Every team except for the Connecticut Sun and the Phoenix Mercury will be playing. All but one game will also be on some form of national television. Let's get to the schedule:
1. Tulsa Shock (4-7) at Chicago Sky (6-6), 1 p.m. ET
This game is on nationally on ESPN2. Skylar Diggins and the gang get a chance to finally get a road win. Since the Sky is missing Elena Delle Donne and Sylvia Fowles, this should be as good of a matchup as any to make it happen.
2. Atlanta Dream (9-3) at New York Liberty (3-10), 3 p.m. ET
This game is on MSG in the NYC area. This is the second game of a home-and-home from last Friday.
The Dream goes for a franchise record seven straight wins against the Libs, who have lost five straight heading into this contest.
3. San Antonio Stars (6-6) at Los Angeles Sparks (4-7), 3:30 p.m. ET
This game will be on NBA TV nationally, or TWC SportsNet in the L.A. area. The Sparks got back on the win column by beating a Tulsa Shock team that was starting to hit its stride. Here is another game where they should have more than enough talent to win, but can they get it together? As for the Stars, this is another opportunity for them to show that their start was no fluke.
4. Indiana Fever (6-5) at Minnesota Lynx (10-4), 7 p.m. ET
This game will be on NBA TV, or Fox Sports North in the Twin Cities. Minny has a chance to take sole possession of first place in the Western Conference with a win tonight.
5. Washington Mystics (5-8) at Seattle Storm (5-9), 9 p.m. ET
This game will also be on on NBA TV nationally and on KONG within the Seattle area. The Mystics will try to even the score against the Storm, who won at Verizon Center earlier this year. However, they also haven't won at the Key since 2005, so it won't be an easy task.
That's all I have, so enjoy the games everyone!