Watch 2019 WNBA Season – TV & Stream Schedule

Watch 2019 WNBA Season - TV & Stream Schedule

The league office made some serious moves in the media market to prepare for the 2019 WNBA season and we have nothing but praise for the effort. More games than ever are available to the masses, deals secured with ESPN, ABC, CBS Sports Network and Twitter to push 77 games over 53 dates. All games broadcast on any ESPN channel or ABC can also be found on the Watch ESPN app. Games scheduled for Twitter can be found on the WNBA page the day of contest.

Everything else can be found online with a WNBA League Pass through NBA TV, but we left those games out because they can all be found on the paid service.

2019 WNBA Schedule

All games times are listed in Eastern Standard Time.

May

Preseason

9 – China National Team @ New York ESPN News 7:00 PM

Regular Season

25 – Phoenix @ Seattle ABC 3:30 PM | Washington @ Connecticut Twitter 7:30 PM | Chicago @ Minnesota CBSSN 8:00 PM
26 – Los Angeles @ Las Vegas Twitter 8:00 PM
28 – Indiana @ Connecticut CBSSN 7:00 PM
29 – Seattle @ Minnesota CBSSN 8:00 PM
31 – Seattle @ Atlanta CBSSN 7:30 PM | Las Vegas @ Phoenix ESPN2 10:00 PM

June

4 – Minnesota @ Seattle Twitter 10:00 PM
5 – Chicago @ Washington CBSSN 7:00 PM
6 – Las Vegas @ Atlanta CBSSN 7:00 PM
7 – Dallas @ Indiana CBSSN 7:00 PM
8 – Los Angeles @ Minnesota ABC 3:30 PM
11 – Seattle @ Indiana Twitter 7:00 PM | Washington @ Connecticut CBSSN 7:00 PM
13 – Indiana @ Dallas CBSSN 8:00 PM
14 – Seattle @ Washington CBSSN 7:00 PM | Los Angeles @ Phoenix CBSSN 10:00 PM
16 – Seattle @ Connecticut ABC 3:30 PM
18 – Washington @ Los Angeles CBSSN 10:30 PM
19 – Indiana @ Atlanta Twitter 11:00 AM
20 – Phoenix @ Dallas CBSSN 8:00 PM | Washington @ Las Vegas CBSSN 10:00 PM
21 – Los Angeles @ Seattle CBSSN 9:30 PM
23 – Washington @ Atlanta ESPN 1:00 PM
25 – Minnesota @ Indiana CBSSN 7:00 PM | Seattle @ Las Vegas Twitter 10:00 PM
27 – Las Vegas @ Los Angeles CBSSN 10:30 PM
28 – Indiana @ Phoenix CBSSN 10:00 PM
29 – Connecticut @ Washington ESPN 1:00 PM | Indiana @ Las Vegas CBSSN 9:30 PM

July

2 – Chicago @ Vegas Twitter 3:00 PM | Atlanta @ Minnesota CBSSN 8:00 PM
5 – Indiana @ Dallas CBSSN 8:00 PM | New York @ Phoenix CBSSN 10:00 PM
6 – Minnesota @ Connecticut ESPN 2 2:00 PM
9 – Los Angeles @ Dallas Twitter 1:00 PM
10 – Minnesota @ Chicago CBSSN 9:00 PM
12 – Phoenix @ Connecticut ESPN 2 8:00 PM | Dallas @ Seattle CBSSN 9:00 PM
13 – Las Vegas @ Washington CBSSN 7:00 PM
17 – Atlanta @ Chicago Twitter 12:00 PM
19 – Washington @ Indiana CBSSN 7:00 PM
23 – Los Angeles @ Atlanta Twitter 7:00 PM | Seattle @ Las Vegas ESPN 2 10:00 PM
27 – All-Star Game ABC 9:00 PM
30 – Phoenix @ Washington Twitter 7:00 PM | Dallas @ Las Vegas Twitter 10:00 PM
31 – Atlanta @ Indiana CBSSN 7:00 PM

August

1 – Phoenix @ Connecticut CBSSN 7:00 PM | Vegas @ Los Angeles ESPN 2 10:00 PM
6 – Minnesota @ Atlanta Twitter 7:00 PM
7 – New York @ Chicago Twitter 8:00 PM
8 – Indiana @ Washington CBSSN 7:00 PM | Phoenix @ Los Angeles ESPN 2 10:00 PM
9 – Connecticut @ Minnesota CBSSN 8:00 PM | Chicago @ Las Vegas CBSSN 9:30 PM
10 – Atlanta @ Indiana CBSSN 3:00 PM
13 – Atlanta @ Las Vegas Twitter 10:00 PM
14 – Seattle @ Washington ESPN 2 8:00 PM | Connecticut @ Phoenix CBSSN 10:00 PM
16 – Los Angeles @ Chicago CBSSN 8:00 PM | Atlanta @ Phoenix CBSSN 10:00 PM
20 – Chicago @ Atlanta Twitter 7:00 PM | Phoenix @ Las Vegas Twitter 10:00 PM
22 – Dallas @ Minnesota ESPN 2 8:00 PM | Indiana @ Los Angeles CBSSN 10:30 PM
23 – Las Vegas @ Connecticut CBSSN 7:30 PM
27 – Los Angeles @ Washington ESPN 2 7:00 PM | Connecticut @ Seattle Twitter 10:00 PM

September

3 – Washington @ New York Twitter 7:00 PM | Seattle @ Phoenix ESPN 2 10:00 PM
4 – Dallas @ Connecticut CBSSN 7:00 PM
5 – Las Vegas @ Atlanta CBSSN 7:30 PM | Seattle @ Los Angeles CBSSN 10:00 PM
8 – Minnesota @ Los AngelesA ESPN 2 5:00 PM | Dallas @ Washington Twitter 7:00 PM

Mark Donahue

Mark Donahue

Born on the sidelines, Mark is the son of a lifer-official that had his kids on the baseline practicing block calls since they could walk. The Schottenstein Center was home away from home before Mark moved into Fifth Third Arena on the campus of Cincinnati for his college years. After a short stint in the West, Mark is back in Central Ohio and putting his passions for electronic media and journalism to work.

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