Of the three games in Saturday’s WNBA DFS slate, two are rematches from Thursday. Chicago will look to continue its win streak when Candace Parker plays, while Connecticut is still searching for answers with Jonquel Jones away for EuroBasket. In the other rematch, Dallas will try to avenge its loss to Minnesota. Minnesota's bigs were too much for Dallas in that game, and that will likely be the case again Saturday.

The Fever still refuse to play their young players even as the losses mount, but the veterans have a good chance of pulling out a win as Washington will be without Myisha Hines-Allen and Erica McCall for a second straight game.

Kaila CharlesCONCHI50009.8848009.66
Charles has scored at least 21 fantasy points in each of her last two games, and if she starts again, she is pretty much a must-play. She probably won't continue to shoot 55 percent from the field for long, and she could lose playing time to Natisha Hiedeman and/or DiJonai Carrington, but Charles is averaging 0.74 fppm this season and she is a good bet for 20+ minutes.
Kelsey MitchellINDWAS850024.43620023.72
Mitchell has played atleast 31 minutes in five straight games, averaging 29.1 fantasy points. Washington is 10th in fantasy points allowed to guards and Mitchell has done a better job of late of contributing in other areas when her shot isn't falling.
Kahleah CopperCHICON810024.96600024.62
Copper has quietly been super consistent for the Sky, scoring at least 22.5 fantasy points in six consecutive games. Connecticut's roster is awfully thin right now and they don't really have anyone to protect the rim. Copper looks like one of the safest plays on the slate.
Allisha GrayDALMIN680021.21510021.94
As we suspected, Gray bounced back against Minnesota on Thursday despite coming off the bench. Gray had 20.75 fantasy poitns in 25 minutes despite shooting 4-13 from the field. This is the cheapest Gray has been all season, and I expect her to knock down shots sooner than later.
Courtney VanderslootCHICON1010033.56770033.34
Vandersloot has been very good even with Candace Parker back, scoring at least 39 fantasy points in three of her last four games. All of the top guards are risky, but Vandersloot has an excellent chance of repeating her production from Thursday.
Natisha HiedemanCONCHI610019.56400019.65
Hiedeman scored 13 points on 5-6 shooting and was the only Sun player who didn't have a negative +/- against Chicago Thursday. I don't understand why she only played 15 minutes. I can't promise that she will shoot that well again, or that she will go back to playing 20+ minutes per game. That being said, she has scored 24+ fantasy points in three of her last 10 games, and nobody would be shocked if she did that again Saturday.
Tina CharlesWASIND1100040.25850039.08
Charles has slowed down a bit after a fantastic start, but between the matchup and Myisha Hines-Allen's injury, she is a must-play for cash games. Charles had at least 40 fantasy points in both games against Indiana last month and she will almost certainly play 30+ minutes if this game is reasonably close. 
Theresa PlaisanceWASIND750015.32500015.82
Plaisance is shooting 55.5 percent on threes over her last three games, and that cannot last forever. That being said, she is averaging 1.33 fppm in that span and she will almost certainly play 25+ minutes with Myisha Hines-Allen, Erica McCall and Elena Delle Donne all out. 
Teaira McCowanINDWAS910027.46610027.41
McCowan scored 35.5 fantasy points against Washington in Myisha Hines-Allen's first game back, when she only played 15 minutes. Hines-Allen played 31 minutes two days later and McCowan finished with 15.5 fantasy points. It will likely be a long, long time before I trust McCowan again for fantasy, but this should be a good matchup against an incredibly thin Washington frontcourt. 
Jessica BrelandINDWAS880024.38680024.77
Breland is averaging 31.9 fppg in her last four games, which came against Chicago and Seattle. This should be a much better matchup, especially if Theresa Plaisance defends Breland. She isn't exactly cheap but she would still be a nice value if she matches her recent production.
Candace ParkerCHICON960032.9810031.08
Parker has scored at least 30.25 fantasy points in three straight games, including Thursday against Connecticut. If you take out her first game back from her ankle injury, when she shot 1-9 in 18 minutes, Parker is averaging 37.6 fppg. We are getting a nice discount on DraftKings for that kind of production. 
Bella AlarieDALMIN49009.0737009.81
Alarie has scored at least 15 fantasy points in three of her last four games, including Thursday against Minnesota. She's not likely to play a ton of minutes or score a bunch of points, but she is a solid low-price cash play. It doesn't hurt that she is eligible at guard on FanDuel as well. 
Draftkings Core Plays
Top TierCourtney Vandersloot $10,100
Candace Parker$9,600
Mid TierKelsey Mitchell$8,500
Theresa Plaisance$7,500
Value TierKaila Charles$5,000
Bella Alarie$4,900
Fanduel Core Plays
Top TierCourtney Vandersloot$7,700
Tina Charles$8,500
Mid TierAllisha Gray$5,100
Teaira McCowan$6,100
Value TierNatisha Hiedeman$4,000