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Caitlin Clark #22 of the Iowa Hawkeyes reacts as we look at the 2024 WNBA Draft odds and prop bets ahead of Monday's draft.
Caitlin Clark #22 of the Iowa Hawkeyes reacts in the second half during the 2024 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament National Championship game against the South Carolina Gamecocks at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse on April 07, 2024 in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images via AFP.

Ahead of Monday's marquee event, we're diving into the latest 2024 WNBA Draft odds from our best sports betting sites, which will likely see Caitlin Clark going No. 1 to the Indiana Fever.

Just over a week after the end of her storied career at Iowa, Caitlin Clark will almost certainly be the No. 1 pick in Monday's WNBA draft, which begins at 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN) from the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York, N.Y. But which players will follow her in the draft order?

Clark, who is already among the favorites by our WNBA MVP odds, has seemed all but certain to join the Indiana Fever ever since they won the WNBA draft lottery back in December. After setting virtually every scoring record in college, there is already talk of Clark becoming the WNBA's greatest player of all time.

After Clark, Stanford's Cameron Brink appears locked into the No. 2 pick, while collegiate stars Kamilla Cardoso (South Carolina) and Angel Reese (LSU) should be among the 12 players selected in the first round. But where, exactly, will they land?

Here's a look at the latest odds and key details for Monday's WNBA draft, along with some of the best values across our best sports betting apps.

How to watch 2024 WNBA Draft

  • When: Monday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. ET
  • Where: Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, N.Y.
  • How to watch: ESPN
  • No. 1 pick: Indiana Fever

2024 WNBA Draft order

1Indiana Fever
2Los Angeles Sparks
3Chicago Sky (via Mercury)
4Los Angeles Sparks (via Storm)
5Dallas Wings (via Sky)
6Washington Mystics
7Chicago Sky
8Minnesota Lynx (via Dream, Sparks)
9Dallas Wings
10Connecticut Sun
11New York Liberty
12Atlanta Dream (via Aces, Sparks)

2024 WNBA Draft odds, prop bets

As of Monday afternoon, two of our best sportsbooks are offering odds on this year's WNBA draft - and they're offering slightly different ways to bet on it.

The folks at FanDuel, which is often the best book to find robust WNBA betting markets, are offering odds on which player will be selected for each of the five picks following Clark's presumptive selection at No. 1.

Over at bet365, you can bet on the O/U for some of the top players in the draft, including Angel Reese, Aaliyah Edwards, and Rickea Jackson. All three are expected to be first-round picks on Monday, but could we see any of them slide on draft night?

Here's a look at the latest odds from both markets and our best predictions for Monday, as well as the implied probability using our odds converter.

2024 WNBA Draft projections, predictions

WNBA No. 2 pick odds (Los Angeles Sparks)

PlayerOddsImplied probability
Cameron Brink-200095.24%
Kamilla Cardoso+90010.00%
Rickea Jackson+34002.86%
Angel Reese+34002.86%
Caitlin Clark+100000.99%

Brink has been the favorite to go No. 2 for months, and there's no reason to expect a draft night surprise even after a tough final month at Stanford. At 6-foot-4, she remains one of the best defensive players in this draft, and she has the offensive skill set to stretch the floor in the pros.

That said, some recent mocks have Brink falling as far as No. 4. If you're looking to take a shot here, Rickea Jackson is interesting at +3400, but this is still almost certainly going to be Brink.

Prediction: Cameron Brink (-2000)

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WNBA No. 3 pick odds (Chicago Sky)

PlayerOddsImplied probability
Kamilla Cardoso-31075.61%
Rickea Jackson+23030.30%
Cameron Brink+19005.00%
Aaliyah Edwards+20004.76%
Angel Reese+20004.76%
Jacy Sheldon+20004.76%

Cardoso has seen her stock soar over the last month amid a strong run in the NCAA Tournament, and she's even seen her price shorten since Sunday, when she was dealing at the same odds as Jackson to be the No. 3 pick.

Maybe there's smoke to that movement, but I'd rather take the plus-money price on Jackson, who is the "consensus" choice among mock drafts at No. 3, if there is one. The 6-foot-2 wing was an elite shot-maker at Tennessee and should be a seamless fit for a Chicago Sky team looking for impact scorers to build around.

Prediction: Rickea Jackson (+230)

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WNBA No. 4 pick odds (Los Angeles Sparks)

PlayerOddsImplied probability
Rickea Jackson-23069.70%
Kamilla Cardoso+19034.48%
Aaliyah Edwards+20004.76%
Jacy Sheldon+20004.76%
Angel Reese+20004.76%
Cameron Brink+20004.76%

If we have Jackson going No. 3 over Cardoso, it would stand to reason that we like Cardoso going fourth to the Sparks.

The only complication there is whether Los Angeles wants to pair Brink and Cardoso - two bigs who clearly operate better in the paint. As mentioned before, though, Brink has the shooting touch to theoretically expand her game in the W, especially if she's playing alongside another dominant interior force like Cardoso.

