WNBA DFS Playbook & Example Lineups: June 1
Steve Pimental provides the best DFS plays and example lineups for Saturday's four-game WNBA slate.
Saturday is our first four-game WNBA slate, and each game is interesting in its own right. Seattle will play the second of a back-to-back and their third game in four days, all on the road. They also lose an hour traveling from Atlanta to Chicago. They face a Sky team that has had a full week of practice coming off an embarrassing performance at Minnesota in the season-opener. The Sky look like they will be one of the weaker defensive teams in the league again this season, but it is difficult to trust the Storm at the end of such a tough stretch.
Atlanta is also playing the second of a back-to-back, and they’ve looked awful through two games this season. I expect them to play better at some point, but maybe they’re missing Damiris Dantas more than anyone expected. They face a Washington team that will be super interesting if Kristi Toliver is able to play alongside Emma Meesseman and Elena Delle Donne. Those last two are value plays no matter what, but there will likely be more...