Printable WNBA Playoff Schedule

WNBA Printable Playoff Schedule

With one day remaining in the WNBA regular season, the WNBA Playoff picture is finally taking it’s final shape. With a couple games remaining, the seeds are still in flux, but the dates of the 2014 WNBA playoffs have been determined. We’ve pulled together the best information on this year’s WNBA Playoff Schedule.

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Round Game Date Time Teams TV
1st 1 Aug 21, 2014 7PM Indiana Fever vs. Washington Mystics ESPN2
1st 1 Aug 21, 2014 9PM Minnesota Lynx vs. San Antonio Stars ESPN2
1st 1 Aug 22, 2014 7PM Atlanta Dream vs. Chicago Sky NBATV
1st 1 Aug 22, 2014 9PM Phoenix Mercury vs. Los Angeles Sparks NBATV
1st 2 Aug 23, 2014 5PM Washington Mystics vs. Indiana Fever ESPN2
1st 2 Aug 23, 2014 7PM San Antonio Stars vs. Minnesota Lynx ESPN2
1st 2 Aug 24, 2014 7PM Chicago Sky vs. Atlanta Dream ESPN2
1st 2 Aug 24, 2014 9PM Los Angeles Sparks vs. Phoenix Mercury ESPN2
1st 3 Aug 25, 2014 8PM Indiana Fever vs. Washington Mystics* NBATV
1st 3 Aug 25, 2014 10PM Minnesota Lynx vs. San Antonio Stars* NBATV
1st 3 Aug 26, 2014 8PM Atlanta Dream vs. Chicago Sky* NBATV
1st 3 Aug 26, 2014 10PM Phoenix Mercury vs. Los Angeles Sparks* NBATV
West Finals 1 Aug 29, 2014 8PM Teams TBA NBATV
East Finals 1 Aug 30, 2014 TBA Teams TBA NBATV
West Finals 2 Aug 31, 2014 3:30PM Teams TBA ABC
East Finals 2 Sept 01, 2014 TBA Teams TBA* NBATV*
West Finals 3 Sept 02, 2014 TBA Teams TBA* NBATV*
East Finals 3 Sept 03, 2014 TBA Teams TBA* NBATV*
Finals 1 Sept 07, 2014 TBA Teams TBA TBA
Finals 2 Sept 08, 2014 TBA Teams TBA TBA
*Home team listed first

If the 2014-15 WNBA Playoffs started today in the Western Conference, we would have the #1 seeded Phoenix Mercury vs. #4 San Antonio Stars. Led by Diana Taurasi, Phoenix won the season series 3-1 and with a 28-5 record, tied a league record for most wins. The Stars would love to give Becky Hammon a great sendoff with a WNBA championship before the women’s great moves on to become the San Antonio Spurs assistant coach.

The Minnesota Lynx have locked up the #2 seed. Maya Moore leads a three-headed attack on the offensive side powering the Lynx with Lindsey Whalen and Seimone Augustus. The Lynx will probably take on Candace Parker’s Los Angeles Sparks. Minnesota took three out of four games from L.A. during the regular season, but look for Parker and Kristi Tolliver to get them a fight to get out of the first round.

In the Eastern Conference playoffs, the Atlanta Dream are 19-14 and have locked up the current #1 spot in the East. The Dream are currently set to play (4) Chicago Sky in the first round. The Dream, the only team to finish above .500 in the Eastern Conference, actually lost the season series against the Sky 3-2.

In the other Eastern match, we see Tamika Catchings’ #2 seed Indiana Fever take on (3) Washington Mystics with the series tied 2-2. They play their fifth match on the penultimate day of the regular season.

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It should be an interesting WNBA playoffs. The Western conference is clearly the dominant side of the league. Can the Mercury keep their record-setting pace up in the post season? Or will Maya Moore and the Lynx come out from the West?  Never count out Candace Parker. Keep up with all the playoff teams, when and where they’re playing with our printable playoff schedule in PDF.

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