Can The Chicago Sky Catch Up To The Aces WNBA Finals Odds?

Chicago Sky Near Aces WNBA Championship Odds




Chicago Sky

The Las Vegas Aces are favored to win the WNBA Finals with +180 odds.
The Chicago Sky have +190 WNBA Championship odds.

CHICAGO – In recent days, the Chicago Sky have asserted themselves for one last push to take over the WNBA Championship odds on the Las Vegas Aces.

The Sky had +240 odds one month ago but only lost two games in that span, giving them the best record in the league at 23-8 – one game ahead of the Aces. In the 12 games that they’ve played since July 1, they’ve put up 89+ points in seven of those outings.

The Aces have held their ground as the best team in the league on paper for the last month. With +150 WNBA odds in the beginning of July, they are also the highest scoring team (90.1 ppg) ahead of the Sky by five points.

WNBA Championship Odds 2022

Las Vegas Aces +180
Chicago Sky +190
Connecticut Sun +430
Seattle Storm +450
Washington Mystics +900
Dallas Wings +5000
Phoenix Mercury +10000
Los Angeles Sparks +10000
Atlanta Dream +10000
Minnesota Lynx +10000
New York Liberty +20000

Aside from the Sky scoring statistic, they are sitting in the top-5 in six of the nine tracked WNBA team stats. First in assists (23.9), second in blocks (4.4), first in field goal percentage (47.7), second in free throw percentage (82.2), they are also fifth in rebounding (35.6).

The WNBA Playoffs are just under one month away and this is the closest any team has gotten to the Ace’s WNBA sports betting odds throughout the regular season.

The two teams have faced off twice this year, splitting the series with both finishing within a single-digit margin. In general, a bet on either side would be considered a safe bet to make at this point in the season.

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Samuel has been writing professionally for 4 years. He comes from a sports writing background where he enjoys writing mostly about basketball and football both professional and collegiate. He is a recent graduate of Florida State University where he majored in Editing, Writing and Media with a minor in Communications. During his free time, you can find him watching or playing sports as well as playing videogames and listening to music.



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Author: Jeffrey Fisher