Dream & Wings Rolling as WNBA Gears Up for All-Star Break

Monday, July 23, 2018 9:39 PM UTC

Monday, Jul. 23, 2018 9:39 PM UTC

The current streaks by Atlanta (7-0) and Dallas (5-1) are among the trends to follow, but there are plenty of others. Let’s look at the best teams in the ATS and totals markets, plus fresh title odds and more.

<h2>WNBA First-Half ATS and Totals Leaders</h2><p dir="ltr">(Through Monday's games)<br /><strong>Best Overall ATS:</strong> Dallas Wings (16-9-0)<br /><strong>Worst Overall ATS:</strong> Indiana Fever (9-16-0)<br /><strong>Best Home ATS:</strong> Dallas Wings (8-4-0)<br /><strong>Worst Home ATS:</strong> Indiana Fever (2-10-0)<br /><strong>Best Road ATS:</strong> Phoenix Mercury (11-4-0)<br /><strong>Worst Road ATS:</strong> New York Liberty (4-7-0), Chicago Sky (4-7-0)<br /><strong>Best "Over" Team:</strong> Dallas Wings (17-8-0)<br /><strong>Best "Under" Team:</strong> Minnesota Lynx (8-16-0)</p><p dir="ltr"><strong>ATS and Totals Trends Streaks:</strong> Fever L4 straight ATS, 1-8 ATS L9 ... Wings "overs" 9-2-1 L12 ... Wings 5-1 ATS L6 ... Sparks 3-7 ATS L10 ... Storm 5-1-1 ATS L7 ... Mystics 5-1-1 ATS L7 ... Lynx "unders" 6-1 L7 ... Sun 1-4-0 ATS L5 ... Sky L3 straight SU/ATS ... Sky "unders" 4-1 L5 ... Dream "overs" 6-2 L8 ... Dream W4 straight SU/ATS.</p><p dir="ltr"><img height="563" src="https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/ECMtJnJldJzDE08nsRWGhi9-8Ku6oKkO7JehOijYGTMds3EF8K5F8zjgQUutIEj0SeW1ktH1C9BZb30R3ZgQtPAMdXHGc9IBzbD0mJ39osmdlM7Vu-bp9cTPrEYrm0Um-G0f01MU" width="546" /></p><h2 dir="ltr">WNBA Championship Futures Odds</h2><p dir="ltr">(July 23, <a href="https://www.sportsbookreview.com/Sportsbook/?v=4579&amp;book=5dimes" rel="nofollow" title="Top Rated Sportsbook">5Dimes</a>)<br />Seattle Storm +305<br />Los Angeles Sparks +330<br />Minnesota Lynx +360<br />Phoenix Mercury +515<br />Washington Mystics +915<br />Atlanta Dream +965<br />Dallas Wings 12/1<br />Connecticut Sun 15/1<br />Las Vegas Aces 28/1<br />Chicago Sky 500/1<br />New York Liberty 1,000/1</p><p dir="ltr"> </p><h2 dir="ltr">2018 WNBA All-Star Game</h2><p dir="ltr"><strong>Who: </strong>Team Delle-Donne vs. Team Parker<br /><strong>Where:</strong> Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota<br /><strong>When: </strong>Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET<br /><strong>TV: </strong>ABC</p><p dir="ltr"><strong>All-Star Game Overview:</strong> The fans voted the Lynx's Maya Moore and the Mystics' Elena Delle-Donne as <a href="http://www.wnba.com/news/2018-wnba-all-stars-announced-elena-delle-donne-candace-parker-captains/">captains</a> for this newfangled format that replaces the Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference, but Moore bowed out, leaving <a href="https://classic.sportsbookreview.com/betting-odds/wnba-basketball/">WNBA</a> President Lisa Borders to sagely select veteran Candace Parker to alternately pick from the remaining pool of 20 All-Stars to form two 11-woman rosters for the game. Delle-Donne had the first pick and chose Mystics teammate Kristi Toliver, with Parker also taking a teammate, Sparks sparkplug Chelsea Gray. Parker then took teammate Nneka Ogwumike who will get the chance to play alongside her sister and former college teammate, Chiney (Connecticut Sun), on Team Parker. "I'm thrilled to be able to play with my sister for the first time since Stanford," Chiney Ogwumike told The Associated Press via text message.</p><p dir="ltr"><img height="437" src="https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/vSXRA6-a8wnxsiRLH4FUPoOvXlfEyMN4Ii08khgR9bJGXVHlz7YS036TuopbKoghChqa_syY5xzqHddY9PRRygHZInoeLqdKe6Yt900mMmSRFaDPedO26waOzfXkzLQJwoWmCFwp" width="624" /></p>
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