Keep an eye on Brink here as a long shot. If she doesn't go No. 2, this could be where her slide ends. Still, Cardoso feels like the best bet on the board at this price.

Prediction: Kamilla Cardoso (+190)

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WNBA No. 5 pick odds (Dallas Wings)

PlayerOddsImplied probability
Jacy Sheldon-15060.00%
Aaliyah Edwards+25028.57%
Rickea Jackson+16005.88%
Angel Reese+16005.88%
Charisma Osborne+20004.76%
Kamilla Cardoso+20004.76%

One year after making two picks in the top five, the Wings find themselves in the unofficial "swing spot" of the 2024 WNBA Draft.

Edwards is probably the best player available in this scenario, but the Wings could definitely use a point guard to complement star scorer Arike Ogunbowale and their assortment of talent in the frontcourt. That makes Sheldon the best fit - and likeliest selection - with the No. 5 pick.

Prediction: Jacy Sheldon (-150)

WNBA No. 6 pick odds (Washington Mystics)

PlayerOddsImplied probability
Aaliyah Edwards-11553.49%
Jacy Sheldon+27027.03%
Angel Reese+10009.09%
Leila Lacan+16005.88%
Charisma Osborne+16005.88%
Alissa Pili+16005.88%

After years of contending, the Mystics are preparing for a new phase for the franchise. That screams "best player available" for this pick, and that would be Edwards.

The UConn big is likely still smarting after her offensive foul call in the Final Four, but that won't take away from her brilliant resume at Connecticut, where her size and elite feel for the game were on full display. Both make her a strong foundational piece for Washington.

That said, there's a chance the Mystics opt for an overseas player to maximize their contract value while they rebuild. That has me eyeing Leila Lacan, the 5-foot-11 point guard from France who could be a better long-term fit as an upside swing. At these odds, I'm making that bet, but Edwards is still the best play at short odds.

Prediction: Aaliyah Edwards (-115)

WNBA player draft position O/U

While betting on the exact draft position of a player is exciting and offers long odds, betting on a player's draft position can offer more value in many spots.

For example, we highlighted Rickea Jackson as our favorite value to go No. 3 at +230 odds. But why not bet her Under 3.5 (so anywhere in the first three picks) at +240? Similarly, instead of betting Aaliyah Edwards at -115 odds to go No. 6, why not bet Over 5.5 at even better -110 odds?

Of the five players listed in this market, the one with the biggest name recognition is clearly Angel Reese, who led LSU to a national title in 2023 and should be one of the first 12 players off the board.

For a while, it looked like Reese was locked into the No. 7 pick with the Minnesota Lynx, but they traded that pick to the Sky on Sunday. Could Chicago be angling for Reese? Possibly, but at these odds, I'd rather bet on her sliding further than pundits expect as a somewhat limited pro prospect.

Best bets: Jackson Under 3.5 (+240), Reese Over 7.5 (+260)

WNBA Draft No. 1 picks by year

2023Indiana FeverAliyah BostonSouth Carolina
2022Atlanta DreamRhyne HowardKentucky
2021Dallas WingsCharli CollierTexas
2020New York LibertySabrina IonescuOregon
2019Las Vegas AcesJackie YoungNotre Dame
2018Las Vegas AcesA'ja WilsonSouth Carolina
2017San Antonio StarsKelsey PlumWashington
2016Seattle StormBreanna StewardUConn
2015Seattle StormJewell LoydNotre Dame
2014Connecticut SunChiney OgwumikeStanford
2013Phoenix MercuryBrittney GrinerBaylor
2012Los Angeles SparksNneka OgwumikeStanford
2011Minnesota LynxMaya MooreUConn
2010Connecticut SunTina CharlesUConn
2009Atlanta DreamAngel McCoughtryLouisville
2008Los Angeles SparksCandace ParkerTennessee
2007Phoenix MercuryLindsey HardingDuke
2006Minnesota LynxSeimone AugustusLSU
2005Charlotte StingJanel McCarvilleMinnesota
2004Phoenix MercuryDiana TaurasiUConn
2003Cleveland RocketsLaToya ThomasMississippi State
2002Seattle StormSue BirdUConn
2001Seattle StormLauren JacksonAustralia
2000Cleveland RocketsAnn WautersFrance
1999Washington MysticsChamique HoldsclawTennessee
1998Utah StarzzMargo DydekPoland
1997Houston CometsTina ThompsonUSC

WNBA draft FAQs

Who is the favorite to go No. 1 in the WNBA Draft?

While sportsbooks aren't listing odds for the No. 1 pick, Iowa's Caitlin Clark is the overwhelming favorite to be the first player selected in Monday's draft.

When is the 2024 WNBA Draft?

The 2024 WNBA Draft is scheduled for Monday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcast live on ESPN.

Where is the 2024 WNBA Draft?

The 2024 WNBA Draft will take place at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York, N.Y.

Who went No. 1 in last year's WNBA Draft?

Aliyah Boston was the first overall pick in the 2023 WNBA Draft, with the Indiana Fever selecting the star center out of South Carolina.

WNBA betting odds pages

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