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WNBA Player Props Today – 6/13/24 DraftKings Pick6

WNBA Draftkings Pick6
June 13, 2024 7:00 pm EDT

The WNBA season continues on Thursday at 7:00 PM ET with three games taking place and there is value all across the board with the WNBA player Props Draftkings Pick6. 

Before we look at who should be in your Pick6 lineup, let’s go over a reminder about how the contest works. 

The goal for participants is to make more correct picks than the other participants in each contest. Winning entries receive a share of the available prizes. In Pick6, participants can build lineups of between 2 and 6 players and compete against participants with the same lineup size. The more picks you include in a lineup, the higher a payout could be.

Caitlin Clark Under 17.5 Points

Caitlin Clark has been inconsistent heading into this game, and this will be one of the games she struggles with for the Indiana Fever. In three of the last four games, Clark has scored 11 points or fewer. In the last game against the Connecticut Sun, she played 22 minutes and finished with 10 points. Clark might go over the 10-point mark, but she won’t go over the 15-point mark here. Clark will finish under 17.5 points. 

Allisha Gray Under 1.5 Three-Pointers Made

Atlanta Dream guard Allisha Gray isn’t going to be lighting it up from deep. In three of the last four games, Gray has finished with one or less three-pointers made. In the last game against the Washington Mystics, Gray finished with nine points and hit only one of his four three-pointers made. 

Tina Charles Over 12.5 Points

Atlanta Dream standout Tina Charles is going to have a huge game here. This Indiana defense has been a major problem all season, and they are going to really struggle here to defend. Two games ago against the Chicago Sky, Charles put up 22 points while shooting 6 for 11 from the field. Charles is going to have a huge game. 

Tearia McCowan Over 11.5 Points

Tearia McCowan is going to have a huge game for the Dallas Wings. McCowan in the last game put up 20 points, nine rebounds, and four assists. The Seattle Storm’s defense is going to struggle to slow down McCowan and that will be the difference here. Back McCowan to finish over 12 points.


Shane Mickle

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