Expanded Regular-Season Schedule
The WNBA’s regular-season schedule has increased to an all-time high 36 games per team, up two games from 34. Each team will play 18 home games and 18 road games. The previous schedule, which grew from 28 to 32 games per team over the WNBA’s first six seasons, has consisted of 34 games per team since 2003.
The WNBA regular season tips off on Friday, May 15 with three games: the Minnesota Lynx at the Chicago Sky, the Atlanta Dream at the Indiana Fever and the Dallas Wings at the Storm.
The following day, in addition to ESPN’s telecast of Los Angeles at Washington, Connecticut hosts the New York Liberty and Chicago visits Atlanta.
Opening weekend concludes with four games on Sunday, May 17: Los Angeles at New York, Dallas at the Las Vegas Aces, Seattle at Phoenix and Indiana at Minnesota.
A’ja Wilson…errr… I mean Bill Laimbeer reveals the schedule below.
🚨A very important Weekday Update with Bill 🚨 pic.twitter.com/Gmru10nUw3
— Las Vegas Aces (@LVAces) January 16, 2020
Vegas Sports Daily will have a full schedule breakdown in the coming days.
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