Each day of the WNBA season, our team of fantasy and betting experts breaks down every game on the slate, making note of everything from injuries and lineup changes to recent trends and more.
All odds are provided by Caesars Sportsbook.
Here's what to look for during today's slate:
Line: Liberty -14.5
Money line: Liberty (-1400), Lynx (+800)
Total: 162 points
Liberty: 82.4% chance to win
Projected margin of victory: 10.6 points
Liberty -14.5: Both teams' last game marked a departure from their previous norms. The Liberty had won their first two home games by an average of 16.5 points, including a 16-point win over the Sun, the team with the best record in the Eastern Conference. They had a 19-point lead in the third quarter of their most recent home game, against Chicago, before the Sky put together a furious comeback to win. The Lynx, on the other hand, were 0-6 with a -9.5 PPG scoring margin this season before turning in a surprising two-point win over the Mystics in their last outing.
On Wednesday, I look for both teams to revert to their norms. At home, the Liberty should be able to bounce back with a dominant win over the team with the worst record in the WNBA. -- André Snellings
Dorka Juhasz (7.1% rostered in ESPN leagues) moved into the starting lineup last week in place of Miller (ankle) and has turned in two solid games since. She has flirted with double-doubles in both games, averaging 7.0 PG, 8.5 RPG, 2.0 APG and 1.0 BPG in 35.5 MPG in those two outings. -- Snellings
Line: Wings -4.5
Money line: Wings (-180), Mercury (+152)
Total: 165.5 points
Wings 58.5% chance to win
Projected margin of victory: 2.3 points
Wings -4.5: The Wings have lost three times this season, but all three were on the road against teams that currently have top-5 records in the WNBA. They are undefeated in their two home games, winning both by five or more points. The Mercury have won only one game this season, a home victory over the last-place Lynx, and in their only road game they lost by 23 points to the Sparks. -- Snellings
Sug Sutton (14.3% rostered) has been money off the bench all season. She has scored in double-digits in all four games and is averaging 12.3 PPG on the season. She also has at least three assists in three of the four games, with a season-high six dimes in her last outing. She is a high-floor producer with solid upside on a nightly basis. -- Snellings