Dallas Wings vs. Seattle Storm: Betting Odds

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Dallas Wings vs. Seattle Storm: Betting Odds

The Dallas Wings vs Seattle Storm game is tonight. Here, you will find the WNBA betting odds, stats, and predictions for Wednesday, August 2nd.

There is one game on the WNBA Slate tonight, the Dallas Wings (14-11, 5-8 Away) vs. Seattle Storm (6-19, 2-11 Home). The series between these two teams are split 1-1, in which the Storm defeated the Wings, 109-103, on June 17th. Dallas is a -6.5 favorite on the road, and the total is currently at 167.5 points. In this article, I will break down the WNBA Betting odds, stats, trends, and predictions. The matchup will begin at 10:30 PM EST, at Climate Pledge Arena, located in Seattle, Washington. If you’re looking to watch and bet on the game, it will air on CBSSN. If you are looking for the best betting odds, stats and analysis, here is information to know.

WNBA Betting: Dallas Wings vs. Seattle Storm Odds

Odds courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook

Dallas Wings Betting Trends

  • Dallas Wings: 3-2 in their last 5 games.
  • 7-3 in their last 10 games.
  • ATS Record: 12-12-1
  • O/U Record: 12-13-0
  • 3-2 ATS in their last 5 games.
  • 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games.
  • O/U is 4-1 in the last 5 games.
  • O/U is 5-5 in the last 10 games.
  • 3rd in Offensive Rating (105.2)
  • 5th in Defensive Rating (100.8)
  • 3rd in Points Per Game (86.2)
  • Opponent Points Per Game 82.6 (6th)
  • Dallas ATS won last 10 games:  Washington (-6.5), Las Vegas (+12, +9.5), Minnesota (-2.5), New York (+7.5), Los Angeles (-8), Washington (-9).

Seattle Storm Betting Trends

  • Seattle Storm: 4-1 in their last 5 games.
  • 2-10 in their last 10 games.
  • ATS Record: 14-10-1
  • O/U Record: 12-13-0
  • 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games.
  • 6-4 ATS in their last 10 games.
  • O/U is 0-3 in the last 5 games.
  • O/U is 3-10 in the last 10 games.
  • 11th in Offensive Rating (96.5)
  • 9th in Defensive Rating (103.8)
  • 10th in Points Per Game (78.7)
  • Opponent Points Per Game 84.7 (9th)
  • Seattle ATS won last 10 games:  New York (+15.5), Atlanta (+14.5), Las Vegas (+16.5), Chicago (+4.5), Indiana (+4).

Head-to-head stats: Wings vs. Storm

Season Matchups:
Game 1: Wings 95, Storm 91 (Seattle +4.5, Over 160.5 points (186)
Game 2: Storm 109, Wings 103 (Seattle +8.5, Over 164.5 points (212)

  • Seattle is 2-0 ATS vs. Wings
  • Game Points (AVG) last 10 matchups: 170
  • Wings average points vs. Storm last 10 games: 82
  • Storm average points vs Wings last 10 games: 88
  • Wings average points last 10 games: 90
  • Storm average points last 10 games: 76


Dallas Wings

  • Lou Lopez Senechal, Guard: OUT (Knee)
  • Diamond DeShields, Guard: OUT (Knee)

Seattle Storm

  • None

Dallas Wings: -6.5 (-114)

The Dallas Wings have the fourth best overall record in the WNBA and had a five-game win streak in the month of July. Dallas is averaging over 90 points the last ten games, and rank third in points per game and offensive rating. The Wings are first in the league in rebounds per game (39.9), and the Seattle Storm allow a league high 36.2 rebounds per game.

The series matchup between the Dallas Wings and the Seattle storm is split, 1-1. The Storm covered both games, including a +4.5-, and +8.5-point spread. In Seattle’s win against Dallas, on June 17th, Storm guard Jewell Loyd had 39 points, which is second most in the history of the franchise.

The Dallas Wings, one of the hottest teams in July, recently got Teaira McCowan back from Euro ball. McCowan was not present for the first two games, and is averaging 12.9 points and 9.3 rebounds in 15 games. The Wings Center averages 1.2 blocks and is shooting 57 percent from the field this year.

Dallas is 3-2 in their last five, and 7-3 in their last ten games. This squad, led by Head Coach Latricia Tramell, has impressive wins this month over New York, and Las Vegas. Their largest marginal win came over the Washington Mystics, 90-62. The Seattle Storm went on a ten-game skid, however recently won two games in a row.

Dallas Wings Money Line (-300)

Seattle is playing well, recently taking a game against the Liberty, and kept up with Dallas the first two games. The Wings will have the addition of McCowan, which gives them more defense, and size. Seattle is only averaging 76 points compared to the Wings 90 the past ten games. Dallas was the second-best team in July and has the third best offense in the league.

These two teams haven’t matched up since June 17th, and Dallas is top five in defensive rating. They play big, will be a force in the paint, and mostly likely will make Seattle work for points. Being one of the best teams in the paint, Dallas will have a starting lineup of McCowan, Satou Sabally, and Natasha Howard, who are all six foot two and up. With the way the Dallas Wings have played as of recent, I expect them to take this game outright, over the Seattle Storm.

Arike Ogunbowale O 20.5 PTS (-113)

Dallas Wings Guard, Arike Ogunbowale is averaging 21.6 points in 25 games this season. Ogunbowale hit over 20.5 points in three straight games in July, and in five total games. Arike put up 41 points against the Seattle Storm on June 17th, and 26 points in their first matchup, on May 26th.

In her fifth season with Dallas, the guard is averaging a career-high in minutes (37.3), and field goal attempts. Arike is playing high volume minutes, including 40 against the Aces, on Sunday, and averages 18.3 field goal attempts per game.

The Seattle Storm rank 9th in defensive efficiency and allow opponents to score 84.7 points per game. The Storm rank last in opponent field goal percentage (45.8). Noell Quinns squad ranks 11th in opponent points in the paint (38.8).

Since the All-Star break, Ogunbowale hit this prop three times, against both Connecticut and New York.

Natasha Howard O 7.5 REB (-130)

Natasha Howard, Dallas Wings forward, is averaging 8.3 rebounds in 25 games this season. Standing at six foot two, the forward hit over 7.5 rebounds in two straight games, and seven games in July. Even with the addition of McCowan, Howard has been a defensive force in the paint for the Dallas Wings.

In two games against Seattle this year, Howard grabbed 10 and 9 boards. In July Howard notably had 14 rebounds against Minnesota, 11 and 13 against Las Vegas. Dallas is the best rebounding team in the league at 39.9 per game and allow the least per game (32). The Seattle Storm rank 7th in rebounding (33.9) and allow a league high 36.2 boards per game.

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Sara Jane Gamelli is a full-time Sportswriter at BallisLife, and Sports Content Creator on Twitch. She has a focus on the NBA, WNBA, NCAA Basketball, and the NFL. Sara Jane currently resides in Connecticut with her Cat and Dog. She is a Boston Celtics, New York Liberty, Boston Bruins, New York Yankees, and New York Giants fan. SJ has her undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut in Economics.


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