As always, the first few weeks of the season leave a bit of guesswork and we typically start to do better once a few games are in the books.
The 2019 WNBA Playoffs begin Wednesday night with the single-elimination first round. The No. 5 seed Chicago Sky welcomes the No. 8 seed Phoenix Mercury, while the reigning champions and No. 6 seed Seattle Storm host the No. 7 seed Minnesota Lynx. The single-elimination second round is set for Sunday, September 15, when the No. … Continue reading 2019 WNBA Playoffs Preview, Predictions, and Betting Odds
It's a little trickier this season due to player movement, such as Liz Cambage being traded to Las Vegas, Sue Bird being absent for Seattle, Angel McCoughtry out for Atlanta and a few other moves that have taken place.
As expected, the trade between Dallas and Las Vegas for Liz Cambage has the Aces listed as the team to beat, while there are several others pretty close.
The Minnesota Lynx visit the Phoenix Mercury this Friday night, looking for their fifth win in a row, while the hosts will try to avoid their third straight loss.
The Seattle Storm takes on the Los Angeles Sparks this Thursday night to decide the winner of their regular-season series, while both teams have already clinched the playoff spot.
The Sun needs a victory over the Wings to stay in the race for the No. 1 seed, so check out our betting preview along with all need-to-know betting trends and analysis for Wednesday’s clash at Mohegan Sun Arena.
The Phoenix Mercury needs one more win to clinch the playoff berth, and Thursday’s road clash with the worst team in the league, Atlanta Dream, seems like a perfect opportunity.
While the Los Angeles Sparks need a win to stay in the race for the top two seeds, the Washington Mystics want to stay the WNBA leaders and earn another home victory.