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Las Vegas Aces vs. Phoenix Mercury free stream: How to watch WNBA season opener today

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Las Vegas Aces will begin their two-time title defense against the Phoenix Mercury tonight – Tuesday, May 14 – as the WNBA season kicks off. The game is set to tip off at 10 p.m. Eastern on ESPN2 and ESPN+. Cord cutters can catch the game at no cost by taking advantage of streaming service options like FuboTV and DirecTV Stream, which both offer free trials. Sling TV has promotional offers for new customers. The game will also be on ESPN+, which does not offer a free trial or promotional pricing. Packages start at $10.99/month. The Aces, who have won back-to-back championships, will celebrate ring night on Tuesday as well. The Aces are led by two-time MVP and reigning Defensive Player of the Year A’Ja Wilson, who just announced her first signature shoe last week. The Mercury are led by former Defensive Player of the Year an eight-time All-Star Brittany Griner, who is entering her 11th season. Here’s more information on how you can watch this game on TV and through various streaming services: What: Las Vegas Aces vs. Phoenix Mercury When: Tuesday, May 14, 2024 Time: 10 p.m. Eastern Where: Michelob Ulra Arena | Las Vegas, Nevada Channel: ESPN2/ESPN+ Best streaming services options: Fubo (free trial), DirecTV Stream (free trial), Sling (promotional offers), ESPN+ Here’s a further preview of the matchup, courtesy of the Associated Press: Phoenix Mercury at Las Vegas Aces Las Vegas; Tuesday, 10 p.m. EDT BETMGM SPORTSBOOK: LINE Aces -13.5; over/under is 171.5 BOTTOM LINE: The Las Vegas Aces open the season at home against the Phoenix Mercury. Las Vegas went 34-6 overall and 18-2 in Western Conference action last season. The Aces averaged 92.8 points per game last season, 16.4 on free throws and 27.9 from 3-point range. Phoenix went 9-31 overall and 2-18 in Western Conference action during the 2023-24 season. The Mercury gave up 84.9 points per game while committing 18.8 fouls last season. INJURIES: Aces: None listed. Mercury: None listed.

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