Eight WNBA teams are in action Sunday, but the main slates on both sites are limited to the three games beginning at 4:00 pm ET. That is probably a good thing, because we are going to have our hands full monitoring injury news before the 4:00 and 6:00 games without trying to worry about the 1:00 game. Satou Sabally is listed as day-to-day, though I would be surprised if she returned from her ankle injury considering they said on Thursday’s broadcast that she wasn’t running yet. Allisha Gray missed her second straight game Friday after initially being listed as doubtful. It would be surprising if she returns Sunday but you’ll want to confirm her status before locking her Atlanta Dream teammates into your lineups.

Sophie CunninghamPHODAL820020.52620019.67
I like Cunningham on a number of levels, most notably that she has played at least 31 minutes and averaged 29.6 fantasy points in her last four games. Her minutes and usage should be safe with Diana Taurasi out, but she won't have to shoulder the entire offensive load with Brittney Griner back. Dallas is 11th in fantasy points allowed to guards and if Cunningham plays the three, she'll likely get a favorable matchup with Awak Kuier. Cunningham is your best bet if you want a way into the Phoenix offense.
Kahleah CopperCHISEA850027.85660026.60
You can pivot to Marina Mabrey if you need to, but Copper has been more consistent overall and she's been better against Seattle. Copper has averaged 34.2 fantasy points in three games against the Storm this season.
Jordan HorstonSEACHI720018.83540019.25
There are few things I enjoy less than chasing Seattle's latest flavor of the week. As soon as it looks like one of the rookies has established herself, Seattle flips its rotation again. That being said, Horston is averaging 27.6 minutes and 20.5 fantasy points in 11 starts. She continues to get more playing time despite shooting 23.1 percent from the field her last four games, and if she ever knocks down a shot, she could really explode for fantasy.
Sug SuttonPHODAL580017.3440016.39
I'm hoping that Sutton will reenter the starting lineup now that Brittney Griner is back. Sutton has averaged 22.6 fantasy points in seven starts this season, compared to Michaela Onyenwere's 18.9 fantasy points in her 20 starts. Sutton played 30 minutes off the bench Wednesday, mostly at Onyenwere's expense. Whoever gets the last starting spot will be playable for fantasy but Sutton is the better option, and I'll consider her even off the bench.
Arike OgunbowaleDALPHO1010035.39720034.22
All of the top-tier guards have question marks, but I think Ogunbowale's worry me less. I don't like the spacing with Awak Kuier at the three, but its probably not fair to completely blame that for Ogunbowale's struggles against Minnesota Thursday. Phoenix is ninth in fantasy points allowed to guards and Ogunbowale is averaging 38.1 fantasy points in three games against the Mercury. Perhaps most importantly, Ogunbowale is cheaper than Rhyne Howard on FanDuel.
Danielle RobinsonATLIND670014.49520014.27
Robinson has quietly stepped up in the absence of Rhyne Howard and then Allisha Gray. Robinson has averaged 26.0 fantasy points in 24.0 minutes over her last three games. If Gray is out again, Robinson should be a nice value play on both sites. 
WNBA DFS Forwards
Awak KuierDALPHO49007.0247007.48
I have no idea why Awak Kuier is playing 29 minutes for a team trying to win basketball games but that is a thing that happened this week. If she starts again for Satou Sabally, Kuier should be in most lineups. 
Monique BillingsATLIND550011.85380011.83
Billings got the start Friday and scored 24 fantasy points in 31 minutes. Billings is averaging 0.74 fppm so she should be relatively safe so long as Naz Hillmon doesn't take too many minutes.
Aliyah BostonINDATL1060032.88820033.77
Boston's price is essentially the same as it has been the last two weeks, especially on DraftKings, but with all of the elite forwards getting the night off, Boston finds herself as the best forward on the slate, especially if Satou Sabally is out. Boston has scored at least 32 fantasy points in eight of her last nine games, and she is averaging 39.8 fantasy points in three games against Atlanta. Atlanta has allowed the most fantasy points to forwards this season.
NaLyssa SmithINDATL930029.43740027.28
I don't trust Smith as much as I trust Boston, but she has played at least 32 minutes in each of her last two games, averaging 38.25 fantasy points. In two games against Atlanta Smith averaged 34.8 fantasy points in 27.5 minutes. Boston is definitely safer, but there is a good chance Smith provides similar numbers at a discount. 
Alanna SmithCHISEA870026.57680027.75
Smith is averaging 34.4 fantasy points in three games against Seattle and she has at least 26.5 fantasy points in six straight games. Smith looks like one of the few players of the future on this Sky roster, and her playing time should be safe even as Chicago tumbles out of playoff contention. 
DraftKings Core Plays
Top TierArike Ogunbowale$10,100
Aliyah Boston$10,600
Mid TierSophie Cunningham$8,200
NaLyssa Smith$9,300
Value TierAwak Kuier$4,900
FanDuel Core Plays
Top TierArike Ogunbowale$7,200
Aliyah Boston$8,200
Mid TierDanielle Robinson$5,200
Alanna Smith$6,800
Value TierSug Sutton$4,400
Monique Billings$3,800

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