Last Updated Aug 30, 2021, 10:04 AM

WNBA Betting Recap - 6/4-6/10

League Betting Notes (Monday, June 4 through Sunday, June 10)

-- Favorites went 9-4 straight up (SU)
-- Underdogs went 9-4 against the spread (ATS)
-- Road teams went 7-6 SU record
-- Home teams went 7-6 ATS record
-- The 'under' went 8-5

Team Betting Notes

-- As mentioned last week, Atlanta (5-3) has alternated wins and losses against the spread all season, going 4-4 ATS through eight games while failing to cover or not cover in consecutive outings. The 'under' has been very consistent, however, going 6-1 across their past seven.

-- Chicago (3-5) opened with a pair of victories, but it has been all downhill from there. They have dropped five of their past six games straight-up, while going 0-3-1 ATS across their past four outings. The 'over' has connected in four of the past five contests.

-- Dallas (4-3) has picked up wins in consecutive outings for the first time this season, although they're 1-2 ATS across the past three. They're also 2-3 ATS in the past five on the road, including 0-2 ATS in the past two away from home. The 'over' has cashed in three in a row, however.

-- Indiana (0-8) heads into the new week still searching for their first straight-up victory. While they haven't been able to break through in the win column on the WNBA floor, they have covered two in a row, and three of their past four. The 'over' has hit in five of their past seven. They're best chance at a victory might be Tuesday when they welcome expansion Las Vegas (1-7) to town.

-- Speaking of the Aces, they have dropped three in a row and seven of their first eight. However, Vegas has come up big at the betting window, cashing in two straight while going 3-0-1 ATS over the past four contests.

-- Minnesota (3-6) continues to stumble along, as they haven't won consecutive games since May 23-25. They're also coming up empty at the betting window, going just 1-8 ATS so far this season.

-- Los Angeles (5-2) hasn't been able to piece together more than two wins at a time so far, but they are doing well for total bettors. Their team defense lately has contributed to four consecutive 'under' results.

--  Connecticut (7-1) has been red hot, losing just once against the Dream on June 5. They have been money at home, going 4-0 SU/3-1 ATS.

-- Like the Dream above, Seattle (6-3) has alternated wins and losses against the spread so far through nine games, so if you believe in trends they'll cover Tuesday against the Sky before failing to cover against the Sun on Friday. We'll see. 

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