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WNBA Player Props Today – 6/8/24 DraftKings Pick6




WNBA Draftkings Pick6
June 8, 2024 5:00 pm EDT

The WNBA season continues on Saturday at 5:00 PM ET with the Atlanta Dream and Chicago Sky taking place with this slate 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.

Angel Reese Under 1.5 Steals

Chicago Sky forward Angel Reese is going to finish under 1.5 steals here. Reese is coming off a Game where she finished with five steals, but in the previous two Games she finished with one steal total. Two Games ago against the New York Liberty, Reese finished with 13 points, 10 rebounds, one assist, and zero steals. Reese is going to max out at one steal and the under is going to cash. 

Tina Charles Under 11.5 Points

Atlanta Dream center Tina Charles isn’t going to have the best Game here, and that is going to be the difference here. In the last Game against the Liberty, Charles played 19 minutes and finished with only five points. Two Games ago she finished with 12 points, but she won’t get that high here. Charles will finish with nine or ten points and the under will cash. 

Allisha Gray Under 1.5 3-Pointers Made

Dream point guard Allisha Gray is going to finish under 1.5 three-pointers made. Gray has been struggling to hit shots from deep and that is going to be the case again here. In the last game she went 0-6 from deep and two games ago she went 1-3 from depe. Gray is going to struggle here, and the under is going to cash. 

Marina Mabrey over 15.5 Points

Marina Mabrey is going to really struggle here, and that is going to be the difference here. The Dream’s defense has been inconsistent at best and she’s going to be blown up here. Mabrey has proven she can light up the scoreboard, and she will finish with at least 18 points here. Back Mabrey over 15.5 points.