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WNBA Odds and Picks September 5th – Aces vs Sky, Dream vs Wings

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A’ja Wilson, Las Vegas Aces, shoots against Seattle Storm in the first quarter of a WNBA basketball match Saturday, May 15, 2021 in Everett (Washington). (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson).

  • Sunday, Sept. 5, features a doubleheader featuring games on ABC Sports Network (CBS Sports Network)
  • Three of the four currently active teams are right in the middle of the playoff picture
  • For the latest odds and analysis as well as the best bet for September 5, 2009, please see the table below.

Sunday, September 5th will be the final day of the weekend for the WNBA with a doubleheader on ABC and CBS Sports Networks.

The Las Vegas Aces will take on the Chicago Sky at 3 PM ET on ABC. Next, the Atlanta Dream will be on the road against the Dallas Wings at 4 PM ET on CBS Sports Network.

Sept. 5th WNBA Odds

TeamSpreadMoneylineTotal
Las Vegas Aces-1.5 (+100).-112Over 169.5 (-110)
Chicago Sky+1.5 (-122)-108Unter 169.5 (-110)
TeamSpreadMoneylineTotal
Atlanta Dream+6.5 (-110)+225More than 157.5 (-108)
Dallas Wings-6.5 (-110)-290Below 157.5 (-112)

FanDuel Odds, Sept. 5, 2005

Sky and Aces Still Fight for Positioning

Both Chicago and Las Vegas continue to try to secure the best possible seeding for the upcoming playoffs.

The Aces are currently at 20-7 overall and sit in second place in league standings. They also have clinched a spot for the postseason. Las Vegas, riding a three-game winning streak is currently one game behind the Connecticut Sun for top spot in league standings. This could make it interesting for the first seed in final weeks.

Leading the way for the Aces this season has been A’ja Wilson and Liz Cambage, with Wilson averaging 18.6 points, 9.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.4 blocks and Cambage averaging 14.7 points, 8.4 rebounds and 1.3 assists a game. Cambage recently tested positive for COVID-19 and could miss Saturday’s game.

The Sky are currently sitting at 14-14 for the year but have lost two consecutive games going into the match against the Aces.

.@Candace_ParkerIs a bucket🔥

She’s got 23 PTS, 10 REB

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Chicago currently ranks sixth in the standings. It is three games behind the Phoenix Mercury for fifth seed, and 1.5 games ahead the Dallas Wings for eighth.September 3, 2021

Kahleah Cupper with 14.8 points, 14.5 rebounds & 1.8 assists, Candace Parker (13.0 points, 8.6rebounds and 3.0 assists), and Allie Quigley (13.5 points), 2.6 rebounds & 2.3 assists per match.

Wings Strike to Expand Space and Lose Dreams

The second match of the evening features a Dallas team trying desperately to get to the bottom of the playoff picture. A struggling Atlanta team is trying to keep up with the rest of the standings.

The Wings arrive in seventh place in the WNBA standings having won their last contest with a record of 12-15 overall. The Washington Mystics are still 1.5 games ahead of Dallas in the eighth and last postseason spot. However, Chicago is still 1.5 games behind in sixth.

Arike Ogunbowale, who averaged 19.0 point, 3.5 assists and 1.2 stoles per game, has been the Wings’ star throughout the year. Marina Mabrey, who averages 12.9 points and 4 rebounds, is behind her. Satou Sabally, who averages 12.4 points, 6.3 boards, and 2.8 assist per game, is in second place with 12.4.

Atlanta holds the last position in the league standings. The team has a record 6-20 overall, while going through an 11-game losing streak.

After a positive start to the regular-season schedule, the Dream have struggled this season. Courtney Williams has been leading the charge and Tiffany Hayes has been the one who has. Williams averages 16.3 points, 6.3% rebounds, and 4.3 assists. Hayes is at 13.8 points, 2. assists, and 1.5 steals per game.

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🔥🔥🔥🔥 @CourtMWilliams— Atlanta Dream (@AtlantaDream) pic.twitter.com/qUgmQ1Zqqx

Atlanta and Dallas will be without Tianna Hawkins (foot), Candice Dupree, (back), and Sabally (achilles) in case of injury.September 3, 2021

Best Bet

The best game of the day will be the first between Chicago and Las Vegas. It will feel like a playoff preview because it presents two teams trying to secure the best seed possible for beyond the regular season.

By the end of the day, don’t be surprised to see the Aces go on the road to take down the Sky in Chicago, followed by the Wings defending home court and extending the Dream’s losing streak in Arlington.

The spread for the Las Vegas-Chicago game is the best, with the Aces being 1.5-point favorites. Las Vegas is a solid road team with a record of 9-4 away. Chicago is only 4-8 away from home. You should support the Aces for that 1.5 point.

The Pick: Las Vegas –1.5 (+100).

Mitchell Hansen

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Mitchell has over seven year experience in marketing, journalism, communications, and digital fields. He has covered teams and leagues at all levels. He has covered the NBA and WNBA, as well as other sports for over five years. Follow him @M_Hansen13 on Twitter.

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Mitchell has more than seven years experience in journalism, digital communications, and marketing. He has covered all levels of sports leagues and teams. He has covered the NBA and WNBA, as well as other sports for over five years. Follow him @M_Hansen13 on Twitter.

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