DFS WNBA Playbook & Optimal Lineups: July 28
Steve Pimental provides the best DFS plays and optimal lineups for Friday's six-game WNBA slate.
We finally get our first six-game WNBA slate of the season Friday, and it should be a good one. As you would expect, there are a few more cheap options with six games on the docket, but not too many. Where we really notice a difference in the slate is with the top-priced players. Of the 11 players who cost $10,000 or more on DraftKings (not including Brittney Griner, who is out), the only players I would definitely stay away from are Jonquel Jones and Layshia Clarendon. There are a few players I like slightly better who I identify below, but overall, there are a lot of really good players who all have pretty solid matchups. Unless you feel even more strongly about Tina Charles or Sylvia Fowles than I do, I suggest you plug in the cheap players you like first and then go from there. If it turns out you have to play Candace Parker or Maya Moore instead of Nneka Ogwumike, you will probably be just fine.