The Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) is the female version league of the NBA. It’s the most prestigious women’s basketball competition in America. The WNBA regular season takes place generally from May to September every year. The campaign actually starts with the preseason games in late April. On the other hand, the campaign ends with the WNBA Finals at the end of September until the beginning of October. In between, the All-Star game is played in July (except in Olympic years). Most WNBA games are generally streamed live through the dedicated streaming service WNBA Lague Pass. Selected games are televised nationwide on ESPN, ABC, CBS Sports Network, and NBA TV. Have a look at the WNBA TV Schedule 2023. NBA TV SCHEDULE.
WNBA TV Schedule 2023
WNBA 2023 will start with the preseason in April while the regular season will start in May. ESPN and ABC will broadcast select weeknight games, All-Star Game, playoffs, and WNBA Finals. CBS Sports Network brings in select games on Saturdays and weekends. Moreover, NBA TV shows selected games throughout the week.
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- We will update the WNBA Fixture and TV Schedule for the 2023 campaign right here.
- Match times will be in Eastern Time.
WNBA Live Streaming:
Viewers can catch most of the WNBA games live through the WNBA League Pass. The dedicated streaming service of women’s basketball brings in coverage of almost every game only except the nationally televised fixtures. However, restrictions and black-out rules apply. Generally, the pass charges 25 US Dollars for the entire campaign. However, one can grab it for as less as 15 USD. A single Game Pass is also available and helps stream a specific fixture. This plan is available just at 2.99 US Dollars. The amount is much lower than the subscription fee of the NBA League Pass.
Viewers in the United States can catch live coverage of the ESPN, ABC, or CBSSN broadcasted games through online streaming via Watch ESPN, the ESPN App, and the CBS Sports App. To avail of these options, a viewer must hold ESPN and CBSSN’s cable TV subscriptions. And yes, these platforms don’t charge any additional fees at all. Cord-cutters can get access to and stream the nationally broadcasted women’s premier-level basketball league games live via a number of sources. The list includes YouTube TV, DTV Stream, fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu+ Live TV, etc.