Storm Adds To ESPN2 Slate

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Temeka Johnson (Photo by Terrence Vaccaro/NBAE via Getty Images)

Temeka Johnson (Photo by Terrence Vaccaro/NBAE via Getty Images)

SEATTLE – The Seattle Storm has added a third game to be broadcast on ESPN2. In the middle of a four-game road trip, the Storm plays in Chicago on July 2, which will now be shown on national television.

The Storm will have two more nationally televised games on ESPN2; at Phoenix on Aug. 6 and vs. Los Angeles on Aug. 20. NBA TV will carry three away games, with the first coming on June 21 against San Antonio, followed by a July 25 game at Los Angeles and a third game on Aug. 23 vs. Phoenix.

In addition to the games on ESPN2 and NBA TV, the Storm and KING Broadcasting announced a partnership on May 31 to broadcast home games for the 2013 WNBA season on KONG and Live Well Seattle.

Live Well Seattle is broadcasting 13 games on Comcast channel 115 and digital channel 5.2. KONG 6/16 will present the July 20 game against Los Angeles, the Aug. 15 game vs. Chicago, as well as Aug. 23 at Phoenix. Seattle’s June 2 opening night 75-72 victory over Phoenix in front of a sold-out KeyArena was also shown on KONG.

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