WNBA Finals 2022: How to Watch Game 2 of Aces vs. Sun Tonight

The Las Vegas Aces are now two wins away from the WNBA championship. The top-seeded Aces beat the Connecticut Sun Sunday night on strong performances by Chelsea Gray and A’ja Wilson, the 2022 league MVP. The Aces are closing in on their first title in franchise history. 

Meanwhile, 2021 WNBA MVP Jonquel Jones and the Sun are hoping to battle back and tie the series. The Sun is in the WNBA Finals for the fourth time and hoping to win its first championship. To do that, it’ll need to figure out a way to overcome the powerful offense of the Aces. 

Game 2 of the WNBA Finals will air tonight at 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT) on ESPN.

Kelsey Plum, in a white Aces uniform, looks up

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

Erica Denhoff/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images

What does the WNBA Finals look like?

The WNBA Finals is a best-of-five playoff series. Here’s the rest of the Finals schedule, with the times in ET:

WNBA Finals schedule

Date and time Matchup Network
Tuesday, Sept. 13 (9 p.m.) Aces lead 1-0 Connecticut Sun at Las Vegas Aces, Game 2 ESPN
Thursday, Sept. 15 (9 p.m.) Las Vegas Aces at Connecticut Sun, Game 3 ESPN
Sunday, Sept. 18 (4 p.m.)* Las Vegas Aces at Connecticut Sun, Game 4 ESPN
Tuesday, Sept. 20 (9 p.m.)* Connecticut Sun at Las Vegas Aces, Game 5 ESPN

*if necessary 

Best options for streaming without cable

The games in the 2022 WNBA Finals will air on ESPN, whereas some previous games in the playoffs aired on ABC and ESPN2 as well. To catch every second on the basketball action, cord-cutters will need to subscribe to a live TV streaming service. Here’s how they break down.

You can catch 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, which means you’ll have all the channels you need in order to watch every second of the action.

Read our YouTube TV review.


Hulu Plus Live TV is a little more expensive than YouTube TV, but it also offers all the channels you need to watch the WNBA playoffs. As an added bonus, Hulu Plus Live TV comes with the rest of the Disney Bundle, which includes a subscription to Disney Plus, as well as ESPN Plus. The WNBA playoffs don’t air on ESPN Plus, but the service offers a ton of other content for die-hard sports fans.

Read our Hulu Plus Live TV review.


Sling TV’s $35 Orange plan might be a good choice for casual WNBA fans who don’t need to watch every game. This plan is one of the cheapest ways to get access to ESPN and ESPN 2.

Read our Sling TV review.


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