2023 WNBA Win Totals: Aces, Liberty Expected to Pace League
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2023 WNBA Win Totals
|Las Vegas Aces||30.5 (-113)||30.5 (-113)|
|New York Liberty||30.5 (-113)||30.5 (-113)|
|Washington Mystics||24.5 (-120)||24.5 (-106)|
|Connecticut Sun||22.5 (+102)||22.5 (-136)|
|Phoenix Mercury||21.5 (-113)||21.5 (-113)|
|Dallas Wings||19.5 (-125)||19.5 (-102)|
|Atlanta Dream||19.5 (-106)||19.5 (-120)|
|Minnesota Lynx||17.5 (+108)||17.5 (-138)|
|Chicago Sky||16.5 (-113)||16.5 (-113)|
|Los Angeles Sparks||16.5 (-113)||16.5 (-113)|
|Seattle Storm||12.5 (-125)||12 (-102)|
|Indiana Fever||10.5 (-113)||10.5 (-113)|
|Win total odds as of May 11 via FanDuel.|
After capturing the WNBA title in 2022, the Las Vegas Aces are once again expected to pace the league in 2023.
The Aces — along with the New York Liberty — own the league’s highest win total mark at 30.5, according to odds from FanDuel.
Following the Aces and Liberty are the Washington Mystics (24.5), Connecticut Sun, Phoenix Mercury (21.5), Dallas Wings (19.5) and Atlanta Dream (19.5).
With 2022 MVP and Defensive Player of the Year A’ja Wilson returning alongside leading scorer Kelsey Plum, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Las Vegas is expected to be one of the best teams in the league.
What is a bit eye-catching, though, is the Liberty being listed right alongside the Aces at 30.5 wins. New York finished last season with a 16-20 regular-season record and was bounced in the first round of the playoffs by the Chicago Sky.
But that was last year. The Liberty emerged as the clear winners of free agency, signing three stars in Jonquel Jones, Breanna Stewart and Courtney Vandersloot to pair alongside Sabrina Ionescu.
On the other end of the spectrum are the Indiana Fever (10.5) and Seattle Storm (12.5).
The Fever finished last season in the cellar and are hoping to bounce back after drafting South Carolina star Aliyah Boston with the first overall pick in the 2023 WNBA Draft.
The Storm, meanwhile, find themselves in a precarious position after finishing fourth in the league standings in 2022. They saw Stewart leave for New York without getting anything back in return, and they don’t have a true point guard on the roster following the retirement of Sue Bird.
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