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Tracking Collin’s year-long WNBA selections for the 2021 season

We’re leaning in hard on the WNBA this season. Trail our prognosticator all season long!

Sabrina Ionescu of the New York Liberty moves the ball against the Indiana Fever on May 16, 2021 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Photo by Pepper Robinson/NBAE via Getty Images

As the college sports editor around here, it’s a slow time over the summer. But that means more opportunities to dig deep on the WNBA all season long, and find all the value that is out there.

The W is not only a spot for great basketball, but a terrific spot for bettors as well. All you’ll really need is League Pass and a good stats account, and you should be able to find plenty of opportunities to get down some action. Remember the limits are a bit smaller for the WNBA from plenty of bookmakers, but you’ll still be able to get down plenty of action when needed.

We’ll be tracking one man’s selections against the spread and total all season long. All selections are for equal units unless noted later. We’ll also add links from Twitter with timestamps for anything not put in an article (we missed that for May 16 sorry).

Collin’s 2021 WNBA picks: Current record 7-5-1

May 14

New York +2.5 vs. Indiana WIN
Connecticut -3 at Atlanta WIN

Halftime: Connecticut +0.5 at Atlanta WIN

May 16

New York +5.5 at Indiana WIN

May 18

Phoenix -2.5 at Washington WIN
Seattle PK vs. Las Vegas LOSS
Seattle-Las Vegas Under 167.5 LOSS

Halftime: Minnesota-New York Over 79 LOSS

May 20

Seattle -4.5 at Minnesota WIN

May 21

New York +2.5 vs. Washington LOSS
New York-Washington Over 158 WIN
Phoenix -3 vs. Connecticut LOSS

May 26

Las Vegas -6 over Phoenix PUSH

May 28

Chicago -4 over Los Angeles

No Candace Parker, Allie Quigley, or Stefanie Dolson for the Sky. And it doesn’t matter: LA is a special kind of terrible. Los Angeles is first in pace at 90.5 possessions per game, and dead last in scoring at 76.9 points per 100. So they go really fast to not score. They’ve also conceded 106.1 points per 100 in two games to Dallas and Las Vegas so far.

Chicago certainly isn’t as good as Las Vegas, but they’re better than four at home. And Parker calling out all of Derek Fisher’s plays from the bench won’t hurt either.

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