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Dana Evans of the Chicago Sky handles the ball as we look at our top WNBA best bets
Dana Evans of the Chicago Sky handles the ball against Moriah Jefferson of the Phoenix Mercury at Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images via AFP.

In a WNBA matchup that will be broadcast on Twitter, the Atlanta Dream will play host to the Chicago Sky on Tuesday. Read on for our Sky vs. Dream prediction based on the best WNBA odds.

Pull up Twitter this evening to enjoy some WNBA action, as the Atlanta Dream and Chicago Sky will square off in a game only available on the bird app. The Sky are 3-1 ahead of this matchup, while the Dream are off to a 1-2 start after entering the year as a trendy sleeper pick based on their WNBA Championship odds.

Atlanta is favored to take care of business at home, according to the latest lines at our best sports betting apps. We believe that is a mistake, and are ready to take full advantage for this much-anticipated matchup.

Here is our best Sky vs. Dream prediction (odds via DraftKings; pick confidence based on a 1-to-5-star scale).

Sky vs. Dream prediction

Sky +4 (-110 via DraftKings) ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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I'm not really overreacting to a few games in this case. If you read my preseason WNBA championship picks, I was higher on the Sky than most entering this season. The market was underrating a team that went through a roster overhaul in the offseason.

The market also might have been too high on the Dream, who have plenty of promising young pieces after crushing the 2023 WNBA Draft. But Atlanta is likely still a year or two away from being a serious contender, even with Rhyne Howard the only player between the two teams to be among the top 15 players by the WNBA MVP odds.

For this game, my projections consider this to be a toss-up on Atlanta's home court. So, we are happy to take the full +4 via the best sportsbooks, especially when it is the best price in the market. The Sky have already covered the spread in all three games in which they were priced as underdogs this year, going 2-1 outright in such scenarios.

The Sky have leaned on their defensive identity to start the season, ranking third in points per game allowed (73.5) and second in points per 100 possessions (87.5) thus far. The Dream are eighth and 10th in those respective categories.

On the offensive end, Chicago has four players averaging in double figures on the young season. Kahleah Copper and Marina Mabrey are leading the way with averages of 15.8 points and 15.7 points per game, respectively. And this duo figures to only get better as they become more familiar with each other after Mabrey was traded from the Dallas Wings in the offseason.

We like taking the Sky at anything +3 or better on the spread for this four-star pick, but would be willing to consider the moneyline for a juicier payout, as well.

Sky vs. Dream best odds

DraftKings (+3.5, -110)

Sky +3.5Sky +3.5Sky +3.5Sky +3.5Sky +3.5

Our best sports betting sites have started to reach a consensus on the spread, listing the Dream as 3.5-point favorites across the board.

We locked this bet in at +4 on Monday afternoon, but +3.5 is still worth a look as we get closer to tipoff. If you'd prefer to maximize your payout, we don't mind sprinkling some on the +145 moneyline price for Chicago at DraftKings.

Sky vs. Dream game info

  • Date: Tuesday, May 30, 7 p.m. ET
  • How to watch: Twitter
  • Location: Gateway Center Arena at College Park, Atlanta, GA

Sky-Dream pick made 05/30/2023 at 12:20 p.m. ET.

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