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WNBA DFS Degenerate with Seth: June 8 (FREE)

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WNBA DFS Degenerate with Seth: June 8 (FREE)

WNBA Showdown: Minnesota Lynx vs. LA Sparks

This game sucks, but I have to be honest it’s going to be a low scoring rock fight. The minutes for the Sparks guards are anybody’s guess.

Just a heads up, lock is at three today so there might be some overlay. Fowles is the top play for some reason Nneka is priced over her. This matchup is much tougher for Nneka than Fowles. I like Chiney better than Nneka in this game, but my favorite high-priced Spark is Chelsea Gray. You attack Minnesota with guards not forwards.

Collier is still under priced for her production and minutes, also she is at home I like rookies at home. Danielle Robinson is cheaper than Odyssey Sims who just had a big game, I don’t care Robinson is the stronger play Lexi Brown is probably the best value on Minnesota. Dantas is fine here as well, one idea for GPPs is to load up the Minnesota front court I would probably play two of the three in a lot of lines.

The Sparks guards: who the hell knows. Pratt started last game and Mabry came out of nowhere and got 25 minutes and shot well. She’s a rookie, so from a game theory angle the fade is probably the play here. To be fair she does have some pedigree though (hedge life). Wiese has secure minutes and is the min on FanDuel. I would just eat the chalk there because she is a more realistic fade on DraftKings. But even then, I’m more than likely going to play her. Pratt started last game and did not get back in after Mabrey went nuts, Pratt is a nice leverage play off a chalky Mabrey on this slate.

Studs ranked: Fowles > Gray > Chiney > Nneka

Value: Wiese, Brown, Pratt

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