WNBA DFS Playbook: July 25
Steve Pimental breaks down the top plays and provides example lineups for Saturday's WNBA slate.
The WNBA is back, and we have three great games to start the season. In the first game, the most anticipated rookie since Breanna Stewart faces Stewart and the Seattle Storm, who for my money are the favorites to win the WNBA title this season. In the second game, Skylar Diggins-Smith and her new team take on the rival Los Angeles Sparks, who still have title aspirations despite the absences of Chiney Ogwumike and Kristi Toliver. In the last game, breakout center Teaira McCowan will take on Finals MVP Emma Meesseman, who will look to shine outside of the shadow of Elena Delle Donne.
There are plenty of players I love on Saturday’s slate, but the slate may be most notable for some of the players who didn’t make the Playbook. The most notable is probably rookie Sabrina Ionescu. I just have a hard time counting on a rookie in her WNBA debut, especially against the best team in the league. She is cheap on DraftKings, but I suspect her ownership on that site will be quite...