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Sky announces its WNBA broadcast schedule

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  • Patricia Babcock McGraw and Brent Stover will team up again to broadcast Chicago Sky games this season on CN100.

      Patricia Babcock McGraw and Brent Stover will team up again to broadcast Chicago Sky games this season on CN100.
    GEORGE LECLAIRE | Staff Photographer

By Daily Herald News Services

The Chicago Sky's broadcast schedule for 2012 includes one national and 27 locally televised contests, with additionals games streamed online via WNBA LiveAccess at

CN100, part of the Comcast Network, will showcase 15 home and 12 Sky road contests in 2012.

Now in his third season as the voice of the Sky, Brent Stover will call the play-by-play on all CN100 Sky telecasts and WNBA Live-Access webcasts. Working alongside Stover as color analyst again will be the Daily Herald's Patricia Babcock McGraw, who has covered the Sky since the team's inception.

Tipping off the season the Sky will battle conference rival Washington Mystics at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 19, followed by the Sky's home opener vs. the Indiana Fever at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 25.

Other highlights of the local television package include televised road games versus the 2011 WNBA scoring leader Angel McCoughtry and the Eastern Conference Champion Atlanta Dream on June 2 and against Cappie Pondexter and the New York Liberty on June 10.

On Saturday, June 23, the Sky will be featured nationally on ESPN in a road game against the defending WNBA Champion Minnesota Lynx featuring all-stars Maya Moore and Seimone Augustus.

"We are proud of our continued relationship with Comcast," said Adam Fox, Sky president and CEO. "With the offseason moves we've made and the experience our young stars have gained, we're looking forward to a very exciting season."

Fans can purchase single-game tickets starting at just $15 online at, by phone at 866.SKY.WNBA, and at all Ticketmaster outlets. Season tickets, as well as flexible mini-plan options, are also available.

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