Everyone except the Sparks and Fever will play today. Here's the lineup.
1. New York Liberty (2-2) at Washington Mystics (1-2), 7 p.m. ET
If you are in the D.C. area, log on to Monumental Network or watch it on Comcast SportsNet Mid Altantic.
The Mystics look to even up their record with a home match against the Liberty, which came off a win against the Storm earlier this week. Washington's two losses so far have also been at home, and that is a concern to head coach Mike Thibault. Eight of the Mystics' first 11 games will be at home, and their next home game is on Sunday against the Los Angeles Sparks.
Ray also has a preview which you can read here.
2. Seattle Storm (1-4) at Atlanta Dream (2-2), 7:30 p.m. ET
Watch on SportSouth if you're in the Atlanta area.
The Storm's five game road trip ends tonight against the Dream which is coming off a two game losing streak. After this game, the Storm has two of three of its next games at home, but will go on another four game road trip in mid June.
3. San Antonio Stars (3-2) at Minnesota Lynx (5-0), 8 p.m. ET
In San Antonio, watch this on Fox Sports Southwest Plus. In the Twin Cities area, watch it on Fox Sports North.
The Stars have started off on the right foot so far and will face off against the Defending Champs tonight. It will be a tall task for them to win this one though.
4. Connecticut Sun (1-4) at Chicago Sky (4-1), 8:30 p.m. ET
In the Chicago area, watch The U Too. If you are in Connecticut, watch it on CPTV Sports. This game is also available nationally on NBA TV.
5. Tulsa Shock (0-3) at Phoenix Mercury (2-1), 10 p.m. ET
The Shock will try to get its first win tonight on the road. Given that they have played competitively thus far, they should find a win soon. But we've also been saying similar things about Tulsa's starts for each of the last two seasons as well.
Enjoy the games everyone!