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  • The 2020 WNBA season will kick off in July at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida
  • See how championship odds change throughout the summer for each team in the league 
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We’ve been tracking the WNBA championship odds for all 12 teams since they became available and have included the info below. The graphs on this page are generated by calculating the average from many of our most trusted sportsbooks.

2020 WNBA Championship Odds

  • [August 14] The Storm are the darlings of the Wubble with their 8-1 record, and their average odds continue getting shorter – now at a price of +183 to win the WNBA title
  • [August 4] Seattle remains favorites after their expected strong start to the season in the “Wubble”, while the Sky have shortened to +1100 on average while also starting the campaign at 3-1
  • [July 21] The Storm are definitely a team to watch as the WNBA season tips off later this week, as their average odds continue shortening to win the title, now at a price of +433
  • [July 8] Despite star Liz Cambage opting out of playing this season at IMG, the Aces are still among top favorites to win the 2020 title at average odds of +370
  • [June 15] As the WNBA announced their plan for a return to play at IMG Academy in Florida for a “bubble” site – the Mystics remain the favorite at +300 to capture the title
  • [April 28] The Washington Mystics have surged to average favorite at +288 in the weeks following the draft, as news on the season’s opening awaits amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
  • [April 14] With the Draft taking place on Friday, the Liberty present some value as they are expected to take Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu #1 overall to form an All-Star back court with Kia Nurse
  • [March 17] Buoyed by the signings of Angel McCoughtry & Kristi Toliver, respectively, the Aces & Sparks have opened as +350 favorites to win the title this season

2020 WNBA Championship Odds

Team Odds
Seattle Storm +190
Las Vegas Aces +440
Los Angeles Sparks +480
Phoenix Mercury +900
Washington Mystics +1000
Chicago Sky +1100
Minnesota Lynx +1100
Connecticut Sun +1400
Indiana Fever +4600
Dallas Wings +5500
New York Liberty +6500
Atlanta Dream +8000

Odds taken August 14th

The best way of predicting the future is to look back at the past. Here are some interesting trends to consider before making a wager:

  • Western Conference teams have won nine of the last 11 WNBA championships
  • Only four Eastern Conference teams have won the WNBA Championship since 1997
  • The no. 1 seed has reached the WNBA Finals in each of the last four years, winning three times
  • Only once has a team with a sub-500 record reached the WNBA Finals

Eastern Conference

It’s a two horse race between the Sun and Mystics at the top, but the Liberty could see their odds improve following the draft in which they have the #1 overall pick

Western Conference

The Phoenix Mercury present an attractive bet at after acquiring Skylar Diggins-Smith from the Dallas Wings in the offseason

Past WNBA Champions

Year Team
2019 Washington Mystics
2018 Seattle Storm
2017 Minnesota Lynx
2016 Los Angeles Sparks
2015 Minnesota Lynx
2014 Phoenix Mercury
2013 Minnesota Lynx
2012 Indiana Fever
2011 Minnesota Lynx
2010 Seattle Storm

The Mystics won their first title in franchise history last season, and will look to repeat after an offseason of wild movement among some of the league’s top players.

WNBA Teams That Have Never Won a Championship

Team Year Established
New York Liberty 1997
Las Vegas Aces 1997
Connecticut Sun 1999
Chicago Sky 2006
Atlanta Dream 2008

Will 2019 be the year the Liberty finally win their first WNBA championship? New York came tantalizingly close during the league’s early days, reaching the WNBA Finals in four of their first five seasons.


Archived WNBA Championship odds: 2019