Top WNBA Picks and Predictions Today (Fade Aces Early, Expect Furious Comeback)

Dallas Wings v Las Vegas Aces
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The Las Vegas Aces and the Los Angeles Sparks are the lone WNBA game on tonight, leaving the stars set to shine in L.A. This is the second meeting between the two teams, with the Aces drubbing the Sparks in the first matchup. With the Sparks going through turmoil at the coaching position, will they be able to challenge the Aces tonight?

Let's get right into our picks.

Best WNBA Prop Bets Record to Date

  • WNBA Best Bets Record: 22-17

Here are the plays our team is eyeing for tonight’s slate with odds coming from WynnBET Sportsbook.

Top WNBA Picks For June 11

  • Sparks 1Q ML +170
  • Aces -7 vs. Sparks (-110)

Aces vs. Sparks Best Bets

Sparks 1Q ML (+170)

The Sparks made a questionable decision to let go of head coach Derek Fisher ahead of a big matchup at home against the best team in the league in the Aces.

Both teams are well-rested having not played since June 5, but in going through the matchup, I came across one decisive advantage the 5-7 Sparks own over the 10-2 Aces.

Since May 25, the Sparks have been dominant in the first quarter; owning the second-best offensive rating and net rating in the WNBA. The heavily favored Aces? Sixth in offensive rating and 11th (second-to-last) in net rating.

With reports of a potential sellout, we’ll have a raucous crowd in L.A. today that should get the Sparks fired up from the jump. I don’t know if they can win or cover outright, but I’m much more confident in their first quarter success.  – Ben Heisler

Aces -7 vs. Sparks (-110)

The Aces are the most dominant team in the WNBA and unless they are playing another title contender, they are not to be messed with. Las Vegas has by far the most explosive and efficient offense in the league. The Aces beat the Sparks by 28 points the last time they played. Since then, the Sparks have fired their coach and maintained the second-worst defense in the league. 

While the Sparks will have an opening in this game due to their offense and the Aces’ average defense, I give the Aces the advantage in any shootout. 

Las Vegas is 8-4 ATS this season and 2-1 ATS away from home. Even though the Sparks may have some new life with a new coach leading the way, Las Vegas is the team to beat. – Donnavan Smoot