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Caitlin Clark of the Indiana Fever poses for photographers during media day activities at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. We're looking at all the Caitlin Clark odds as she makes her WNBA debut.
Caitlin Clark of the Indiana Fever poses for photographers during media day activities at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images via AFP.

We're looking at all the best Caitlin Clark odds and prop bets from our best sports betting sites as the Indiana Fever rookie navigates her first season in the WNBA.

After the Indiana Fever drafted her No. 1 overall in April, Caitlin Clark entered her first WNBA season as the most hyped prospect in league history.

She fell short of the lofty expectations and WNBA odds for her debut, scoring 20 points with 10 turnovers - the most by a player in their WNBA debut. And it's taken her some time to find her footing in the first official week of her pro career.

The result has been a dramatic shift in her WNBA MVP odds, as she went from one of the favorites to a distant long shot at books like FanDuel, where she's dealing at 55/1. The Fever have also seen their WNBA championship odds take a tumble after a winless start to the year.

Clearly, Clark is still a long way from cementing herself as the WNBA's greatest of all time, but the talent is obvious after her record-setting college career at Iowa. And we have you covered with a look at all the best ways to bet the Fever rookie.

Here's a look at the best Caitlin Clarks odds and props from across our best sports betting apps.

Caitlin Clark WNBA MVP odds 

(Odds as of May 21)

A'ja Wilson+110-110 +100+110
Alyssa Thomas+550 +700+650+700
Breanna Stewart+900+1000 +850 +900
Napheesa Collier+1400 +1100+1000 +1200
Kahleah Copper+3000+3000+3000+2800 
Nneka Ogwumike+3500 +2800+2500+2500
Caitlin Clark+3500+5500+2000 +2500
Arike Ogunbowale+3500+3500+2500 +3300
Jackie Young+4000+6500 +4000+4000
Jewell Loyd+4500 +3500+3000+2800 

Clark was dealing anywhere from +850 to +1200 to win WNBA MVP ahead of her rookie season. Those odds moved to +1600 after her debut, and she's now catching odds as long as +5500 via FanDuel - implying a mere 1.79% chance she wins it with a $550 profit on a $10 wager if she does, per our odds calculator.

Only the recently retired Candace Parker has ever won WNBA MVP as a rookie (2008). It's a tall task to expect Clark to win MVP in her first season with the Fever, especially with top contenders A'ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart having won four of the last six awards.

Still, at these 55/1 odds? It might be worth a gamble on the No. 1 pick finding her form as the season progresses. Whenever she does - whether that's this season or next, or beyond - she'll be tough to stop on a nightly basis.

Caitlin Clark WNBA Rookie of the Year odds

(Odds updated May 21)

Caitlin Clark-800-1000-1000-900-1000
Cameron Brink+1200+1100+1200+900+1200
Angel Reese+1500+2600+1300+1000+2500
Rickea Jackson+3000+4200+3000+3500+4000
Aaliyah Edwards+3500+6500+4000+5000+6600
Kamilla CardosoOFFOFFOFFOFF+10000
Jacy Sheldon+15000+11000+10000+6000+10000
Alissa Pili+15000+12000+15000+6000+10000
Nyadiew PuochOFF+14000OFF+10000+10000
Marquesha Davis+20000OFF+20000+10000+10000

Clark is unsurprisingly the runaway favorite for the WNBA Rookie of the Year with her best odds (-800) representing an 88.89% probability she'll win the award.

Those are identical to the -800 odds she boasted entering the season, and she remains the clear front-runner even after falling short of expectation. She still scored 20 points in her debut, and she's managed to (slightly) cut down on the turnovers in three games since.

Her biggest competition comes from No. 2 pick Cameron Brink, who has to compete with her own teammate for the award - the Los Angeles Sparks also selected Rickea Jackson with the No. 4 overall pick.

This is without a doubt a loaded rookie class, but no other player will be given the green light to shoot as frequently as Clark. She's the best shooter and passer in this group and as long as she's healthy, it'll be her award to lose. 

Indiana Fever WNBA Championship odds 

(Odds as of May 21)

Las Vegas Aces+100+110 -105 +100+100
New York Liberty+180 +190+220+230 +225
Connecticut Sun+1000 +1200+1500 +1200+1200
Seattle Storm+2000 +1200+1200+850 +1000
Dallas Wings+3000+3000+2500+2800+2500
Indiana Fever+4000+4000+3500+4000+3000 
Minnesota Lynx+4000+3500+4500 +3500+4000
Atlanta Dream+4500+3500 +5000 +4000+4000
Chicago Sky+5000+5000+4000+3500 +5000
Phoenix Mercury+5000 +3000+3000+3000+3000
Washington Mystics+10000+8500+8000+8500+8000
Los Angeles Sparks+10000+10000+10000+8500 +10000

Indiana opened the year dealing around 25/1, but the team has taken a clear step back in the title market after an 0-4 start to the season.

