WNBA News: Atlanta Dream

It was announced today that Atlanta Dream forward Glory Johnson has been cleared to play by WNBA and team medical staffs.

Johnson, who had tested positive for COVID-19 but was asymptomatic, received the necessary negative tests and has begun practicing with the team. Johnson will be suited and available for tonight’s game against the Las Vegas Aces beginning at 10 p.m. ET on CBS Sports Network.

The team also announced they have waived forward Erica McCall, who was signed after the Dream received an emergency hardship waiver prior to starting the season.

Earlier this week it was announced that ESPN expanded its largest regular season WNBA schedule ever by including 13 more games, bringing the total for the 2020 season to 37. The new slate of Games will be available across ABC, ESPN and ESPN2, as well as in the ESPN App. Inclusive of the previously announced 24-game schedule, each team in the league will now appear on the schedule at least four times throughout the regular season.

ESPN commentators will continue to call the games remotely from ESPN’s Bristol, Conn. campus while Holly Rowe continues to report from inside the #Wubble. Booth teams include:

  • Play-by-Play Ryan Ruocco and Analyst Rebecca Lobo
  • Play-by-Play Pam Ward and Analyst LaChina Robinson

Following the regular season, ESPN will continue to be the home of the WNBA post season, with coverage details announced in the coming weeks.

Stay tuned for more updates and coverage of the WNBA/Atlanta Dream 2020 Season.

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