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WNBA Betting Recap - 6/18-6/24

League Betting Notes (Monday, June 18 through Sunday, June 24)

-- Favorites went 9-7 straight up (SU)
-- Underdogs went 7-9 against the spread (ATS)
-- Home teams went 10-6 SU
-- Home/road teams went 8-8 ATS
-- The 'under' went 9-7

Team Betting Notes

-- Atlanta (7-6) split a pair of games for the second consecutive week, picking up an impressive win against  Connecticut  (8-5).  The victory for the Dream snapped an 0-3 ATS skid. They have yet to cover in back-to-back contests this season, going 5-7-1 ATS overall.

-- For the Sun, they put to bed a four-game losing streak of their own with a win at 
Indiana  (1-13) on Sunday. The 'under' has cashed in three in a row for Connecticut, and is 6-3 across their past nine outings.

-- The Fever continue to struggle in the win-loss category, but at least they've been respectable against the spread. Indiana is 6-4 ATS across the past 10 outings, with the 'under' going 4-1 over the past five. They'll get a chance at revenge on Wednesday in Connecticut.

-- Dallas  (6-6) had a three-game cover streak ended at home when  Seattle  (10-4) blew their doors off in the Metroplex by a 97-76 count. The Wings are a decent 3-2 ATS over their past five outings on the road, and that's where they'll be on Tuesday and Wednesday to start the new week.

Las Vegas  (5-10) got off to a bit of a slow start, going 1-7 SU. However, they're a respectable 4-3 SU/ATS across the past seven outings, including a 3-1 SU/ATS mark across their past four on the road. The Aces will look to get back on track with a victory against the Wings on Wednesday night.

Los Angeles  (10-3) continues to turn back most opponents at home, racking up four straight wins on their home floor while going 6-1 SU/5-1-1 ATS in seven games in SoCal. The 'under' has been the play for total bettors at the window, cashing in 8-2 over the past 10 contests.    

-- It was a solid start to the season for New York  (4-8), but they have hit the skids hard lately. The Liberty opened with covers in three of their first four, but they have managed to cover just once in the past six outings dating back to June 7. They have allowed at least 72 points in each of their 12 games this season, and the 'over' is 3-1 across their past four.

Phoenix  (10-5) has suffered two straight losses to follow an eight-game winning streak. They're also 0-2 ATS over the past two to follow their impressive 7-1 ATS run. They'll look to get back on track on the road against the Liberty, a team they beat 80-74 in the City back on June 5 to cover a 2 1/2-point spread.

Washington  (8-5) has posted a 3-1 SU/ATS record over the past four to follow up a three-game losing streak. The Mystics appear to be back on track, and the 'over' has hit in four of the past five, too. They'll look to keep it going Tuesday against the visiting Sun. They will also be looking to avenge an 88-64 beating on their home court against the Sun back on June 3. 

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