Phoenix @ Las Vegas (ABC)
June 7 (Sunday), 3 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Minnesota (ABC)
June 16 (Tuesday), 8 PM ET – Phoenix @ New York (ESPN2)
June 16 (Tuesday), 10 PM ET – Las Vegas @ Los Angeles (ESPN2)
June 23 (Tuesday), 8 PM ET – Seattle @ Dallas (ESPN2)
June 23 (Tuesday), 10 PM ET – Phoenix @ Los Angeles (ESPN2)
June 27 (Saturday), 4 PM ET – Chicago @ Las Vegas (ESPN2)
June 28 (Sunday), 3 PM ET – Connecticut @ Washington (ESPN2)

July
July 2 (Thursday), 8 PM ET – Connecticut @ New York (ESPN2)

August
Aug. 16 (Sunday), 12 PM ET – Minnesota @ Connecticut (ESPN)
Aug. 25 (Tuesday), 8 PM ET – Los Angeles @ Chicago (ESPN2)
Aug. 25 (Tuesday), 10 PM ET – Minnesota @ Seattle (ESPN2)

September
Sept. 6 (Sunday), 3 PM ET – Washington @ Phoenix (ABC)
Sept. 13 (Sunday), 3 PM ET – Phoenix @ Seattle (ABC)
Sept. 20 (Sunday), 3 PM ET – Connecticut @ Washington (ABC)

*Note: Schedule subject to change