With the 2018 WNBA season quickly approaching, it's time we break down the venues in which these pros play in. Which one is your favorite? Vote in the poll at the end of the page.
Atlanta Dream: McCamish Pavilion
The Dream moved to McCamish Pavilion prior to the start of the 2017 season and will play this 2018 season there as well due to construction of Philips Arena. The 8,600 capacity arena is also home to the Georgia Tech men's and women's basketball programs.
Chicago Sky: Wintrust Arena
After relocating from Allstate Arena in Rosemont, the Chicago Sky will now play their games in the brand new Winstrust Arena. In a five year deal signed for the team, the arena features over 10,300 seats, 22 high-tech suits and will also be home to DePaul men's and women's basketball teams.
Connecticut Sun: Mohegan Sun Arena
Ranked as one of the top venues in the world according to Billboard Magazine, Pollstar and Venues today. The 10,000 seat arena serves as the home for the Sun.
Dallas Wings: College Park Center
The 7,000 seat arena serves as home to the Wings since the franchise relocated and also UT Arlington's men and women's basketball team.
Indiana Fever: Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Bankers Life Fieldhouse — formerly known as Conseco Fieldhouse — opened in 1999 and is also home to the Indiana Pacers.
Las Vegas Aces: Mandalay Bay Events Center
The brand new Aces will play there games in the newly renovated Mandalay Bay Events Center. MGM Resorts International is spending $8-10 million dollars on a renovation which includes new locker rooms, new seating and a scoreboard.
Right in the middle of downtown Minneapolis, the Target Center houses both the Lynx and the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves. After opening in 1990, it just underwent a brand new multi million dollar renovation.
New York Liberty: Westchester County Center
The recent move out to White Plains, NY will serve as the home for the Liberty for the 2018 season. The 5,000 seat, multi-purpose arena hosts concerts and local sporting events. Two of the Liberty's home games will be played at their old home, Madison Square Garden.
Phoenix Mercury: Talking Stick Resort Arena
Home of the Phoenix Suns and Mercury, Talking Stick Resort Arena seats over 18,000 and was most recently renovated in 2003.
Seattle Storm: KeyArena
The Storm will enter their 18th season in Key Arena and just recently signed a 10-year lease agreement which will run through 2028. The 17,000 plus arena used to serve has home for the Seattle Supersonics and currently is where the Seattle Redhawks men's basketball team plays.
Washington Mystics: Capital One Arena
With the construction of their new home in the works, Capital One Arena will remain home for the Mystics for now. The arena sits just under 19,000 and is also where the NBA's Washington Wizards play.
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