WNBA

Fixtures

DateRGazde v Oaspeti-
06/17 02:30 1 PHX Mercury v LA Sparks View
06/17 23:00 1 WAS Mystics v ATL Dream View
06/17 23:00 1 IND Fever v SEA Storm View
06/18 00:00 1 DAL Wings v MIN Lynx View
06/18 00:00 1 CHI Sky v CON Sun View
06/18 02:00 1 LV Aces v NY Liberty View
06/19 02:30 1 LA Sparks v PHX Mercury View
06/19 18:00 1 CHI Sky v CON Sun View
06/19 23:00 1 WAS Mystics v IND Fever View
06/20 00:00 1 DAL Wings v MIN Lynx View
06/20 20:00 1 LA Sparks v NY Liberty View
06/22 23:00 1 NY Liberty v CHI Sky View

Results

Date R Gazde v Oaspeti -
06/16 02:00 1 [4] NY Liberty v LV Aces [3] 78-100
06/16 01:00 1 [11] CHI Sky v MIN Lynx [6] 105-89
06/15 23:00 1 [1] SEA Storm v IND Fever [12] 87-70
06/13 22:00 1 [5] DAL Wings v LV Aces [3] 78-85
06/13 22:00 1 [4] NY Liberty v PHX Mercury [6] 85-83
06/13 19:30 1 [7] WAS Mystics v ATL Dream [10] 78-101
06/13 18:00 1 [1] SEA Storm v CON Sun [2] 89-66
06/13 00:00 1 [7] LA Sparks v MIN Lynx [9] 64-80
06/12 17:00 1 [11] CHI Sky v IND Fever [12] 83-79
06/12 02:00 1 [9] DAL Wings v PHX Mercury [4] 77-59
06/12 00:00 1 [1] SEA Storm v ATL Dream [7] 86-75
06/10 23:00 1 [4] LA Sparks v WAS Mystics [9] 71-89

The Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) is a professional basketball league in the United States. It is currently composed of twelve teams. The league was founded on April 22, 1996, as the women's counterpart to the National Basketball Association (NBA), and league play started in 1997. The regular season is played from May to September, with the All Star game being played midway through the season in July (except in Olympic years) and the WNBA Finals at the end of September until the beginning of October. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, plans to hold a midseason tournament, the Commissioner's Cup, starting in the 2020 season were placed on hold. Initially, regular-season Cup games were to be played through early July, followed by a final match in August. The pandemic also led to the entire 2020 season being held without fans at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.

Five WNBA teams have direct NBA counterparts and normally play in the same arena: Indiana Fever, Los Angeles Sparks, Minnesota Lynx, New York Liberty, and Phoenix Mercury. The Atlanta Dream, Chicago Sky, Connecticut Sun, Dallas Wings, Las Vegas Aces, Seattle Storm, and Washington Mystics do not share an arena with a direct NBA counterpart, although four of the seven (the Dream, the Sky, the Wings, and the Mystics) share a market with an NBA counterpart, and the Storm shared an arena and market with an NBA team at the time of its founding. The Dream, Sky, Sun, Wings, Aces, Sparks, and Storm are all independently owned.