WNBA All-Star Game: Preview, Players, Odds, Start Time, Channel, Streaming Info

The women hit the court today for the WNBA All-Star Game of 2011. This game pits the Eastern Converence against the Western Conference at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.

The annual exhibition game is in it’s 11th year. It will be played today at 3:30pm (Eastern Time) and will be shown on ABC.

The WNBA All-Star lineup for the Eastern Conference includes (player, team):

Cappie Pondexter, New York Liberty
Katie Douglas, Indiana Fever
Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever
Angel McCoughtry, Atlanta Dream
Tina Charles, Connecticut Sun
Renee Montgomery, Connecticut Sun
Epiphanny Prince, Chicago Sky
Courtney Vandersloot, Chicago Sky
Essence Carson, New York Liberty
Crystal Langhorne , Washington Mystics
Sylvia Fowles, Chicago Sky

And for the West Conference (player, team):

Sue Bird, Seattle Storm
Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury
Maya Moore, Minnesota Lynx
Swin Cash, Seattle Storm
Candace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks
Becky Hammon, San Antonio Silver Stars
Lindsay Whalen, Minnesota Lynx
Seimone Augustus, Minnesota Lynx
Rebekkah Brunson, Minnesota Lynx
Penny Taylor, Phoenix Mercury
Danielle Adams, San Antonio Silver Stars
Liz Cambage, Tulsa Shock

The WNBA Eastern Conference team is being coached by Atlanta Dream coach Marynell Meadors.

The Western Conference WNBA team is being coached by Seattle Storm coach Brian Agler.

The Western Conference is a slight favorite to win, with both teams having the best of their conferences, it ought to be a close game. The over/under is 219.

Right now there does not seem to be any legitimate source for watching the WNBA All-Star Game streaming. ABC.com is not offering it, nor any of the local stations we surveyed, nor ESPN3.

Consumer Expert Jimmy Borough

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