WNBA DFS Playbook: July 28
Steve Pimental brings you his top plays and example lineups for tonight's WNBA slate.
The prices for both sites are largely unchanged from the first game of the season, so a lot of the players who outperformed their prices in the opener are still value plays Tuesday. The problem, especially for GPPs, is that those players will be highly owned. As someone commented to me on Twitter, everyone is going to play Myisha Hines-Allen now. Its up to us to find some differentials, especially for GPPs.
One way in which I suspect I’ll be different from most is by mostly fading the Minnesota/Seattle game. The biggest reason to fade these teams is that I think they are probably the two best defensive teams in the league. I’m tempted to pay Sylvia Fowles at her price, but I don’t think it’s a coincidence she averaged fewer points against Seattle than against any other team last season. I expect Napheesa Collier and Lexie Brown to bounce back to some degree, but it won’t be easy against a team that can throw so many good defenders at them.
On the other side, Seattle’s depth...