DFS WNBA Playbook & Optimal Lineups: July 14
Steve Pimental provides the best DFS plays and optimal lineups for Friday's three-game WNBA slate.
Friday’s slate features just three games, and one thing you will notice as you scroll through the prices on both sites is how top-heavy the forward position is. There are some mid-priced forwards I like as well, but all of my lineups feature at least two stud forwards, so you should probably plan accordingly. That being said, I like four of the top forwards quite a bit, so they are a bit interchangeable in that regard.
The one guard who could give the top forwards a run for their money is Courtney Vandersloot, especially now that Cappie Pondexter has been ruled out for a third consecutive game. As much as I like Vandersloot, there are some value plays at guard I like a bit more, especially considering they should be less popular plays. Finally, I think Minnesota’s entire starting lineup is worth a look in this slate. The Lynx are the oldest team in the league and should benefit from five days off since a dreadful showing against the Mercury. Minnesota may not win this game, but...