One, the overtime thriller between the Seattle Storm and the Las Vegas Aces was played Sunday. It was the league’s top franchise. Seattle led by nine points at the end of the first and third quarters, but couldn’t overcome the Aces. Las Vegas won 95-92 in overtime, despite shooting 54.5% behind the 3-point line.
Jonquel Jones from Connecticut, one of the most prominent players in the league, returned to play after completing her international obligations with Bosnia. After Diana Taurasi, who missed nine games due to a fracturedsternum, the Mercury got their star player back.
The Indiana Fever finally reached a new low when it waived Lauren Cox, a former Baylor standout who was selected third in the 2020 WNBA draft. We can all admit that waiving a first round pick after only 25 career games isn’t exactly player development.
With 11 consecutive losses, the Fever are now at 1-15. One thing is clear about Cox’s departure: Indiana’s problems don’t lie on the court. They also have issues in the front office.
But enough about Fever. Talking about their ineptitude is exhausting enough. We must conserve our energy because there are three games on Wednesday that need attention.
WNBA Betting Odds
Predicting who will win the 2020 championship is the most popular bet among WNBA fans. The WNBA Vegas odds will most likely show the Washington Mystics as being the most favorite to win the championship.
These numbers will change as the season progresses. You never know, a team might surprise everyone and be a major contender in the end. There is so much talent in the league that you shouldn’t underestimate anyone.
Which WNBA franchise holds the most championships?
The Houston Comets are the most successful WNBA team in history. They have won four titles, the first four championships in the existence of the league. The team was eventually disbanded by the WNBA in 2008, however.
The Comets are not the only ones who have won it all, but the Minnesota Lynx has also won four WNBA championships. These two teams are at the top of the league, while the Los Angeles Sparks and Detroit Shock, Phoenix Mercury, Seattle Storm, and Phoenix Mercury have won it all three times.
In the 2018 season, the Storm won the WNBA’s most recent title. They defeated Washington 3-0 in Finals. In recent years, Seattle has been led by the incredible play of Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart. Here is the complete list of all-time WNBA champions, with brackets showing the total titles won by each team.
The 2019 WNBA championship was won by The Washington Mystics. In a game that ended 89-78, Emma Meesseman was named MVP. Meesseman displayed a remarkable performance with 22 points, 3 boards and 4 assists.Last Updated on October 12, 2021