With new momentum at the rear of the WNBA in anticipation of the 2020 time start this Saturday, the a few-time champion Phoenix Mercury and local broadcast partner Fox Sports Arizona now declared a 7-recreation slate of broadcasts on the network.  In spite of a shortened 22-recreation common time from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fl., FOX Sports Arizona and the Mercury will nevertheless air the exact amount of online games as 2019.

Many thanks to FOX Sports Arizona (7 online games), the ESPN household of networks (6 online games), and CBS Sports Community (5 online games), at least eighteen of the Mercury’s 22 common-time online games will be out there to basketball admirers in Phoenix, live in their residing rooms.  The remaining four online games will be streamed through WNBA League Move.  More Mercury online games may possibly nevertheless be included locally or nationally at a afterwards date.

The whole routine is stated down below.

Corridor-of-Famer Ann Meyers Drysdale returns for her seventh calendar year as color commentator for Phoenix and will be joined by longtime Suns and Mercury host and engage in-by-engage in broadcaster Tom Leander.  The pair will broadcast the online games remotely from Phoenix.

Information and facts on the place to locate FOX Sports Arizona for every respective cable or satellite service provider can be located by clicking here, even though details on the place to locate FOX Sports Arizona As well as channels can be located here. All online games televised on FSAZ or FSAZ+ will also be streamed on the FOX Sports GO app.


DATE                    OPPONENT          TIME                    Countrywide Tv set

JULY (2 home/1 absent)

Sat.        25          LOS ANGELES       twelve p.m.            ABC

Wed.      29          @ Indiana            4 p.m.

Fri.         31          LAS VEGAS           seven p.m.                CBS Sports Community


AUGUST (6 home/8 absent)

Sunshine.       2            @ New York         10 a.m.               ESPN

Tue.       4            @ Atlanta            4 p.m.                  ESPN2

Thu.       6            CHICAGO             seven p.m.                ESPN2

Sat.        8            @ Seattle             twelve p.m.                ABC

Mon.      10          @ Dallas              4 p.m.                 ESPN2

Wed.      12          @ Chicago           6 p.m.         FSAZ/FSAZ+

Fri.         14          ATLANTA             seven p.m.        FSAZ+

Sunshine.       16          DALLAS                five p.m.        FSAZ/FSAZ+

Wed.      19          @ Los Angeles     seven p.m.

Fri.         21          MINNESOTA        seven p.m.               CBS Sports Community

Sunshine.       23          @ Washington    five p.m.       FSAZ/FSAZ+

Wed.      26          CONNECTICUT     seven p.m.            CBS Sports Community

Fri.         28          WASHINGTON     seven p.m.             CBS Sports Community

Sunshine.       30          @ Minnesota      three p.m.        FSAZ+


SEPTEMBER (three home/2 absent)

Tue.       1            @ Las Vegas         seven p.m.         FSAZ+

Thu.       3            INDIANA              seven p.m.

Sat.        5            NEW YORK          five p.m.

Wed.      9            @ Connecticut    4 p.m.        FSAZ+

Fri.         11          SEATTLE               seven p.m.                 CBS Sports Community


The Phoenix Mercury return this summer months in lookup of a league-record tying fourth WNBA title at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, the Formal Residence of the 2020 WNBA Year. Led by the All-Star trio of Diana Taurasi, Brittney Griner and Skylar Diggins-Smith, the Mercury open up its title quest on July 25 against the Los Angeles Sparks at twelve p.m. Phoenix time on ABC. While the environment may possibly be unfamiliar and the stands may possibly be vacant, this minute and this time is #4TheValley. For additional details, check out