NBA TV Tips Off WNBA Playoffs 2014 Presented by Boost Mobile with Doubleheader Action Friday, Aug. 22

NBA-TV-LogoNBA TV will televise up to 11 WNBA Playoffs 2014 presented by Boost Mobile games, beginning Friday, Aug. 22, with a Conference Semifinal doubleheader starting with the Eastern Conference’s Chicago Sky and 2013 WNBA Rookie of the Year Elena Della Donne visiting the Atlanta Dream and WNBA All-Star Angel McCoughtry at 7:30 p.m. ET. In the second game of the night, the Western Conference’s top seeded Phoenix Mercury led by WNBA All-Star Diana Taurasi will host the Los Angeles Sparks and 2013 MVP Candace Parker at 10 p.m. NBA TV will continue with live playoff game coverage through the Conference Semifinals and Conference Finals.

Throughout the first two rounds of the playoffs, NBA TV’s Vince Cellini, Jared Greenberg, Kristen Ledlow and Matt Winer will host the network’s pre-game, halftime and post-game coverage, along with analysts LaChina Robinson, Dennis Scott and Steve Smith, and guest analysts Swin Cash and Katie Smith. Additionally, NBA TV’s studio show, NBA GameTime, will air following each WNBA Finals game.

NBA TV’s WNBA Playoff schedule:

Date Time (ET) Matchup
Friday, Aug. 22 7:30 p.m. Chicago Sky at Atlanta Dream

(Eastern Conference Semifinals, Game 1)

10 p.m. Los Angeles Sparks at Phoenix Mercury

(Western Conference Semifinals, Game 1)

Monday, Aug. 25 TBD Washington Mystics at Indiana Fever

(Game 3, if necessary)

TBD San Antonio Stars at Minnesota Lynx

(Game 3, if necessary)

Tuesday, Aug. 26 7:30 p.m. Chicago Sky at Atlanta Dream (Game 3, if necessary)
10 p.m. Los Angeles Sparks at Phoenix Mercury

(Game 3, if necessary)

Friday, Aug. 29 TBD Western Conference Finals (Game 1)
Saturday, Aug. 30 TBD Eastern Conference Finals (Game 1)
Monday, Sept. 1 TBD Eastern Conference Finals (Game 2)
Tuesday, Sept. 2 TBD Western Conference Finals (Game 3, if necessary)
Wednesday, Sept. 3 TBD Eastern Conference Finals (Game 3, if necessary)

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