WNBA Player Props and Best Bets for Wednesday, June 19

Written by: Travis Pulver
Published June 19, 2024
6 min read

The NBA season is over, but fans can still enjoy some stellar basketball—the WNBA. With three games on deck for tonight, fans will have a plethora of WNBA player props to wager on at their favorite sportsbook, along with the betting lines for all three contests.

For those of you looking for some assistance before placing your bets, we are here for you. Let’s review some of our favorite player props with odds from FanDuel from tonight’s WNBA action.

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How to Watch Mystics vs. Indiana Fever

  • Location: Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN

  • Game Time & Date: 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday, June 19

  • Coverage: NBA TV/MNMT

  • Point Spread: Fever -4.5

Caitlin Clark, OVER 29.5 Pts + Reb + Ast (-125 at FanDuel)

  • To Make 4+ Three Pointers at +174

With all the press Caitlin Clark’s early-season struggles received, bettors may not be aware that the rookie is starting to have more good moments. She nearly had a triple-double in the Fever’s last game against Chicago and exploded for 30 points, eight rebounds, and six assists against Washington.

She still has her fair share of rookie moments; just look at her stat lines against Atlanta, at Connecticut, and at New York. But the team is starting to click at home and against a lesser team like Washington, which means Clark could/should be in for a solid night.

As for how many points she’ll score, boards she’ll pull down, or dimes she’ll dish out—that’s a good question. But she’ll do well enough among the three to go OVER this total.

In regard to three-pointers, she made 7 of 13 attempts last time vs. the Mystics and had 4+ in just two other games. But against a poor defense like Washington’s at home in front of a crowd that will love to see her hit a few bombs, we see a lot of value in betting on her to make 4+.

Aaliyah Boston, OVER 14.5 Points (-106 at FanDuel)

Betting a player to score more than they are averaging is risky but appears to be a good play. Yes, Boston is averaging 12.3 ppg, but she has been taking more shots this month, especially in her last two games (9-13 and 12-21).

Caitlin Clark will get most of the defense’s attention, effectively taking pressure off Boston and making scoring easier. She only had ten points at Washington on June 7 but only took nine shots (making three).

Boston will take double-digit shots this time around and hit enough to score 15+ points.

Aaliyah Edwards, UNDER 7.5 Rebounds (+108 at FanDuel)

Edwards has been a solid rebounder all season, leading the team with 6.4 per game. She had nine in her last game out (vs. Chicago) and recorded 12 against Indiana earlier this month and 14 against Chicago. But she has had less than seven in nine of 14 games this season.

While the Fever are not a stellar rebounding team (No. 11, 32.3 per game), they average more than the Mystics (No. 12, 32.1 per game).

It wouldn’t be a shock if Edwards were to pull down 8+ boards, but we like the value here with plus-money odds.

Read our full Mystics vs Fever Game Preview and Prediction for more insights.

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Seattle Storm vs. Las Vegas Aces

  • Location: Michelob ULTRA Arena in Las Vegas, NV

  • Game Time & Date: 10 p.m. ET on Wednesday, June 19

  • Coverage: NBA TV

  • Point Spread: Las Vegas -6

A’ja Wilson, OVER 30.5 Pts + Ast (-106 at FanDuel)

Wilson is a beast capable of hanging 30 points on any team she plays, whether the Aces are at home or on the road. When Vegas hosted Seattle on June 7, she scored 29 with 11 rebounds for her seventh double-double of the year (in eight games).

This month, she had 28+ in five of six games and 30+ in three. The only game that is even mildly concerning, however, is the last one, where she only had 21 points. Is it an isolated incident or a sign that a new trend is coming?

But based on what we’ve seen from Wilson this season and how well she played against the Storm on June 7, we don’t expect Seattle to slow her down too much. That could mean she matches her season average of 28 ppg, which would be a tremendous outing for anyone else.

She could also score 30+ points. But if she doesn’t, we think she’ll record enough assists (averaging 2.6 per game) to go over the total.

Ezi Magbegor, To Record 10+ Rebounds (-112 at FanDuel)

  • To Record a Double-Double at +120

Magbegor leads the Storm in rebounds with 9.4 per game this season. While she has had 10+ boards in five of 14 games this season, she pulled down a season-high 15 vs. the Aces. Don’t expect her to have a similar number today. But it wouldn’t be shocking to see her come down with ten.  

With how poorly the Aces have played on defense, it should be easy for Magbegor to score ten points to complete the double-double.

Nneka Ogwumike, UNDER 17.5 Points (-120 at FanDuel)

Ogwumike is averaging 17.8 ppg, making it realistic to think she could score more than that against a struggling Vegas defense. But she has gone OVER that number just once in five games this month and four of six in May. So, she can go for 17+ ppg, but will she?

We don’t think so. Skylar Diggins-Smith has seen her role in the offense growing lately, and Jewell Lloyd is the team’s leading scorer. With the offense flowing through Lloyd and Diggins-Smith, we see Ogwumike getting fewer shots and keeping her scoring total relatively low.

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