Printable WNBA Playoff Schedule and Bracket for 2014

Printable WNBA Playoff Schedule

WNBA Playoff 2014 Schedule

With the WNBA regular season completed, the WNBA Playoffs schedule has been determined.  See current WNBA standings. The WNBA playoff dates are set. Print out your schedule so you know when, where and on what channel the Dream, Fever, Lynx, Mercury, Mystics, Sky, Sparks, and Stars are playing in the post season.

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We know the teams, we know how all the seedings played out, so we can now provide you the following printable WNBA schedules for the playoffs as well as the 2014 WNBA Playoff bracket.


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

In the West Playoffs

In the Western Conference, the strong of the two sides, the Phoenix Mercury is the number one seed. With superstar Diana Taurasi and newly-engaged Brittany Griner, the two along with Candace Dupree have pushed the Mercury to a league-best 27-5 record and a dominant 15-1 record at home.

The Minnesota Lynx, Los Angeles Sparks and San Antonio Stars make up the rest of the Western playoff picture.

The Lynx are the league’s most powerful offensive team anchored by the league’s leading most versatile scorer Maya Moore. Moore teams with Seimone Augustus and Lindsey Whalen to produce nearly 60 points a game.

The Los Angeles Sparks feature the scary, do-everything leadership of Candace Parker with Kristi Tolliver as L.A.’s floor general. While the San Antonio Stars snuck into the playoffs in Becky Hammon’s final season. They’ll look to be the party crashers in the 2014 WNBA playoffs.

WNBA playoff teams printable

In the East Playoffs

In the Eastern Conference, the Atlanta Dream have followed Angel McCoughtry to a conference-leading 19-15 record. Though not as impressive as the Mercury, the Dream are a handful with Erika De Souza and Sancho Lyttle wo-manning an intimidating interior.

The other three Eastern Conference teams are all below .500 and they are the Chicago Sky (15-18), Indiana Fever (16-17), and Washington Mystics (16-18).

The Indiana Fever follows the WNBA veteran all-star Tamika Catchings who continues to produce. The Chicago Sky has second-year dynamo Elena Delle-Donne. And the Mystics use a balanced attack with Ivory Latta, Monique Currie, Emma Meeseeman, and Bria Hartley.

As soon as the WNBA playoff schedule was released, we updated this post. Go and download a PDF version at or  follow the WNBA action in our basketball forum


  • Betty Conner

    not sure what to put for website, don’t have a personal website. Does anyone know if the playoffs will be on the WNBA Live Access?

  • Andrea Herrera

    Betty, yes the games will all be on live access but you will only be able to watch them live on live access they aren’t blackout games. If they’re listed to be shown on NBATV you are probably going to be able to watch them on Live Access. ESPN or ESPN2 you’ll have to watch on cable to see live, but they will put those games on live access too a few days after they are blacked out.

  • Thanks for the reply, Andrea.

  • Betty Conner

    Thanks so much! I appreciate being able to talk to someone about the WNBA, seems I’m the only one of my friends that has interest in this so I really have no one to talk to about what is going on. The best I remember the playoffs they were on Live Access last year, I have subscribed to WNBA Live Access for the last 3 years and I watch every game. Of Course, I have my fav. and that is the Chicago SKY. So, I will be rooting for them all the way. Yes, I do know the ones on ESPN or ESPN2 are blacked out until later after. Thanks again, Betty

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