Broadcast Schedule Announced For 2020 WNBA Finals

The stage is set for the 2020 WNBA Finals, and the ESPN family of networks will have full coverage.

Coverage begins at 7 p.m. ET tonight on ESPN2 as the Seattle Storm and Las Vegas Aces vie for the league championship. Ryan Ruocco and Rebecca Lobo will have the call for tonight’s game. Holly Rowe will have the game’s latest headlines as she reports live from Bradenton, FLA, where the finals will take place.

LaChina Robinson will host ESPN’s halftime broadcast for each game. The halftime show is presented by State Farm. Swin Cash will provide additional commentary during Games one and two of the best-of-five series.

The ESPN networks’ broadcast schedule for the WNBA Finals is noted below.

2020 WNBA Finals Schedule

DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
Fri, Oct 27 p.m.Seattle at Las VegasESPN2
Sun, Oct 43 p.m.Seattle at Las VegasABC
Tue, Oct 67 p.m.Las Vegas at SeattleESPN
Thu, Oct 87 p.m.Las Vegas at Seattle*ESPN2
Sun, Oct 113 p.m.Seattle at Las Vegas*ABC

More information on the ESPN networks’ coverage of the WNBA 2018 post season is available online now at:

Websitehttp://www.espnW.com

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