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Los Angeles Sparks vs Dallas Wings Odds & Picks – WNBA June 14

Eric Rosales

by Eric Rosales in WNBA

Updated Jun 14, 2023 · 6:51 AM PDT

Nneka Ogwumike dribbling vs defender
May 27, 2023; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike (30) dribbles the ball against Las Vegas Aces forward/center Candace Parker (3) during the third quarter at Michelob Ultra Arena. Mandatory Credit: Lucas Peltier-USA TODAY Sports
  • The Dallas Wings are 4-point favorites vs the LA Sparks in Wednesday WNBA action
  • Dallas is a perfect 4-0 at home this season, while the Sparks have just a single road win
  • See below for the latest Sparks vs Wings picks, odds, analysis and best bet

Two teams jammed up in the middle of the pack in the WNBA collide when the Los Angeles Sparks (4-4, 1-3 away) visit the Dallas Wings (5-4, 4-0 home).

The 7th-seeded Sparks have just one road win on the season, and are coming off an ugly loss in Minnesota to a Lynx team that had just one win on the season.

Dallas, meanwhile, got thumped in New York by the Liberty, sending them to their fourth straight road loss. They return home looking to stay unbeaten on the season.

It all gets underway Wednesday (June 14) at 1pm ET from College Park Center in Arlington, TX. You can watch the game live on NBA TV.

Sparks vs Wings Odds

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Los Angeles Sparks +4 (-110) +150 Ov 166.5 (-110)
Dallas Wings -4 (-110) -175 Un 166.5 (-110)

The Wings enter the matchup as 4-point favorites, an implied win probability of 63.64%. This one features a total of 166.5.

Both teams lurk in the bottom-half of the latest WNBA Championship odds. Dallas sits in seventh at +4500 odds, with the Sparks in at ninth, at +6000.


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Odds as of June 14 from DraftKings Sportsbook.

Sparks Can’t Close Out Lynx

A three-pointer by Lexie Brown put LA in prime position to beat the Lynx, as it extended their lead to 11 points with three-and-a-half minutes to play in the game.

Instead, the Sparks could not hold off a Minnesota rally, watching the lead vanish with just over a minute left, as they scored just three points the rest of the way in a 91-86 loss.

LA wasted a standout performance from Nneka Ogwumike, who finished with 27 points, seven assists and eight boards while shooting a crisp 8-for-11 from the field.

Jordin Canada had 18 points, eight dimes, four rebounds and three steals, while Brown was the only other LA player to hit double figures, with 21 point and four assists.

The Sparks have allowed the most fast-break points per game this season (14.6), allowing a Minnesota side that is bottom five in points on the break to tag LA for 13.

Wings Clipped on Road Again

It’s safe to say Dallas is happy to be back in their cozy confines, after taking a 102-93 loss to the Liberty last time out.

It’s the worst defensive effort of the year for the Wings, who surrendered 100+ points for the first time all season.

Arike Ogunbowale led the way with 25 points, six rebounds and seven assists in a losing effort, though she missed 13 of her 20 field goal attempts.

In fact, three Wings starters missed at least 10 field goals in this one. Satou Sabally was 6-for-17 for 17 points and 11 rebounds, while Natasha Howard shot 5-for-17 for 14 points and seven rebounds.

As a team, Dallas shot 39% from the field, including a dismal 6-for-23 from distance, just a 26.1% clip. They are the W’s worst three-point shooting team, clocking in a 29.5%.

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Sparks vs Wings Betting Prediction

These are two of the top-5 scoring teams in the league this year, with Dallas putting up 86.3 per contest (2nd) and LA at 82.6 (5th).

Both of these teams are careful with the ball, ranking 1-2 in turnovers per contest.

The big disparity is on the glass, where Dallas leads the league in rebounding, and the Sparks are next-to-last.

Sparks vs Wings Head-to-Head Stats

Las Vegas Aces
Connecticut Sun
82.6 (5th) Points Per Game 86.3 (2nd)
42.4% (7th) Field Goal Percentage 39.9% (10th)
33.1% (6th) Three-Point Percentage 29.5% (12th)
32.4 (11th) Rebounds 38.4 (1st)
21.0 (3rd) Assists 17.8 (9th)
13.0 (2nd) Turnovers 12.8 (1st)
+0.8 (5th) +/- +1.3 (4th)

It’s the first of four regular-season meetings between the two teams this year, after splitting their 4-game set a year ago.

Dallas is averaging better than 88 points per game at home, and have a hefty plus-7.5 point differential at College Park Center. The Sparks’ offensive output dips to 78.3 on the road, with a minus-7.5 point differential.

Let’s bank of the trends continuing in this one.

  • The Pick: Wings -4 (-110)
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