WNBA Full Court Press Breakdown, Advice, and Picks for FanDuel and Draftkings – July 23rd, 2019

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WNBA FULL COURT PRESS

 

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Los Angeles Sparks @ Atlanta Dream

The Sparks head to Atlanta to take on the Dream. Candace Parker remains out along with Alana Beard and Riquna Williams. This once again puts Nneka Ogwumike and Chelsea Gray in the spotlight. Nneka is averaging 45.5 DKPs per game with Parker out. She recently put up 49.75 DKPs against the Dream. She is playing lights out right now and there is no reason for this to stop. She’ll be a popular play on this slate. Chelsea Gray has been doing well during the same span, averaging 34.8 DKPs in 34 MPG. She’ll look to continue that fine form in this matchup. Moving on from these two, Chiney Ogwumike, Tierra Ruffin-Pratt and Kalani Brown round out the Sparks players of interest here. Ogwumike has a tough much here, one which she struggled to perform inadequately. Ruffin-Pratt is getting over 35 MPG but hasn’t done much with it yet. However, she does have the capability of turning it on every now and again. Brown is a punt play in GPPs.

The Dream have struggled recently with Hayes dealing with injury. Much in this game boils down to whether Hayes can play. If Hayes can’t go, this game has blowout written all over it. In such a scenario, it’s hard to really recommend anyone from this team, but try we must. Elizabeth Williams gets a nice matchup here, she can dominate Chiney here. But once again we’ll need a close game to get the best out of her. Brittney Sykes is generally matchup-proof; however, this is a tough matchup for her. That said, she is possibly the best play on the Dream team. I have little interest in Renee Montgomery or Alex Bentley here, that said they are GPP viable. Monique Billings is really interesting here. She’ll get run no matter what and will be best if the game blows out. She makes for a fine play in this spot.

5-Star Play: Nneka Ogwumike, Chelsea Gray

4-Star Play: Chiney Ogwumike, Brittney Sykes, Elizabeth Williams, Tierra Ruffin-Pratt

Deep Value: Kalani Brown

GPP Sleeper: Monique Billings

 

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Seattle Storm @ Las Vegas Aces

Another matchup between the Storm and the Aces. The main difference here from the last one is the presence of Jewell Loyd. Loyd returned and played 9 minutes last game, it’s currently unknown how many minutes she’ll be able to play here. That said, the presence of Loyd puts a damper on both Jordin Canada and Sami Whitcomb. The Aces are generally poor against guards, so you’ll expect at least one Storm guard to take advantage of it. Jordin Canada is best placed to do that as Whitcomb is the one in line to cede minutes to Loyd. Natasha Howard remains the go-to play here on the Storm. She went for 57.5 DKPs in the last meeting and it is hard to pass on that here. Finally, Alysha Clark will go unnoticed on this slate given all the other options, but she makes for an interesting GPP option here.

The Aces are dealing with some serious injuries here. With Wilson and Sydney Colson out, they are a little thin. Liz Cambage will be called upon to do everything to keep this team afloat. This is something she does very well, and we have seen her rise to the occasion already. Cambage has finally become the monster we expect her to be and is close to a must-play. A long as Dearica Hamby is playing 30+ minutes and is still priced that low, you can keep rostering her. This is an excellent spot for her, and she’ll be extremely popular. Kayla McBride is the top guard for the Aces and her scoring will be needed in this one. The matchup is not easy, but it is one she can exploit. Kelsey Plum makes for a nice mid-range option here with upside. Finally, it is up in the air whether the Aces will give Jackie Young even more minutes here or bump up the minutes for Tamera Young. This makes both players interesting options, with Tamera getting the slight bump in GPPs.

5-Star Play: Liz Cambage, Natasha Howard, Dearica Hamby

4-Star Play: Kayla McBride, Jordin Canada, Kelsey Plum

Deep Value: Tamera Young

GPP Sleeper: Alysha Clark

 

 

Indiana Fever @ Phoenix Mercury

The Fever travel to Arizona to take on the Mercury. This is a bad matchup for the Fever all around. The Mercury are one of the top defensive units in the game. On the guard front, Erica Wheeler has been the best for the Fever, but she’ll be in a battle here. That said, she does have the talent to perform. Kelsey Mitchell is talented but has been in a wicked slump. It’s possible she gets out of it here, but it’s hard to have any faith in her. Shenise Johnson is interesting here and is probably my favorite guard option here. She’s cheap, will be low-owned and gets a favorable matchup with Essence Carson out. She makes for a nice value option. Perhaps the Fever in the best spot is Candice Dupree. She gets a positive matchup and is on the road where she has performed markedly better this season.

For the Mercury, Brittney Griner and DeWanna Bonner get enviable matchups. Both are strongly in play here and have 40+ upside. It’s hard to go wrong with either of them. Beyond these two, Sophie Cunningham will be a very popular play tomorrow. She’s extremely cheap and starting for the injured Essence Carson. At her price, she is a CASH lock tomorrow. For those who want to fade her ownership in GPPs, Yvonne Turner makes for a nice albeit more expensive pivot. Turner should get increased minutes off the bench with Carson out. Leilani Mitchell makes for an excellent play tomorrow. With everyone fawning over the big two and Cunningham, Mitchell could go under-owned. She has owned the Fever this season and there is no reason for it to change tomorrow. Finally, Briann January and Camille Little make for GPP only punts here.

5-Star Play: DeWanna Bonner, Brittney Griner, Leilani Mitchell

4-Star Play: Candice Dupree, Erica Wheeler, Sophie Cunningham

Deep Value: Shenise Johnson

GPP Sleeper: Kelsey Mitchell

 

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