Sunday is the last day of the WNBA regular season, and all 12 teams are on the DFS slate. Of those 12 teams, only the Sparks and Fever have been eliminated from the playoffs. The Sun, Storm, Mystics, and Wings are all locked into their playoff positions. It would stand to reason that they would rest some of their veterans, or at least play fewer minutes, but we will have to keep an eye out for news prior to tip-off. The Mercury, Liberty, Lynx, and Dream are all alive for the final two playoff spots, and they will presumably go all out to try to make the playoffs. The most interesting teams could be the Aces and Sky, battling for the first seed. Could they decide that rest is more important than the top seed? Will they be quicker to pull their starters in the fourth quarter if it looks like the game is out of hand? All of these things could be a factor in the final DFS slate of the season.

Lexie HullINDWAS65007.4###7.50
Hull struggled against Atlanta Friday but I still like her price and her upside, having averaged 26 fantasy points in her previous two games. I'll like her even better if Washington rests some or all of its starters, but she is playable regardless. 
Diamond DeShieldsPHOCHI810023.83###23.58
I think it is basically impossible to predict who will lead Phoenix in any given game, so I will simply pick the cheapest option. DeShields has played at least 32 minutes in three straight games, averaging 34.4 fantasy points in that span. 
Sabrina IonescuNYATL####39.08###37.01
With Skylar Diggins-Smith out, Sabrina Ionescu is the best guard on the slate by far. She has averaged 7.6 more fantasy points at home this season, and 44.5 fantasy points in three games agianst Atlanta. In this must-win game, the sky is the limit for her fantasy production. 
Betnijah LaneyNYATL700020.84###19.24
Laney played 26 minutes Friday in her first start in nearly three months, scoring 27.25 fantasy points. It appears she has shaken the rust off after her knee injury, and she could play even more minutes in a must-win game for New York. Laney averaged 34.0 minutes and 23.8 fantasy points before the injury and if she gets close to those numbers she will be a very nice value. 
Shey PeddyPHOCHI980023.85###23.99
Peddy has been Phoenix's best guard for fantasy over the last three games, averaging 40 FD fantasy points. I don't know why she is so much cheaper than Sophie Cunningham on that site, and I think I prefer Peddy to Cunninham on DK as well. 
Chennedy CarterLADAL450014.94###14.91
This is a bit of a stab in the dark. Carter hasn't reached 17 fantasy points in any of her last three games, but she did play 21 minutes Friday. With the Sparks eliminated from the playoffs, they have no reason not to play Carter at least 20 minutes Sunday. She is averaging 0.91 fantasy points per minute and if she breaks out of her shooting slump, she could be a great value play.
Jennie SimmsPHOCHI56007.53###7.48
Simms is basically a cheaper version of Lexie Hull. Simms has played at least 28 minutes in three straight games, topping 20 fantasy points in two of those. She isn't really safe, but I would still consider her for cash games because she is so cheap.
Elizabeth WilliamsWASIND500013.36###13.99
With Myisha Hines-Allen in health and safety protocols Friday, Elizabeth Williams played 17+ minutes and scored 20.5 fantasy points for the second time in three games. Hines-Allen will almost certainly remain out Sunday, making Williams a strong value play yet again. If Elena Delle Donne is rested, Williams would be a must-play. 
Emma CannonINDWAS650012.3###12.26
Cannon has been great of late, playing at least 26 minutes in three straight games while averaging 30.8 fantasy points. Cannon is safer if Queen Egbo is out but I'm probably playing her regardless, especially on DraftKings.
A'ja WilsonLVSEA####41.67###42.17
The Aces would clinch the number one seed with a win, and Wilson should get plenty of minutes again with Dearica Hamby out. In three games against Seattle this season, Wilson has averaged 46.3 fantasy points. 
Jasmine WalkerLADAL37003.76###3.58
The Ogwumike sisters are both questionable, and someone is going to have to get points and rebounds if they are out. Walker and Olivia Nelson-Ododa have both been underwhelming lately despite solid minutes, but I'm willing to take a shot if they are the only active post players.
Tianna HawkinsWASIND41009.43###8.92
Washington is locked into the 5th seed, and I cannot imagine they will play Elena Delle Donne much, if at all. With Myisha Hines-Allen likely also out, Hawkins has a chance to play 20+ minutes for just the second time all season, when she scored 22.75 fantasy points against Atlanta.
Candace ParkerCHIPHO####35.79###34.19
The Sky need a win to have a chance at the number one seed, and Parker has done her part of late, averaging 40.8 fantasy points in her last three games.
Emily EngstlerINDWAS570017.17###17.91
Engstler played 25 minutes with Queen Egbo out Friday, scoring 33.25 fantasy points. She almost certainly won't do that again but if Egbo is out Engstler should be a top value play, especially on FanDuel.
Draftkings Core Plays
Top TierSabrina Ionescu$11,100
Candace Parker$9,300
Mid TierLexie Hull$6,500
Emma Cannon$6,500
Value TierJasmine Walker$3,700
Chennedy Carter$4,500
Fanduel Core Plays
Top TierShey Peddy$7,000
A'ja Wilson$9,000
Mid TierEmma Cannon$5,300
Diamond DeShields$5,000
Value TierBetnijah Laney$4,300
Elizabeth Williams$4,000

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