Watch Las Vegas Aces vs. Dallas Wings free

The Dallas Wings host the Las Vegas Aces on Wednesday, June 5 in Commissioners Cup action.

The game is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. EST and will be broadcast on NBATV. Fans looking to watch this WNBA game can do so for free by using FuboTV and DirecTV Stream, which both offer a free trial or with SlingTV, which doesn’t offer a free trial but has promotional offers available.

The Aces are 4-2 but only 1-1 on the road so far this season. Those road games are the team’s last two contests, which were an 80-66 win over the Minnesota Lynx and a 78-74 loss to the Atlanta Dream in Vegas’ most recent contest.

At 3-4 the Wings are looking to climb back to .500 after a two-game losing streak to the Connecticut Sun and Lynx. The Wings lost to the undefeated Sun by only two points, then fell to Minnesota 87-76.

Who: Las Vegas Aces vs. Dallas Wings

When: Wednesday, June 5 at 8 p.m. EST

Where: College Park Center in Arlington, Texas

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The Chicago Sky dropped a contest to the New York Liberty on Tuesday, 87-75. Late in the fourth quarter, Chicago rookie Angel Reese was ejected after receiving two technicals for complaining to the ref after a foul call. On Wednesday, the WNBA announced it is rescinding Reese’s second technical foul.

“I tried to get an explanation. I did not,” Sky coach Teresa Weatherspoon told reporters in the postgame news conference. “I don’t know to this moment what has happened.”

This comes days after Reese’s teammate Chennedy Carter had a foul against the Indiana Fever’s Caitlin Clark upgraded to a flagrant-1. That same game, Reese ended up getting fined $1,000 because she did not participate in postgame media availability.

The Associated Press contributed to this article