WNBA Finals Picks: Sun vs Aces Game 2

  • What: WNBA Finals Sun vs. Aces Game 2
  • When: Tuesday, September 13th
  • Where: Michelob ULTRA Arena, Las Vegas

The WNBA Finals continue on Tuesday, September 13th, with the Las Vegas Aces currently up 1-0 in the series after a 67-64 nailbiter victory on Sunday evening. If you’re into WNBA betting, this is a game with a ton of value. These two teams are very even in terms of talent and finished with the best records in the league during the regular season. Vegas was 26-10, while the Sun went 25-11 to lead their respective conferences. This best-of-five series heads back to Connecticut later this week. Game 2 of the Finals will begin at 9 PM ET. Keep reading for the WNBA Finals picks.

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Sun vs. Aces Game 2 Odds

BetOnlineOddsMoneylineTotal Points
Connecticut Sun+4.5 (-105)+175Ov 164 (-110)
Las Vegas Aces-4.5 (-115)-205Un 164 (-110)

Sun vs. Aces Betting Preview

The Sun find themselves in the WNBA Finals after taking the head of the snake in the semifinals, beating the Chicago Sky in five games. It was a thrilling series capped off by back-to-back dominant wins in Games 4 and 5 to clinch. Connecticut played decent in Game 1 against the Aces too, but they didn’t do quite enough to grab a victory. Alyssa Thomas led the charge with 19 points, 11 rebounds, and five assists, completely stuffing the stat sheet. Center Jonquel Jones complimented Thomas nicely, pouring in 15 points and grabbing nine boards. Curt Miller’s squad made a late push in the fourth, erasing a seven-point deficit to cut the lead to just three. Unfortunately, DeWanna Bonner missed what would’ve been a game-tying triple. Thomas came up with numerous big buckets down the stretch, though, and will undoubtedly be a focal point again on Tuesday. Connecticut shot 38% from the field as a team and 31% from deep. They actually cooked the Aces in numerous categories, including points in the paint and assists, but the Sun struggled to stop MVP A’ja Wilson, who truly had her way inside all night long. Miller’s group must be consistent through every quarter and find a way to limit Wilson’s production offensively.

After losing in the Finals last season, Vegas made it a point of showing their best in Game 1 this time around. They didn’t have it easy in the semis, with Sue Bird’s Seattle Storm taking them to four games.  Becky Hammon’s squad saw their star duo of Wilson and Chelsea Gray pick up most of the slack in Sunday’s matchup. Wilson erupted for 24 points and 11 boards, while Gray posted a stat line of 21 points, two rebounds, and three assists. Kelsey Plum actually had a quiet night with a mere six points, but knowing her, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see a much better Game 2 in the WNBA Finals picks. The Aces came out firing in the opening quarter, outscoring Connecticut 25-17, but the tables turned in the second, with the Sun showing their brilliance. Vegas was definitely the better team in the final two periods, though, and Wilson’s brilliance was on full display, proving exactly why she is the best player in the WNBA in 2022. The Aces have only lost once at home in these playoffs, and that was in the series opener vs. Seattle. During the 2022 campaign, they were 13-5 at Michelob ULTRA Arena as well. Another win here puts them in prime position before heading on the road with a chance to close it out in the WNBA Finals picks.

Sun vs. Aces Final Pick

The spread is quite slim, and it’s totally understandable why. The Sun and Aces are elite. I truly don’t believe any game in this series will be much of a blowout. They will continue to exchange blows, and it will be the same story on Tuesday. While I do think Las Vegas is likely going to take Game 2 on their home floor, Connecticut ATS is a solid pick. The last contest was a three-point outcome, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see that happen again.

+4.5 (-105)
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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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