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Preview: 3 WNBA games Friday night are packed with All-Star talent

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The Sun host the Storm, the Sky look for a win against the Wings at home and the Sparks face the Fever. Here’s your preview and how to watch.

Seattle Storm v Las Vegas Aces
Jewell Loyd
Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Another night, another opportunity for exciting WNBA action and record-breaking history.


Seattle Storm (17-6) vs. Connecticut Sun (12-11)

When: Friday, July 20 at 7 p.m. ET

Where: Mohegan Sun Arena

How to watch: WNBA League Pass (worldwide) | NBA TV (nationally) | NBCSB (local market)

Storylines to follow

Breanna Stewart and the Storm are looking for their first road win over Chiney Ogwumike and the Connecticut Sun since 2013! Stewart, Sue Bird, and Jewell Lloyd are all playing great basketball and are going to be tough to beat even with home court advantage if they’re passing the ball well and get hot in scoring the basketball. This will be Bird’s 499th game and she will have one more to play to surpass DeLisha Milton-Jones (499) to break the league’s all-time record in career games played in the WNBA.


Dallas Wings (13-9) vs. Chicago Sky (7-16)

When: Friday, July 20 at 9 p.m. ET

Where: Wintrust Arena

How to watch: WNBA League Pass (worldwide) | NBA TV (nationally) | The U Too (local market)

Storylines to follow

After a loss to the Seattle Storm on Wednesday, the Chicago Sky look to defend home court against the Dallas Wings on Friday night. On Thursday night, Liz Cambage continued her record breaking scoring blitz with 35 points after her 53 point performance on Tuesday. Cambage becomes the first WNBA player to have back to back 35 point games.


Indiana Fever (2-21) vs. Los Angeles Sparks (14-9)

When: Friday, July 20 at 10:30 p.m. ET

Where: Staples Center

How to watch: WNBA League Pass (worldwide) | SPECSN (local market)

Storylines to follow

The #3 LA Sparks are looking to take down the last place Indiana Fever at home on Friday night. Candace Parker, a 2018 WNBA All Star captain, and Sparks are coming of a win against the Las Vegas Aces and Fever are on a 5 game losing streak. Parker and Nneka Ogwumike, 2018 WNBA all-star selection and member of #TeamParker, are both playing well and continuing their pursuit of another championship season.