ESPN3 to Live Stream 11 Regular-Season Games from 2017 WNBA Season


ESPN3 to Live Stream 11 Regular-Season Games from 2017 WNBA Season

Schedule Includes Three Matchups Featuring No. 1-overall Pick Kelsey Plum and the San Antonio Stars

ESPN3 will carry 11 regular-season games during the 2017 WNBA season, beginning Tuesday, May 30, as Skylar Diggins-Smith and the Dallas Wings host Candice Dupree and the Indiana Fever. The ESPN streaming schedule will showcase three games featuring the San Antonio Stars, which selected 2017 No. 1-overall pick Kelsey Plum in the WNBA Draft 2017, including a home matchup against the Seattle Storm and the 2016 No. 1-overall pick – and 2016 WNBA Rookie of the Year – Breanna Stewart on Tuesday, June 6. All games will also stream live on the ESPN app.

The ESPN networks will showcase 27 regular-season games in total this year, with every team in the league appearing at least twice on the ESPN schedule. In addition, for the second consecutive year, ESPN networks will combine to televise the entire postseason including the WNBA Finals. Ryan Ruocco will return as the lead play-by-play voice alongside analyst Rebecca Lobo and reporter Holly Rowe, while commentator Pam Ward will team with analyst LaChina Robinson on select games. Full Details

ESPN3 Streaming Schedule (subject to change):

Date Time (ET) Game
Tue, May 30 8 p.m. Indiana Fever at Dallas Wings
Tue, Jun 6 8 p.m. Seattle Storm at San Antonio Stars
Tue, Jun 13 10 p.m. Atlanta Dream at Seattle Storm
Fri, Jun 23 7:30 p.m. Connecticut Sun at New York Liberty
  7:30 p.m. Chicago Sky at Atlanta Dream
  8 p.m. Dallas Wings at San Antonio Stars
Thu, Jun 29 7 p.m. New York Liberty at Washington Mystics
Tue, Jul 25 7 p.m. Chicago Sky at Connecticut Sun
  7 p.m. Phoenix Mercury at Atlanta Dream
  8 p.m. Indiana Fever at Dallas Wings
Thu, Aug 10 8 p.m. San Antonio Stars at Chicago Sky

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Tara Chozet

I handle PR for ESPN Radio, espnW, technology, remote operations and soccer. I received my undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College and my Master’s degree from the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism.
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