The 2021 WNBA season hasn’t yet started, but the Atlanta Dream are already making history.
For the first time, the team’s home games will be called by an all-Black, all-female broadcast lineup.
LaChina Robinson, Tabitha Turner, Angel Gray and Autumn Johnson will round out the team’s historic slate of broadcast talent.
We're so excited to have @LaChinaRobinson, @TabTurnerTV1, @Angel_Gray1 and @autumnjohnsontv in @GatewayArena this season as our very first all-Black, all-female broadcast team 🙌 📰 » https://t.co/AxqOExBEzP #GoDream pic.twitter.com/tGbTevGCVp— Atlanta Dream (@AtlantaDream) May 10, 2021
We're so excited to have @LaChinaRobinson, @TabTurnerTV1, @Angel_Gray1 and @autumnjohnsontv in @GatewayArena this season as our very first all-Black, all-female broadcast team 🙌 📰 » https://t.co/AxqOExBEzP #GoDream pic.twitter.com/tGbTevGCVp
Robinson, the Dream’s veteran color analyst, will return for her 12th season with the team. Turner will join Robinson as a color commentator after covering the Dream in 2017 and 2018.
Gray is returning to the Dream for her third season as an analyst after two seasons as a sideline reporter and color commentator for the organization. 2021 will serve as Johnson’s inaugural season with the Dream after covering women’s college basketball for the NCAA and hosting NBA 2K League.
The franchise also announced that its regional broadcast schedule would be released in the coming days.
The Dream’s home opener against the Connecticut Sun will take place on Friday, May 14, at 7:30 p.m. ET.