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Published on May 22nd, 2019 | by Landon Buford

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2019 WNBA Odds & Props

MAY 22, 2019 –  The recent acquisition of Liz Cambage by the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces has made the second-year franchise one of the favorites to be crowned 2019 WNBA Champions according to the odds-makers at  www.MyTopSportsbooks.com.  The dynamic duo of A’ja Wilson and Cambage, plus the addition of top pick Jackie Young gives the Aces 6/1 odds, trailing just Washington (4/1), and Los Angeles (5/1).  On the flip-side, Indiana (2/3) and New York (4/1) have the best odds to have the league’s worst record.

Cambage (10/1) and Wilson (8/1) are also among the favorites to earn MVP honors along with Elena Delle Donne (7/1), Sylvia Fowles (8/1) and Tina Charles (10/1).  Some of the most unique off-beat props include:  Odds Arike Ogunbowale makes a game-winning buzzer beater during the 2019 season (25/1); Over/Under combined scoring average of LA Sparks teammates and sisters Nneka & Chiney Ogwumike (28.5 PPG); Over/Under Points Scored for Cambage in her first game against Dallas on June 22 (27.5); Odds Derek Fisher returns as the LA Sparks coach in 2020 (1/2).

Here are a host of WNBA odds and props and from the odds-makers at www.MyTopSportsbooks.com

WNBA 2019 CHAMPIONSHIP ODDS
1.      Washington: 4/1
2.      Los Angeles: 5/1
3.      Las Vegas: 6/1
4.      Connecticut: 7/1
5.      Phoenix: 8/1
6.      Atlanta: 9/1
7.     Seattle: 12/1
8.      Minnesota: 25/2
9.      Chicago: 50/1
10.     Dallas: 60/1
11.     New York: 65/1
12.     Indiana: 90/1

OVER/UNDER – WINS
1.      Washington: 23.5
2.      Los Angeles: 21.5
3.      Atlanta: 19.5
4.      Phoenix: 19.5
5.      Connecticut: 18.5
6.      Las Vegas: 18.5
7.      Minnesota: 16.5
8.      Seattle: 16.5
9.      Chicago: 13.5
10.     Dallas: 11.5
11.     New York: 9.5
12.     Indiana: 7.5

ODDS to have the worst records in the WNBA
1.      Indiana: 2/3
2.      New York: 4/1
3.      Chicago: 11/1
4.      FIELD: 8/1

ODDS to Be the #1 Pick in the 2019 WNBA Draft
1.      Sabrina Ionescu – Oregon: 1/8
2.      FIELD: 8/1

Odds Rookie of the Year is from
1.      Notre Dame: 7/3
2.      UConn: 4/1
3.      FIELD: 1/1

Odds to be the former UCONN player with the highest regular-season scoring average for the 2019 WNBA Season
1.      Tina Charles – NY: 4/3
2.      Diana Taurasi – Phoenix: 5/2
3.      Tiffany Hayes – ATL: 7/2
4.      Katie Lou Samuelson – Chicago: 30/1
5.      Napheesa Collier – Minnesota: 35/1
6.      Sue Bird – Seattle: 66/1

MVP ODDS
1.      Elena Delle Donne – Wash: 7/1
2.      A’ja Wilson – LV: 8/1
3.      Sylvia Fowles – Min: 8/1
4.      Liz Cambage – LV: 10/1
5.      Tina Charles – NY: 10/1
6.      Nneka Ogwumike – LA: 12/1
7.      Tiffany Hayes – Atl: 15/1
8.      Brittney Griner – Phx: 16/1
9.      FIELD: 7/2

Odds to win the 2019 Scoring title
1.      A’ja Wilson – LV: 6/1
2.      Elena Delle Donne – Wash: 7/1
3.      Liz Cambage – LV: 7/1
4.      Brittney Griner – Phx: 8/1
5.      Tina Charles – NY: 9/1
6.      FIELD: 3/2

ASSORTED PROPS

Over/Under game winning buzzer beaters for Arike Ogunbowale: 0.5

Odds Arike Ogunbowale makes a game-winning buzzer-beater during the 2019 season: 25/1

Over/Under combined scoring average of LA Sparks teammates and sisters Nneka & Chiney Ogwumike: 28.5 PPG

Over/Under combined scoring average of Las Vegas Aces teammates A’ja Wilson and Liz Cambage: 41.5

Over/Under Points Scored for Liz Cambage in her first game against Dallas on June 22: 27.5

Odds Derek Fisher is LA Sparks coach in 2020: 1/2

About MyTopSportsbooks.com
MyTopSportsbooks.com (MTS) is a free sports betting information service that keeps bettors ahead of the game, offering their own unique odds on the hottest topics in sports. Since shaking the industry in 2011 with their unbiased reviews of online sportsbooks, the team at MTS has made it their mission to share the most reliable betting sites, expert analysis, and latest odds information with both new and experienced sports bettors.
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