Atlanta’s dream underdogs at home

The Aces vs. Dream betting lines are here, and the Las Vegas Aces are -8 favorites on the road in Atlanta. They are heavy favorites to win the match at -365, and the Atlanta Dream are +285 underdogs. The total plus/minus is set at 170.5.

The Las Vegas Aces are at the top of the Western Conference standings, seeded number one. They are led this season by their All-Star and MVP candidate, A’ja Wilson.

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Wilson is averaging 26.2 points and 13.2 rebounds on the season. Their best distributor is Jackie Young, who averages 8.2 assists on the season and also scores 21.8 points per game.

Kelsey Plum continued to be an important piece for the Aces, averaging 18.6 points and 5.6 assists this season.

The Atlanta Dream are currently the third seed in the Eastern Conference. They are led on the offensive end by Rhyne Howard, who is currently averaging 19 points per game.

Allisha Gray is their second-leading scorer, averaging 16.2 points on the season. Tina Charles protects the paint and gobbles up rebounds, averaging 9.4 rebounds on the season.

Continue for your Aces vs Dream betting tips. We’re going to check the WNBA scores today and look at these teams’ previous games to make some WNBA predictions.

🏀 Ace vs. Dream 🏀

Records: Ace (4-1)/Dream (3-2)
Location: Gateway Center Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
Streaming: WNBA League Pass, Ion

Beat the beaten

Allisha Gray scored 19 points and Tina Charles added 17 points and 15 rebounds, leading the Atlanta Dream to a 73-67 victory over the winless Washington Mystics on Wednesday night.

Washington (0-7) is off to its worst start since 2007after losing seven straight games.

Gray’s steal and fast layup extended Atlanta’s lead to 63-58 midway through the fourth quarter. Rhyne Howard contributed eight of her 11 points in the final quarter, including a critical one-foot jumper and two free throws to secure a nine-point lead.

Aerial Powers scored 12 points and Cheyenne Parker-Tyus had 10 points and nine rebounds for Atlanta (3-2). Charles had a double-double at halftime with 14 points and 13 rebounds, while Gray also scored 14 points in the first half, helping Atlanta take a 38-34 lead.

I just had a good victory

A’ja Wilson dominated with 29 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks as the Las Vegas Aces beat the Minnesota Lynx 80-66 on Wednesday night. Jackie Young contributed 19 points and 10 assists for the Aces.

Wilson made history by becoming the first WNBA player to record 20+ points and 10+ rebounds in five consecutive regular season games. Young was in just his fifth straight game with at least 20 points and six assists.

Las Vegas saw its nine-point halftime lead cut to 56-54 late in the third quarter before Kate Martin’s corner three-pointer and Wilson’s layup restored a 62-point advantage -56. The Aces extended their lead with a 20-5 run in the fourth quarter, making the score 77-61.

Kelsey Plum added 10 points for Las Vegas, while Alysha Clark and Martin scored nine each. Minnesota (4-2) was led by Napheesa Collier with 18 points and 13 rebounds, Courtney Williams and Cecilia Zandalasini scoring 12 each and Kayla McBride adding 11.

Vegas on the road

The Aces vs. Dream betting lines have the Las Vegas Aces as -8 favorites on the road in Atlanta. They are favored to win the match at -365 and the Atlanta Dream are underdogs at +285. The total plus/minus is set at 170.5.

The Aces’ WNBA record this season is 4-1 in a row, but just 2-3 against the spread. This is only their second away game of the season, but they have covered their game on one pitch so far this season. The Dreams are 3-2 in a row, 2-3 against the spread. They are 0-2 against the spread at home.

The Aces are 3-2 in total points so far this season and the Dreams are also 3-2.

We like the Aces to be strong on the road in this matchup. The eight-point gap isn’t big enough to deter us from rolling with the Aces. They’ve won their last two games, and both by double digits.

Injuries to follow:

The Aces of Las Vegas

  • Chelsea Gray G Is “?” Friday against Atlanta Dream, stage
  • Kierstan Bell G is “?” Friday against Atlanta Dream, stage

Dream of Atlanta

  • Allisha Gray G is “?” Friday vs. Las Vegas Aces, Thumb
  • Jordin Canada G is demoted to OUT Friday vs. Las Vegas Aces, Hand

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