WNBA Finals 2022: How to Watch Game 1 of Aces vs. Sun Today A'ja Wilson and the Las Vegas Aces tip off against Jonquel Jones and the Connecticut Sun for the WNBA championship. Here's how to watch without cable.

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The Las Vegas Aces and Connecticut Sun are both three wins away from the WNBA championship. The top-seeded Aces booked their ticket to the WNBA Finals after a monster game from Chelsea Gray helped them to close out the Seattle Storm. Gray, along with league MVP A’ja Wilson, are looking to propel the Aces to their first title in franchise history. 

Meanwhile, 2021 WNBA MVP Jonquel Jones and the Connecticut Sun dispatched Candace Parker and the Chicago Sky in a winner-take-all Game 5 victory. The Sun return to the WNBA Finals for the fourth time in franchise history, though they have yet to come away with the championship. 

Game 1 of the WNBA Finals will air this afternoon at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT) on ABC.

Who will win the battle of the WNBA MVPs? Will the powerful Aces be too much for the Sun? Will the underdog Sun be able to pull off an upset?

Those looking to follow the drama will need access to ABC and ESPN to watch every game. We’ve broken down everything you need to know in order to stream the WNBA Finals live without cable. 

Kelsey Plum, in a white Aces uniform, looks up

Kelsey Plum and the Las Vegas Aces take on the Connecticut Sun in the WNBA Finals.


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What does the WNBA Final look like?

The WNBA Final is best-of-5 playoff series. Here’s the entire Finals schedule, with the times in ET:

WNBA Finals schedule

Date and time Matchup Network
Sunday, Sept. 11 (3 p.m.) Connecticut Sun at Las Vegas Aces, Game 1 ABC
Tuesday, Sept. 13 (9 p.m.) Connecticut Sun at Las Vegas Aces, Game 2 ESPN
Thursday, Sept. 15 (9 p.m.) Las Vegas Aces at Connecticut Sun, Game 3 ESPN
Sunday, Sept. 18 (4 p.m.)* Las Vegas Aces at Connecticut Sun, Game 4 ESPN
Tuesday, Sept. 20 (9 p.m.)* Connecticut Sun at Las Vegas Aces, Game 5 ESPN

*if necessary 

The best options for streaming without cable

The games in the 2022 WNBA Finals will air on the Disney family of networks, namely ABC and ESPN. To catch every second on the basketball action, cord-cutters will need to subscribe to a live TV streaming service. Here’s how they break down.

You can catch the WNBA playoffs with a subscription to YouTube TV, our favorite live TV streaming service. ABC, ESPN and ESPN 2 are all included in the package, which means you’ll have all the channels you need in order to watch every second of the action.

Read our YouTube TV review.

 

Hulu Plus Live TV is a little more expensive than YouTube TV, but it also offers all the channels you need to watch the WNBA playoffs. As an added bonus, Hulu Plus Live TV comes with the rest of the Disney Bundle, which includes a subscription to Disney Plus, as well as ESPN Plus. The WNBA playoffs don’t air on ESPN Plus, but the service offers a ton of other content for die-hard sports fans.

Read our Hulu Plus Live TV review.

 

Sling TV’s $35 Orange plan might be a good choice for casual WNBA fans who don’t need to watch every game. This plan is one of the cheapest ways to get access to ESPN and ESPN 2. Sling TV lacks ABC, which could be a problem for fans hoping to catch some of the biggest games.

Read our Sling TV review.

 

FuboTV costs $70 per month and includes ABC, ESPN and ESPN 2. Check out which local networks FuboTV offers here.

Read our FuboTV review.

 

DirecTV Stream’s base $70-a-month Plus package includes ESPN, ESPN 2 and ABC. You can use its channel lookup tool to see which local channels are available in your area.

Read our DirecTV Stream review.

 



Source from www.cnet.com

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