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Best NCAAW Final Four Player Props: Caitlin Clark, Paige Bueckers, and More

Written by: Travis Pulver
Published April 5, 2024
10 min read
Best NCAAW Final Four Player Props

Both NCAAW Final Four games will feature some of the best women’s college basketball players, like Caitlin Clark and Paige Bueckers. Bettors can put money down on Final Four player props and the traditional betting lines for each contest.

Let’s take a look at some of our favorite Caitlin Clark Final Four player props and a few props for the other stars in each game.

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Caitlin Clark Player Prop Prediction and Odds 

Caitlin Clark has continued her incredible season in the NCAA tournament with 32.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 10 assists per game. Here are some of our favorite player props for her in Friday’s Final Four contest vs. UConn.

Points: O 33.5 (-114 at FanDuel) | U 34.5 (-115 at Caesars)

Clark has averaged 32.3 ppg in tournament play, which aligns with her regular season average. She scored 33+ in one tournament game, half of her conference matchups ( nine of 18), and 14 of 37 games this season.

With a return trip to the national championship game on the line, it seems only fitting that she has a big game and leads her team back to the promised land. But don’t count on it.

Iowa may get to the title game, but not because Clark goes off like she did against LSU. UConn is one of the best defensive teams in the country (No. 27 scoring defense allowing 56.8 ppg). They are tough to shoot against in general (No. 7 field goal defense) and especially tough against Clark’s bread and butter, three-pointers (No. 36 three-point percentage defense.

The Huskies are a solid defensive rebounding team (No. 29), so don’t count on second-chance baskets.

Assists: O 9.5 (-136 at FanDuel) | U 10.5 (-115 at Caesars)

As prolific a scoring threat as she is, Clark is not selfish with the ball. She led the country in assists this season with 9 apg. She’s had 10+ in three of four tournament games and had 10+ in 17 games this season (13 of 18 conference games).

The Huskies don’t tend to allow many assists, but since Clark will find scoring tough in this game, we expect her to dish the ball out to her teammates often.

Double-Double: Yes (-160 at DraftKings)

Clark has had a double-double in every tournament game and 15 of 33 regular season games (along with six triple-doubles). While UConn has a solid defense, there is no reason to think they’ll contain her enough to keep her from recording another double-double.

Triple-Double: Yes (+450 at DraftKings)

Triple-doubles are not common in women’s college basketball, but Clark has had six this season. It would not be shocking to see her do-it-all and record a seventh with a stellar performance in this game. If she is going to miss out on one category, it will be rebounds.

NCAAW Final Four Player Props

Here are some of our favorite player props for the other stars playing in the women’s Final Four this year.

Kamilla Cardoso Rebounds: O 9.5 (-110 at Caesars) | U 9.5 (-114 at FanDuel)

South Carolina is a rebounding machine, led by Cardoso (9.4 rpg regular season; 8.7 in tournament play). NC State is a solid rebounding team, but the Wolfpack have yet to win the rebound battle during tournament play. With a perfect record and another shot at the national championship on the line, Cardoso will bring her ‘A’ game and dominate the paint.

Aziaha James Points: O 18.5 (-114 at FanDuel) U 19.5 (-115 at Caesars)

James has had an incredible run during the tournament, but she is about to face one of the best defensive teams in the country. We expect her point total to be closer to her regular season average (16.7) but less than 19.5.

Paige Bueckers Points: O 26.5 (-120 at DraftKings)

While she averaged just 22 points per game during the regular season, she has stepped it up during the tournament, scoring at least 24 and averaging 28 points per game. She will not slow down against a suspect Iowa defense and with a trip to the title game on the line.

Paige Bueckers Rebounds: O 6.5 (-115 at BetMGM) U 7.5 (+110 at Caesars)

Since she has had 10+ in three of four tournament games, the OVER looks like the way to go, but Iowa is one of the better rebounding teams in the country (No. 8 total rebounds). Seeing her total closer to her season average of 5.2 rebounds for this contest would not be shocking.


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Travis Pulver is a lifelong football fan, something he says comes naturally having been born in the football-crazy state of Texas. Through the years, Pulver's love of sports has extended into baseball, basketball, golf, and rugby. Life currently finds him in Indiana with his wife and two kids.

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