Ten of the Lynx's 34 games will be televised by either FSN (eight) or ESPN2 (two).
The TV schedule:
Date Day Opponent Time
June 1 Saturday Connecticut 7:00 p.m., FSN ... Sun always formidable with Tina Charles at center
June 11 Tuesday San Antonio 7:00 p.m., FSN-Plus ... Silver Stars are led by Becky Hammon
June 23 Sunday Tulsa 6:00 p.m., FSN ... Skylar Diggins is an exciting rookie. Shock also have ex-Lynx Candice Wiggins
July 7 Sunday Phoenix 6:00 p.m., FSN ... Mercury could be best team in West with 6-8 Brittney Griner and a healthy Diana Taurasi
July 9, Tuesday Atlanta 8 p.m., ESPN2 ... Team Lynx beat in WNBA Finals in 2011
July 19 Thursday at San Antonio 7:00 p.m., FSN-Plus ... San Antonio Coach Dan Hughes is a friend of Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve
Aug. 8 Thursday Washington 7:00 p.m., FSN ... Mystics rebuilding with Mike Thibault, the former Connecticutt coach and rookie Tayler Hill from Ohio State and former Minneapolis South star
Aug. 20 Tuesday at Atlanta 6:00 p.m., FSN-Plus ... Angel McCoughtry always puts on a show.
Aug. 24 Saturday Indiana 6 p.m. .... Fever beat Lynx in WNBA Finals last year
Sept. 4 Wednesday Los Angeles 7:00 p.m., FSN ... Candace Parker and Nneka Ogwumike are a tough 1-2 inside combo
All games will be on WNBA's live access, available on your computer, and on 106.1-FM on the radio.
Of the 10 games on TV, eight are at Target Center and only two are on the road. That's a shame because if a Lynx fans wants to see the team at home, he or she can always buy a ticket.
Would be nicer if more away games were broadcast.