WNBA Picks: Wednesday, June 29th Game Lines, Odds, & Predictions

  • We have three WNBA games on Wednesday
  • The Sun, Sky, and Aces are all in action
  • Find the odds for all games and betting predictions below

Wednesday, June 29th will have no shortage of WNBA betting value as there are a total of three contests on the slate, with some of the best teams in the league in action. Eastern Conference foes clash when the Chicago Sky hosts the Connecticut Sun, while the Indiana Fever also faces the Phoenix Mercury. Lastly, the WNBA-best Las Vegas Aces take on the Seattle Storm, who are a few games behind them in the West. Read on for our WNBA picks.

Below, we’ll lay out the odds, preview, and best bets for the three contests. But before we get into it, make sure to check out our guide on how to bet on sports. You can also find the best betting apps here.

Connecticut Sun vs Chicago Sky Odds & Prediction

BetOnlineSpreadMoneylineTotal Points
Connecticut Sun+4 (-105)N/AOv 166 (-110)
Chicago Sky-4 (-115)N/AUn 166 (-110)

For the second time this month, the 13-6 Sun faces the 13-5 Sky. Connecticut is 7-3 in their last 10 games and sits in second place in the East behind Chicago, most recently beating Atlanta by a score of 72-61 on Sunday. Courtney Williams led the charge with a double-double, scoring 17 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Alyssa Thomas and DeWanna Bonner also did their part, combining for 27 points. Despite shooting a putrid 10% from three-point land, the Sun managed to do a lot of their damage inside, outscoring the Dream 32-24 down low. That victory ended a two-game losing skid for Connecticut.

Chicago is absolutely rolling right now. They’re winners of three straight, beating the Aces, Sparks, and then the Lynx over the weekend. It was a down-to-the-wire contest though, with Courtney Vandersloot playing hero. The Sky PG drained a buzzer-beating three to win the game for her team and keep their hot streak going. She led all scorers with 18 points. In fact, the entire starting five finished in double figures.

I really like how the Sky are playing and they did beat Connecticut by exactly four points in early June. Take them to cover again.

WNBA picks: Chicago Sky to cover.

Chicago SkyTO COVER VS CONNECTICUT SUN
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-4 (-115)
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Indiana Fever vs Phoenix Mercury Odds & Prediction

BetOnlineSpreadMoneylineTotal Points
Indiana Fever+7 (-110)N/AOv 165.5 (-110)
Phoenix Mercury-7 (-110)N/AUn 165.5 (-110)

Indiana comes into Wednesday’s contest in very poor shape. They’ve lost two in a row and only won twice in their previous 10 games. Monday night was actually the front-end of a back-to-back between them and Phoenix, with the Mercury winning 83-71. Fever guard Kelsey Mitchell showed out for 22 points and Indiana shot 58% from long range, but it wasn’t enough to snap their cold streak.

The Mercury just part ways with their center Tina Charles, who ultimately signed with Seattle. But, her absence didn’t seem to hurt them on Monday. Diana Taurasi erupted for 27 points while scoring 21 from three-point land. Three other scorers finished in double-digits too, with Skylar Diggins-Smith continuing her impressive play with 17 points in the Phoenix backcourt. They’re now up to 8-12 and have won two straight games.

Phoenix simply looked like the superior team earlier this week against Indiana. With the Fever already losing twice to the Mercury in the last two weeks by more than the spread, all signs point to it happening again.

WNBA picks: Phoenix Mercury to cover.

Phoenix MercuryTO COVER VS INDIANA FEVER
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-7 (-110)
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Las Vegas Aces vs Seattle Storm Odds & Prediction

BetOnlineSpreadMoneylineTotal Points
Las Vegas Aces+2 (-115)N/AOv 166.5 (-110)
Seattle Storm-2 (-105)N/AUn 166.6 (-110)

The high-flying Aces will be looking to extend their lead at the top of the West on Wednesday. Vegas is 14-4, which is the best record in the WNBA, and are first in three-point percentage, rebounds, pace, and top two in several other notable categories. They put their talent on full display against the Sparks on Monday, with the superstar duo of Kelsey Plum and A’ja Wilson balling out in a big way. Plum had 29 points, five assists, and three rebounds in the win, absolutely picking apart the LA defense. Wilson meanwhile destroyed her opponents down low, posting 25 points and 11 boards. This game was truly all Wilson and Plum, though. The rest of the Aces’ rotation offered minimal production.

Seattle is on the come-up, going 6-4 in their last 10 games and sitting in second place in the Western Conference behind Las Vegas. Their two-game winning streak was snapped on Saturday though in an 85-77 loss to the Sparks. Breanna Stewart led the way with 28 points, but as a whole, this wasn’t a great performance from the Storm. They were outrebounded 41-26 on the boards and shot a measly 30% from beyond the arc while also committing 14 turnovers. On a more positive note, Seattle is 7-4 at home this season, which bodes well for this marquee matchup against the Aces.

The Storm is surprisingly a 2-point favorite here, despite falling 85-74 to Vegas earlier in the campaign. The visitors are 6-1 on the road and this spread is essentially just screaming take the Aces. Their stars are coming off a huge night and will be determined to keep it going.

 WNBA picks: Las Vegas Aces to cover.

Las Vegas AcesTO COVER VS SEATTLE STORM
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+2 (-115)
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Quinn Allen

Quinn Allen is a Sports Journalist from Vancouver, Canada. He's an associate editor for ClutchPoints by day then also writes sports betting picks in the evenings for a variety of sites including MTS, OSB, and SBD. Quinn graduated from the British Columbia Institute of Technology with a degree in broadcast journalism. He primarily focuses on basketball, soccer, football, baseball, and tennis. Quinn is also a former college baseball player and has played soccer his entire life as well.

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