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FILE - In this May 8, 2018, file photo, Dallas Wings’ Liz Cambage, left, drives against Connecticut Sun’s Brionna Jones during a preseason WNBA basketball game. Cambage has since been traded to the Las vegas Aces. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)
FILE - In this May 8, 2018, file photo, Dallas Wings’ Liz Cambage, left, drives against Connecticut Sun’s Brionna Jones during a preseason WNBA basketball game. Cambage has since been traded to the Las vegas Aces. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)|Associated Press
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WNBA 2019 Season starts tonight (Friday) and offers numerous betting opportunities

Howard Gensler

Howard Gensler

Now that the NBA season is almost over, the WNBA season is about to start and that means an entire new arena of betting opportunities, assuming your sports book gives WNBA odds. We'll assume most do. If not, they should. It's 2019. Women are running for president. You should be able to wager on their basketball.

For those who are interested in continuing their hoops gambling fix throughout the summer – and this is not your grandmother's women's basketball, these women can seriously play – the odds-makers at www.MyTopSportsbooks.com offer a number of options to think about.

The 2019 WNBA 34-game regular season will run from Friday, May 24 through Sunday, Sept. 8. Games are televised on ESPN2, ABC and Twitter.

WNBA 2019 CHAMPIONSHIP ODDS
1.   Washington: 4/1
2.   Los Angeles: 5/1
3.   Las Vegas: 6/1
4.   Connecticut: 7/1
5.   Phoenix: 8/1
6.   Atlanta: 9/1
7.     Seattle: 12/1
8.   Minnesota: 25/2
9.   Chicago: 50/1
10.   Dallas: 60/1
11.   New York: 65/1
12.   Indiana: 90/1

OVER/UNDER – WINS
1.   Washington: 23.5
2.   Los Angeles: 21.5
3.   Atlanta: 19.5
4.   Phoenix: 19.5
5.   Connecticut: 18.5
6.   Las Vegas: 18.5
7.   Minnesota: 16.5
8.   Seattle: 16.5
9.   Chicago: 13.5
10.   Dallas: 11.5
11.   New York: 9.5
12.   Indiana: 7.5

ODDS to have the worst records in the WNBA
1.   Indiana: 2/3
2.   New York: 4/1
3.   Chicago: 11/1
4.   FIELD: 8/1

ODDS to Be the #1 Pick in the 2019 WNBA Draft
1.   Sabrina Ionescu – Oregon: 1/8
2.   FIELD: 8/1

ODDS Rookie of the Year is from
1.   Notre Dame: 7/3
2.   UConn: 4/1
3.   FIELD: 1/1

ODDS to be the former UCONN player with the highest regular-season scoring average for the 2019 WNBA Season
1.   Tina Charles - NY: 4/3
2.   Diana Taurasi - Phoenix: 5/2
3.   Tiffany Hayes – ATL: 7/2
4.   Katie Lou Samuelson – Chicago: 30/1
5.   Napheesa Collier – Minnesota: 35/1
6.   Sue Bird – Seattle: 66/1

MVP ODDS
1.   Elena Delle Donne – Wash: 7/1
2.   A’ja Wilson – LV: 8/1
3.   Sylvia Fowles - Min: 8/1
4.   Liz Cambage - LV: 10/1
5.   Tina Charles - NY: 10/1
6.   Nneka Ogwumike - LA: 12/1
7.   Tiffany Hayes - Atl: 15/1
8.   Brittney Griner - Phx: 16/1
9.   FIELD: 7/2

ODDS to win the 2019 Scoring title
1.   A’ja Wilson - LV: 6/1
2.   Elena Delle Donne – Wash: 7/1
3.   Liz Cambage - LV: 7/1
4.   Brittney Griner – Phx: 8/1
5.   Tina Charles - NY: 9/1
6.   FIELD: 3/2

ASSORTED WNBA PROP BETS

Over/Under game winning buzzer beaters for Arike Ogunbowale: 0.5

Odds Arike Ogunbowale makes a game-winning buzzer beater during the 2019 season: 25/1

Over/Under combined scoring average of LA Sparks teammates and sisters Nneka & Chiney Ogwumike: 28.5 PPG

Over/Under combined scoring average of Las Vegas Aces teammates A’ja Wilson and Liz Cambage: 41.5

Over/Under Points Scored for Liz Cambage in her first game against Dallas on June 22: 27.5

Odds Derek Fisher is LA Sparks coach in 2020: 1/2