Professional basketball is set to return in just a few days. While the NBA’s restart is scheduled for July 30, the WNBA plans to begin its 2020 season Saturday.

The WNBA’s 12 teams will play a 22-game schedule at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. The league announced in January that the schedule would expand from 34 to 36 games, but those plans were changed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The 2020 WNBA season was originally supposed to start on May 15. The regular season is set to conclude on Sept. 12 before a traditional eight-team playoff.

All six games on Opening Weekend will be broadcast on national television. The Seattle Storm and New York Liberty are scheduled to meet at noon EDT Saturday on ESPN in the first contest of the season.

The Los Angeles Sparks will play the Phoenix Mercury at 3 p.m. EDT on ABC Saturday. CBS Sports Network will broadcast the day’s final game between the Indiana Fever and the defending champion Washington Mystics.

The rest of the league is scheduled to make its season debut Sunday. The Connecticut Sun, who were defeated in the 2019 WNBA Finals, will face the Minnesota Lynx at noon EDT on ESPN.

Sixty-four regular-season games are on the WNBA national TV schedule. ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, CBS Sports Network and CBS will have the broadcasts.

All but one of the WNBA’s teams arrived in Bradenton on July 6. Indiana made its way to Florida on July 11 because two players tested positive for COVID-19.

Every player and team staff member quarantined for four days upon their arrival at the WNBA’s “bubble.”

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The U.S. women's basketball team won gold in Rio in 2016. Getty