WNBA DFS Playbook & Example Lineups: September 6
Steve Pimental provides the best DFS plays and example lineups for Friday's four-game WNBA slate.
The WNBA season ends on Sunday, and all eight teams in Friday’s WNBA DFS Slate are playing their penultimate game of the season. The eight teams playoff teams are set, and some of the seeds are as well. That being said, there are some teams with things to play for Friday, and while it’s won’t be possible to use players exclusively from those teams for DFS, I’m going to try to get more exposure to them if possible.
Washington has a one-game lead over the Sun, but Connecticut holds the tiebreaker. Connecticut is a league-best 15-1 at home, so it is crucial for Washington to win out and secure the number one seed. The Mystics have huge blowout potential at home against Dallas, but at least we know their starters will play so long as the game is close.
Connecticut is locked into a double-bye, so they probably have less incentive to rest their starters than the teams below them in the standings. On top of that, they probably need homecourt advantage to have any shot of beating...