Every game is on at least local TV and three are on NBA TV. Let's get to them:
1. New York Liberty (11-15) at Atlanta Dream (17-9), 3 p.m. ET
Game's on SportSouth in the ATL area. The Dream will try to make it three in a row here.
2. Connecticut Sun (11-17) at Los Angeles Sparks (12-15), 3:30 p.m. ET (on NBA TV)
Watch this on TWC SportsNet in L.A., and CPTV Sports in the Connecticut area. The Sun is still definitely in the playoff mix despite being last place as of right now. I'll also add this. The Sun already eclipsed its 2013 win total.
3. Washington Mystics (13-14) at Chicago Sky (11-16), 6 p.m. ET (on NBA TV)
The game is on The U Too in the Chicago area. Thanks to the Fever losing last night to the Mercury, the Mystics now can get back to .500 win with a win here, and stay one full game ahead of Indy.
Last year, only one team in the East was above .500, two teams were at .500 and the rest of the conference was below that. It would not shock me to see five teams in the East below .500 once the playoffs start. Then in the West, four teams are below that mark. That just shows that most teams in the WNBA are trying to run on the Treadmill.
4. San Antonio Stars (13-15) at Seattle Storm (9-20), 9 p.m. ET (on NBA TV)
This game is on KONG in the Seattle Area, Fox Sports Southwest in the San Antonio area. In the long term, seeing the Storm lose games is a good thing. I'm rooting for the Stars to get past .500 too.
That's all I have. Enjoy the games today and tonight everyone.