Fans can catch all 40 Dream games on local and national television
throughout the 2023 WNBA regular season
ATLANTA, Ga. (May 17, 2023) – Today the Atlanta Dream announced their full 2023 40-game home and away broadcast schedule, tipping off this Saturday, May 20th. All games will air either locally or nationally for fans to watch all season long.
The Atlanta Dream will have 34 games national games (broadcast or stream) this season and 28 locally televised games airing across Bally Sports Southeast and Bally Sports South in the Atlanta market. The full broadcast schedule can be found here, subject to change.
“As we continue to work with the league to provide more and easier access for fans to watch our games, I’m thrilled the Atlanta Dream has 33 national games shown across both broadcast and streaming platforms,” said Dream President and COO Morgan Shaw Parker.
Atlanta’s season tips off with a national broadcast as the Dream’s season opener against the Dallas Wings on May 20th will air on ABC at 1:00 p.m. ET. ESPN will broadcast back-to-back Dream games as Atlanta hosts the Connecticut Sun on Saturday, July 22 at 1 p.m. E.T. and the Phoenix Mercury on Tuesday, July 25 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
Bally Sports South’s season-long coverage will begin with the team’s game at the Minnesota Lynx on Tuesday, May 23, airing on Bally Sports Southeast and streaming on the Bally Sports app beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET. To find a list of providers available by zip code click here. Channel listings are available here.
Nine Friday night Atlanta Dream games will air nationally on ION TV, beginning with the team’s June 2ndhome game against the Las Vegas Aces. Atlanta will have four games air on CBS Sports Network and eight on NBA TV. Several games will be available for fans to stream as well, with two on Twitter, three on Amazon Prime Video, and three streaming through ESPN3.
The broadcast team for Atlanta Dream games on Bally Sports returns for their third season together in 2023. Angel Gray is back for her third season as play-by-play announcer, while LaChina Robinson and Tabitha Turner will split time as analysts again this season. Robinson returns for her 14th season with the Dream, while Turner will provide commentary for a fifth consecutive season.
About the Atlanta Dream
The Atlanta Dream is a professional women’s basketball team based in Atlanta, Ga. that strives to build a place where our team, our fans and our city come together to represent the community we seek to serve. We celebrate diversity, represent Atlanta, reward innovation and imagination, and aim to empower women both on and off the court. The team currently plays home games at the Gateway Center Arena @ College Park and has qualified for the WNBA Playoffs in nine of its first 15 seasons. To learn more about the Dream and purchase 2023 season and group tickets, please visit dream.wnba.com/tickets or call 877-977-7729.