Seattle Storm Opens as 2021 WNBA Favorite

Seattle Storm Opens as 2021 WNBA Betting Odds Favorite

February 23rd, 2021 Offshore Betting, WNBA Basketball

On the whole, it should come as no surprise that Seattle is the WNBA betting Favorite to win the 2021 championship. The Storm is defending WNBA champions. Seattle has won the title in two of the last three seasons. And they boast one of the most dominant players in the league with Breanna Stewart. Gamblers were pleased with Seattle’s reliability on the board. Also making big money last season were the Las Vegas Aces. Vegas is the second choice on the board with the Washington Mystics. Washington is coming off a subpar season. But the Mystics are loaded with talent.

Odds to Win 2021 WNBA Finals

TeamOdds
Seattle Storm+160
Las Vegas Aces+350
Washington Mystics+350
Chicago Sky+800
Connecticut Sun+900
Phoenix Mercury+900
Los Angeles Sparks+1000
Minnesota Lynx+2500
New York Liberty+5000
Dallas Wings+7500
Indiana Fever+7500
Atlanta Dream+10000

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2021 WNBA Championship Odds SBG Overview

Seattle is the most trusted brand on the offshore betting board. When it comes to championship branding reputation, the Storm can’t be topped. Washington is seen by some to be overpriced. Naturally, the Mystics’ popularity on the board is based on their previous championship success. Many gamblers give Washington a mulligan based on the pandemic ravaged 2020 season. Las Vegas has become a popular franchise based on location and a 2020 Conference championship. Of course, being established in Sin City adds to their price on the board. Gamblers don’t see a surprise team emerging for 2021.

Seattle Storm

Overall, Seattle boasts a total of four WNBA titles, including 2018 and 2020. Any conversation about the Storm begins with Breanna Stewart. First overall in the 2016 WNBA Draft began the Stewart legend. Stewart was named WNBA Finals MVP in both of Seattle’s championships. Further, Stewart won the 2018 WNBA MVP Award. Stewart averaged 19.7 points and 8.3 rebounds per game in 2020. Most important of all, she averaged 25.7 points and 7.8 rebounds per game in the playoffs.

Las Vegas Aces

In 2018 Las Vegas became the new home of the San Antonio Stars. In turn, head coach Bill Laimbeer led them to the WNBA Finals in 2020. Vegas beat the WNBA odds with 14 covers in 22 games. A’ja Wilson is the star of the Aces. Wilson was the first overall pick of the 2018 WNBA Draft. Last year Wilson averaged 20.8 points and 8.9 rebounds per game in the playoffs. In the regular season, she totaled 20.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game. Wilson won the 2020 WNBA MVP honors.

Washington Mystics

In 2019 Washington won the WNBA championship. They were Conference champions in 2018 and 2019. Thus, the Mystics have a lot of credibility with the gambling community. Ariel Atkins is the key performer on the Mystics. Last season she averaged 14.8 points per game. Coach Mike Thibault has led the Mystics since 2013. In sum, he has won WNBA Coach of the Year honors three times.

Ways to Bet the WNBA

You can bet on the WNBA in the same way that you do with the NBA. For instance, options include point spread sides, money lines, totals, futures, props, and live in-game betting. First and second half betting is at your option as well. Concurrently the WNBA plans to open the 2021 season in May. Check back for updates on the WNBA and the start of its season!

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