For everyone out there who has said the NBA playoffs have been boring this season (and they have been), I have good news. There is real, competitive basketball being played at a very high level right now, and there are DFS contests to boot.

I am talking, of course, about the WNBA, which features a three-game slate of games Friday. Two of those three games are rematches from earlier in the week, with the Mystics hosting the Sky and Minnesota travelling to Connecticut. Chicago and Washington are especially interesting, as Chicago will hopefully get starting point guard Courtney Vandersloot back for her first game of the season while Washington will play its first game without its starting center, Emma Meesseman. This should be a good matchup for Chicago, as Washington has predictably struggled defensively, but I can’t bring myself to pay up for Cappie Pondexter, Allie Quigley or Tamera Young knowing they will all have the ball in their hands less with Vandersloot back. Similarly,...