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2023 WNBA Season: How to watch this weekend’s games, schedule and results

Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner returns to the WNBA this weekend for the first time since her Russian detainment. (Kate Frese/NBAE via Getty Images)

The 2023 WNBA season is here.

After much waiting and an eventful preseason, the 27th season of the league got underway Friday. With a busy few days of both regular season and commissioner’s cup action, Just Women’s Sports lays out how to watch every WNBA game this weekend, plus results and scores.

*All times are listed in ET
**Denotes a Commissioner’s Cup matchup

WNBA Games Today — Sunday, May 21

Washington Mystics vs. Connecticut Sun**

1 p.m. on WNBA League Pass (Local: NBC Sports Boston, NBC Sports Washington/Monumental Sports)

After sending a message with a win against the Liberty on Friday, the Mystics face the Sun on the road.

Indiana Fever vs. New York Liberty**

2 p.m. on Twitter, (Local: YES, Fever); Replay on WNBA League Pass

After falling to the Mystics on Friday, the Liberty’s new “superteam” will look to rebound in their home opener at Barclays Center.

Chicago Sky vs. Phoenix Mercury

4 p.m. on ESPN and ESPN+

Brittney Griner’s homecoming game comes against the Sky. The eight-time WNBA All-Star competed in her first official WNBA game in 579 days on Friday night, playing 25 minutes in the Phoenix Mercury’s 94-71 loss to the Los Angeles Sparks.

WNBA Results — Friday, May 19

Connecticut Sun 70, Indiana Fever 61**

7 p.m. on WNBA League Pass (Local: Bally Sports Indiana, NECN)

New York Liberty 64, Washington Mystics 80**

7 p.m. on NBA TV (Local: NBC Sports Washington/Monumental Sports, WWOR-My9)

Chicago Sky 77, Minnesota Lynx 66

8 p.m. on WNBA League Pass (Local: Bally Sports North Extra, Marquee Sports Network/CW 26)

Phoenix Mercury 71, Los Angeles Sparks 94**

11 p.m. on ESPN and ESPN+

WNBA Results — Saturday, May 20

Atlanta Dream 78, Dallas Wings 85

1 p.m. on ABC 

Las Vegas Aces 105, Seattle Storm 64**

3 p.m. on ABC

The Aces defeated the Storm, 105-64, breaking the WNBA record for largest margin of victory by any WNBA team in a season opener. Read more here.