WNBA Best Bets Today – Free Picks for Thursday, June 13

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WNBA best bets for Thursday, June 13

The Commissioner’s Cup ends Thursday night with the Western Conference representative still up in the air. The Lynx and Mercury are vying for the right to face the Liberty in the championship on June 25, but six teams will face off tonight as the organizations continue to jostle for position in the regular season standings.

The experts at RotoWire present their favorite picks for the evening.

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Best bets for Thursday June 13

Rhyne Howard Less than 24.5 points + rebounds + assists (-108) at Indiana Fever

FanDuel Sportsbook, 3 p.m. CT

Jason Shebilske: While the Fever have lackluster defense against opposing guards, Howard has been cold recently and has been held under that combined mark in five of her last six appearances. She’s also been limited to single-digit field goal attempts in two of her last four outings and has been inconsistent in the rebounding and assist columns amid some inconsistent performances from Atlanta.

Skylar Diggins Smith Over 21.5 points + assists (-104) against the Dallas Wings

FanDuel Sportsbook, 1:15 p.m. CT

Joe Mayo: The Wings have one of the worst defensive ratings (10th) in the league, and Diggins-Smith has been on a tear recently. The 33-year-old has broken that mark in seven of 12 games, including five of the Storm’s last seven games. Even though the Storm are essentially out of the Commissioner’s Cup race, barring an unlikely tiebreaker, I still expect Diggins-Smith to have a solid game against the Wings. Additionally, the Wings have lost their last five games while allowing 86.8 points per game and are 3-7 this year.

Seattle Storm -6 to Dallas Wings (-114)

FanDuel Sportsbook, 3:15 p.m. CT

Jason Shebilske: The Wings are in the midst of a five-game losing streak, and although they nearly ended their skid Sunday against the Mercury by taking Phoenix to overtime, they face a tough test Thursday against a Seattle team that has won seven of its last matches. eight games, including six victories with at least seven points. Although the Storm are not in contention for a spot in the Commissioner’s Cup championship, their success is expected to continue on Thursday.

Jackie Young Less than 28.5 points + rebounds + assists (-125) at Phoenix Mercury

DraftKings Sportsbook, 3:05 p.m. CT

Jason Shebilske: Young has been among the most dominant guards in the league early this season, but she recently suffered an illness and was sidelined during Sunday’s loss to the Sparks. She returned to the court Tuesday against Minnesota, but didn’t feel 100 percent healthy and had one of her worst performances of the season, totaling six points, four assists and two rebounds in 22 minutes. . It’s unclear yet if she’ll be fully healthy on Thursday, but the Aces’ backcourt could also use a boost since Chelsea Gray (lower leg) is questionable, which would further limit Young’s upside .

Kahleah Copper Over 2.5 three-pointers (-114) vs. Las Vegas Aces

FanDuel Sportsbook, 2:50 p.m. CT

Jason Shebilske: Copper has been on a tear from beyond the arc in recent matchups, draining at least three shots from long range in four of his last five appearances. The Aces have allowed 40.4 percent efficiency from beyond the arc to opposing guards this season, and Copper averaged 4.0 three-pointers per game in his first two appearances against Las Vegas in 2024. As the Mercury battle for a spot in the Commissioner’s Cup Championship, expect Copper to play up to his full potential on Thursday.

Kelsey Plum Over 2.5 three-pointers (-167) at Phoenix Mercury

BetRivers, 1:37 p.m. CT

Alex Barutha: Over the last 10 games, the Mercury are tied (ironically with the Aces) for allowing the most three-point shots to the opponent (9.8) per 40 minutes, not to mention the most number of attempts (27.4) during this period. Plum is shooting threes at a career-high volume, launching 9.7 per game and converting 3.3 (34%). She has made at least two triples in every game this season and has not played less than 32 minutes in any game. These teams have already faced each other twice, with Plum shooting a combined 10 of 24 from distance.

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