WNBA Playoffs odds: Lynx big faves to win title

The WNBA Playoffs kick off Thursday, with two games on the postseason schedule.

The New York Liberty take on the Connecticut Sun (-10.5) while the San Antonio Silver Stars visit the Los Angeles Sparks (-7.5). Friday’s slate includes the Atlanta Dream facing the Indiana Fever (-5) and Seattle Storm traveling to the Minnesota Lynx (-12).

Online sportsbook BetOnline.com has set the top-seeded Lynx as the favorites to win the WNBA Championship, pricing Minnesota at -200. Connecticut is the favorite out of the Eastern Conference, set at +325. Here’s the full list of WNBA futures odds:

Atlanta Dream +2,500    
Connecticut Sun +325    
Indiana Fever +2,000    
Los Angeles Sparks +550    
Minnesota Lynx -200    
New York Liberty +6,600    
San Antonio Silver Stars +3,000    
Seattle Storm +8,000

BetOnline.com
also has series prices available for the best-of-three opening round of the WNBA Playoffs, listed below:

New York Liberty (+550) vs. Connecticut Sun (-710)
Atlanta Dream (+140) vs. Indiana Fever (-160)
San Antonio Silver Stars (+280) vs. Los Angeles Sparks (-330)
Seattle Storm (+800) vs. Minnesota Lynx (-1,100)

Check out the latest WNBA Playoff odds here.

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Posted by theclaw
1 year ago

The Lynx are a monster and should roll to a repeat championship. Probally won't lose more than 1 game this postseason. They lead the league easily in the most important stat in basketball with their monster 6.6 FG % differential, turn-out the lights boys and girls this title is already been decided..
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Posted by theclaw
1 year ago

"The Lynx are a monster and should roll to a repeat championship. Probally won't lose more than 1 game this postseason. They lead the league easily in the most important stat in basketball with their monster 6.6 FG % differential, turn-out the ligh..."