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
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.
2 p.m. on Twitter, (Local: YES, Facebook.com/Indiana 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.
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.
7 p.m. on WNBA League Pass (Local: Bally Sports Indiana, NECN)
7 p.m. on NBA TV (Local: NBC Sports Washington/Monumental Sports, WWOR-My9)
8 p.m. on WNBA League Pass (Local: Bally Sports North Extra, Marquee Sports Network/CW 26)
11 p.m. on ESPN and ESPN+
1 p.m. on ABC
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.