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WNBA 2019: How to watch the games

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The 2019 WNBA season is upon us and the league has brokered a television deal with CBS Sports, which will make it even easier to watch the games. Find the complete 2019 WNBA season schedules here, including nationally-televised games on ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, NBA TV, WNBA League Pass and Twitter.

The new-look Minnesota Lynx are not just retooling in 2019; they are vying to win it all. If any coach can assemble rookies, players new to the team and a few Lynx veterans into a serious title-contender it would be Cheryl Reeve.
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The 2019 WNBA season is upon us, and the league has brokered a game-changing television deal with CBS Sports that will make it even easier to watch the games. CBS Sports Network will be broadcasting 40 WNBA games in primetime and on weekends beginning Saturday, May 25, at 8 p.m. ET, when the new-look Minnesota Lynx host the Chicago Sky.

But before we get to Saturday’s slate of games featuring No. 6 overall draft pick Napheesa Collier (Lynx) battling bestie and No. 4 overall draft pick Katie Lou Samuelson (Sky) for the first win of their professional careers, the 2019 WNBA season tips off tonight — Friday, May 24!

The Atlanta Dream hosts the Dallas Wings at 7:30 p.m. ET — watch on WNBA League Pass (or WSB NOW in Atlanta). And the New York Liberty hosts the Indiana Fever at 8:00 p.m. ET — watch on NBA TV (or YES in the local New York market).

Check out the following schedules of games for the rest of the 2019 season:


2019 WNBA SEASON | National Television Viewing Schedule


2019 WNBA SEASON | Complete Schedule