The Fever have won the WNBA championship only once, back in 2012 with hall of famer Tamika Catchings leading the team. Since then, Indiana has fallen on hard times and hasn't had a winning record since 2015. The Fever have missed the playoffs in seven straight seasons.

To expect Clark to take home a title in her rookie year is borderline disrespectful to the rest of the WNBA, especially with the favorite Las Vegas Aces being a dynasty in the making after winning back-to-back titles.

Caitlin Clark odds, prop bets for 2024 WNBA season

(Odds via bet365 as of May 15)

Caitlin Clark propYesNo
Lead Indiana Fever in scoring (2024 regular season)-350+260
Record 130-plus made 3-pointers (2024 regular season)-115-105
Average 22-plus PPG in regular season (min. 28 games)-110-110
Record 1-plus made 3-pointer in every 2024 regular season game (min. 28 games)+140-170
Record 3-plus triple-doubles (2024 regular season)+200-250
Record 10-plus made 3-pointers in any 2024 regular season game+700-1200
Score 50-plus points in any 2024 regular season game+1200-3000
Break WNBA single-game scoring record (54-plus points) in 2024 regular season+2500-30000

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After many of our best sportsbooks were offering specific props for Clark ahead of her WNBA regular-season debut, it appears these props have been fully taken down after her first week in the W. But it's still interesting to look back at the odds following that so-so debut.

It's hard to know how long it might take for Clark to find her rhythm in the pros, but she should be able to make an impact this season for a Fever team that went just 13-27 last season. With All-Stars Aliyah Boston and Kelsey Mitchell already on the roster, Clark's passing may come in more handy than her scoring initially.

Even with three teammates that averaged 14.5-plus points last season, head coach Christie Sides has seemingly given Clark the green light to find her offense even if she struggles along the way. That's why she had -350 odds to lead Indiana in scoring as a rookie, which represents a 77.78% implied probability.

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Caitlin Clark Over/Under props for the 2024 WNBA Season

(Odds as of May 3)

Caitlin Clark propDraftKings
Average Over 21.9 points per game -140
Average Under 21.9 points per game +120
Average Over 6.3 assists per game -110
Average Under 6.3 assists per game -110
Average Over 3.3 made 3-pointers per game -110
Average Under 3.3 made 3-pointers per game -110

Ahead of Clark's WNBA debut, DraftKings was offering several Over/Under lines on her offensive statistics.

As prolific as Clark was as a scorer and passer at Iowa, it was surprising to see these lines so high with such short odds already. The -140 odds implied a 58.33% probability she'll average at least 22 points as a rookie, while the -110 odds implied a 52.38% probability she'll pick up more than 6.3 assists per game.

This will all be very dependent on how much usage Clark gets early on and if she'll be asked to be a ball-dominant scorer, more of a facilitator, or an off-ball catch and shoot threat. We saw a bit of all three in her debut, when she handled the rock in high volume - and finished with 10 turnovers - but started to find her rhythm as an off-ball shooter.

Only three players in the WNBA averaged more than 21.9 points last season. Those three players were perennial All-Star Jewell Loyd (24.7), who had the second-best scoring season of all time, and two-time MVPs Breanna Stewart (23.0) and A'ja Wilson (22.8). 

While Clark could realistically be a top WNBA scorer or assister as a rookie, it's hard to imagine her doing both. No player in the WNBA averaged more than 20 points and five assists last season, and just three players put up more than 6.3 assists per game. Sabrina Ionescu was the only player to average more than 3.3 made 3-pointers last season (3.6).

This was a tough market to bet into without fully knowing how the Fever plan to deploy Clark as a rookie, but it made sense to either believe in her as scorer or assister, but maybe not both. However, betting the Over on her points goes hand in hand with betting the Over on her made 3-pointers.

Indiana Fever win totals/playoff odds 

(Odds as of May 3)

Indiana FeverDraftKingsFanDuelbet365
Over 20.5 wins-110-102OFF
Under 20.5 wins-110-125OFF
Over 21.5 winsOFFOFF+105
Under 21.5 winsOFFOFF-135
20-plus winsOFF-170OFF
25-plus winsOFF+165OFF
30-plus winsOFF+850OFF
To make playoffs-400-310-300
To miss playoffs+310+220+225

A more realistic ask of Clark is for her to lead the Fever to the playoffs. Though Indiana went just 13-27 last season, it was a vast improvement over 2022 (5-31). That was thanks largely in part to Mitchell getting some major help from Boston, the 2023 No. 1 pick. Those two, along with NaLyssa Smith, give the Fever three talented scoring threats around Clark.

Can Clark energize Indiana's offense enough for it to win eight more games in 2024 than in 2023? Well, the addition of Boston helped lead to an eight-game improvement last season, and Clark's an even better talent.

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