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WNBA Finals 2022: How Game 1 of Aces vs. Sun to watch today

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The Las Vegas Aces and Connecticut Sun are both three wins away from the WNBA championship. The top seeded Aces secured their tickets to the WNBA Finals after a monster play from Chelsea Gray helped them 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, WNBA MVP Jonquel Jones and the 2021 Connecticut Sun sent Candace Parker and the Chicago Sky into a winner-take-all Game 5 win. The Sun will return to the WNBA Finals for the fourth time in franchise history, though they haven’t gotten away with the championship just yet.

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

Who will win the battle for the WNBA MVPs? Will the powerful aces be too much for the sun? Will the underdog Sun be able to get upset?

Those who want to follow the drama will need access to ABC and ESPN to watch each game. We’ve rounded up everything you need to know to live stream the WNBA Finals without cable.

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

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What will the WNBA final look like?

The WNBA final is a best-of-5 playoff series. Here’s the full schedule of the final, with times in ET:

Program WNBA Finals

Date and time

Matchup

Network

Sunday September 11 (3 pm)

Connecticut Sun at Las Vegas Aces, Game 1

ABC

Tuesday 13 Sept. (21.00 o’clock)

Connecticut Sun at Las Vegas Aces, Game 2

ESPN

Thursday 15 Sept. (21.00 o’clock)

Las Vegas Aces at Connecticut Sun, Game 3

ESPN

Sunday 18 Sept. (16 hours)*

Las Vegas Aces at Connecticut Sun, Game 4

ESPN

Tuesday 20 Sept. (21.00 o’clock)*

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 be broadcast on the Disney network family, namely ABC and ESPN. To enjoy every second of the basketball action, cord cutters must subscribe to a live tv streaming service. Here’s how they break.

You can watch 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, meaning you have all the channels you need to watch every second of the action.

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