WNBA Prop Bets Today

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We have a three-game WNBA slate this evening to carry us into a busy weekend. Tonight’s highlight matchup pits the Mercury against the Fever, while the short-handed Lynx will take on the surging Storm in the late window.

Here are the best WNBA prop bets for today.

All WNBA odds are current as of Friday, July 12.

Garrett Chorpenning’s 2024 WNBA betting record: 41-31 (+6.83 Units)

Best WNBA Player Props Today

Kahleah Copper: Over 23.5 Points (-128) @ Fever

FanDuel Sportsbook • WAGER: 1 Unit

Copper is always a significant scoring threat, but she’s been particularly potent amid the absence of Diana Taurasi. Over her last three outings, Copper has scored 34, 25, and 32 points, respectively, while shooting nearly 59% from the field.

As the primary scoring option against a weak Indiana defense, Copper could be in for another big performance on Friday. She scored a season-low seven points on 3-for-15 shooting in her last meeting with the Fever on June 30, but that looks like a significant outlier compared to the bulk of her work this season.

Indiana ranks 11th in both defensive rating and points allowed per game (87.3), and it sends opponents to the free throw line more than any other team in the WNBA. Even if Copper can’t get her shot going, she can use her physical style of play to generate easy points — her 126 free throw attempts rank fifth this season.

I’m typically not in favor of betting lines this high, but Copper should be in line for an easy 25 tonight. Lock in the Over with your WNBA bet of the day.

Best WNBA Props Today

Storm: Under 80.5 Points (-104) vs Lynx

FanDuel Sportsbook • WAGER: 1 Unit

Minnesota will likely be short-handed for tonight’s bout with Seattle, as All-Star forward Napheesa Collier (foot) remains doubtful to make her return. Regardless, this could still be a challenging contest for the Storm.

The Lynx enter this matchup with the league’s No. 1 defensive rating, and they’ve put that stellar unit on display in three matchups with Seattle. Save for a 93-point, double-overtime performance on May 17, the Storm have scored no more than 70 points against Minnesota this season.

Despite the absence of Collier, the Lynx have held up well defensively, limiting each of their last two opponents to 67 points apiece. Seattle does boast an efficient offense, but its reliance on scoring inside the arc could be problematic — Minnesota ranks No. 1 in opponent two-point percentage (45.1%).

Surpassing this 80.5-point mark won’t come easy. Unless the Storm suddenly get hot from deep, the Under feels like a safe bet at (-104).


Garrett Chorpenning

Garrett Chorpenning is the Lead NBA Editor for The Game Day. His previous work includes covering the LA Clippers for Sports Illustrated and FanSided. He graduated from Ball State University in 2021.

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