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Minnesota Lynx vs Chicago Sky – Breakdown and Prediction

Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports/Sipa USA

Minnesota Lynx vs Chicago Sky: Both teams are coming off a loss

The Minnesota Lynx are big favorites today when they visit the Chicago Sky at Wintrust Arena.


The Lynx have a promising season

The Minnesota Lynx are on top of the Western Conference with a 13-4 record, including 4-3 on the road. After winning seven consecutive games, the Lynx lost 94-88 against the Dallas Wings. The Lynx are the best three-point shooting team in the league with 40.5% from deep and are ranked second with 45.6% shooting from the field and third, averaging 85.2 points per game. Napheesa Collier leads the Lynx with 21.4 points and 10.4 rebounds per game.


The Sky are pushing hard

The Chicago Sky are fourth in the Eastern Conference with a 6-10 record, including 3-6 at home. After winning back-to-back games against Dallas and Indiana, they lost 95-83 to the Las Vegas Aces. Chicago is the eighth in the league scoring 80.1 points per game on 42.7% shooting from the field. Marina Mabrey is the best player on the team averaging 14.9 points per game while Chennedy Carter averages 14.7.


Betting Trends

The Sky have put together a 6-10-0 ATS record so far this year. Chicago has covered the spread once when an underdog by 6.5 points or more this season. The Sky and their opponents have combined to go over the point total nine out of 16 times this season. The Sky have a -26 scoring differential, falling short by 1.7 points per game. They’re putting up 80.1 points per game, eighth in the league, and are giving up 81.8 per outing to rank sixth in the WNBA. The Lynx have compiled a 12-5-0 record against the spread this season. Minnesota is 4-3 ATS this season when playing as at least 6.5-point favorites. Lynx games have gone over the point total seven out of 17 times this season.


Prediction and Conclusion

The Minnesota Lynx are having an excellent season and are one win away from having the best record in the league. They beat the Liberty to win the Commissioner’s Cup but failed to beat the struggling Dallas Wings in the last one. The Chicago Sky have shown a glimpse of their talent this week and can be competitive against anybody, especially when they play at home. The Sky won the last game against the Lynx in Chicago and will cover the +7.5-point spread tonight.

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