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WNBA Player Props and Best Bets for Wednesday, June 5

Written by: Travis Pulver
Published June 5, 2024
10 min read

Only two games are on the schedule for the WNBA Wednesday night: the Las Vegas Aces vs. Dallas Wings and the Minnesota Lynx vs. Los Angeles Sparks. Along with the betting lines for both games, bettors can find a complete menu of player props for both games at FanDuel.

Here are some of our favorite WNBA player props from Wednesday's WNBA games.

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Best WNBA Prop Bets 2024 06 05

Las Vegas Aces vs. Dallas Wings

  • Location: College Park Center in Arlington, TX

  • Time: 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday, June 5

  • Coverage: NBA TV

A’ja Wilson OVER 29.5 Pts + Ast (-114) at FanDuel

  • OVER 37.5 Pts + Reb -122

  • To Record a Double-Double -240

The vig was high for her point and rebound totals, so we recommend betting the combos instead.  A'ja Wilson has had 28+ points in four of six games this season, ten rebounds in five of six games, and from 1-5 assists per game.

She could easily score over 29.5 points, but as long as she gets close and dishes out a couple of assists, she'll go over the total (she's had three assists in her last two games). Wilson has recorded a double-double in five of six games, and in the one game that she didn't, she got close (28 points, nine rebounds).

Wilson is the most productive player on offense in the WNBA. Against the Wings' lackluster defense, she should have quite the day.

Jackie Young, OVER 4.5 Rebounds (-114) at FanDuel

Young has pulled down at least five rebounds in five of six games this season. In the one outlier, she had one (vs. Indiana, where she played a season-low 31 minutes). Both teams are solid rebounders, and it will likely be a battle for every board.

That could mean Young gets fewer than she usually does— or it will be business as usual. It might be more challenging than normal, but she'll be good for at least five rebounds.

Kelsey Plum, OVER 25.5 Pts + Ast (-108) at FanDuel

Plum's point total is 19.5. When you look at her body of work, it is doable even though she's the third scoring option on the team (A'ja Wilson and Young are No. 1 and 2). She is averaging 18.7 per game but has scored 20+ in only two games this season (19 in two, 17 in the other four).

Her assists total is 5.5. Like with points, it is a doable one for her. After recording five in the season's first three games, she's had seven, six, and six in the last three. However, like her point total, it is doable, or she could come close again.

But if you combine the two, we like the chance she'll compensate enough with one to make up for the shortcoming in the other.

Arike Ogunbowale, Under 22.5 Points (-115) at FanDuel

Ogunbowale leads the league in scoring with 26.6 ppg, which makes it a little suspect that her total is just 22.5. But that is likely because she scored 25,35, 24, and 40 to start the season but has had 20, 21, and 21 in her last three.

She'll score some points, but the Aces have one of the best defenses in the league. She may not even score 20 in this game.

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Minnesota Lynx vs. Los Angeles Sparks

  • Location: crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, CA

  • Time: 10 p.m. ET on Wednesday, June 5

  • Coverage: WNBA League Pass

Napheesa Collier, Over 10.5 Rebounds (-114) at FanDuel

  • To Record a Double-Double -210

Collier ranks No. 3 in the WNBA in rebounding with 11.3 per game and has had 11+ in six of eight games. She is one of the best in the league, playing on a team that ranks towards the bottom in rebounding. It would be surprising if she did not pull down at least 11.

There isn't much value in betting on her to record a double-double, but she has one in six of eight games and was a rebound or two short in the other two. She'll get hers against a lackluster rebounding team like the Sparks.

Dearica Hamby Over 31.5 Pts + Reb (-102) at FanDuel

Hamby is averaging 20.9 points per game and 11.6 rebounds per game (No. 2 in the league). Minnesota has a solid defense but will probably relax once the Lynx take a significant lead, which will probably be early on. With the team playing catch-up, Minnesota will likely lean on her a lot.

She'll score 20+ in this game and probably record a double-double; she is one of the best rebounders. While she may get single digits for just the third time this season, she'll get enough to push her Pts + Reb total OVER.

Cameron Brink, UNDER 10.5 Pts + Ast (-122) at FanDuel

Brink is a defensive standout, but that does not translate into much scoring for the rookie. While she has exploded for double-digit points in three of eight games, she scored 23 points in the other five. Against a solid Minnesota defense, it is unlikely she will score much.

She averages 2.1 assists per game and has had at least two in six games. Don't expect more than one or two in this game.

For more insights, read our full Lynx vs Sparks Game preview and prediction.

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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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