The Dallas Wings host the Phoenix Mercury Saturday night, trying to avoid their fifth straight loss, while the visitors need a victory to stay in the playoff picture.
The Las Vegas Aces will search for their sixth straight victory when they visit the reigning WNBA champions Seattle Storm Friday night at Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, Washington.
Minnesota is searching for its fourth straight victory at Target Center, and Seattle will be a tricky rival Wednesday night when the Lynx take on the Storm for the third time this season.
Minnesota already defeated Phoenix at home this season and will look for its fourth straight victory over the Mercury Sunday night.
The Washington Mystics host the Las Vegas Aces Saturday night, hoping they will finish the game this time after their previous encounter was suspended by an earthquake eight days ago.
The Connecticut Sun hosts the in-form Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA interconference showdown, trying to put an end to their five-game losing streak.
A daily look at the best sides and totals plays in the WNBA.
The WNBA semifinals begin Sunday afternoon with both best-of-5 series begining at the two higher seeded teams. There are odds on both series, as well as odds on winning the title, so we'll look at those here and then look at the Game 1s in our regular WNBA daily article.
We'll start with the basics and see the oddsmakers have done a pretty good job, as home teams are 59-61-5 against the spread and totals are 62-61-2. Long-term, there isn't the downward trend in scoring that we frequently see in the NBA, as 157.1 points were scored on average during the regular season and 156.7 in the playoffs
The WNBA will return to action on Tuesday, so we'll take a look at some of the trends that have developed so far this season, beginning with one of the best, which is a bit of a continuation from last season.