Las Vegas Aces favored in our 2023 WNBA Championship odds and picks

2024 WNBA Championship Odds: Aces Sit Pretty, Clark Boasts Indiana's Odds

The Las Vegas Aces are favorites to win the 2024 WNBA championship. The Aces have been the face of the league the past two seasons, becoming the first to hoist back-to-back trophies in two decades.

With the WNBA Draft around the corner, oddsmakers are suggesting some picks will make new teams contenders.

If you’ve never bet on WNBA basketball and want to be prepared for next season, be sure to check out our How To Bet WNBA guide to get you up to speed.

Who Is Favored To win the 2024 wNBA Championship?

Odds to Win the 2024 WNBA Championship
Las Vegas Aces+100
New York Liberty+250
Seattle Storm+1200
Connecticut Sun+1200
Dallas Wings+2000
Indiana Fever+2200
Phoenix Mercury+2200
Atlanta Dream+5000
Minnesota Lynx+5000
Chicago Sky+8000
Washington Mystics+8000
Los Angeles Sparks+8000

Odds as of April 10

2024 WNBA Champions Picks & Best Bets

las Vegas Aces (+100)

The Las Vegas Aces have been an absolute wagon, aiming for a three-peat this season. The Aces dropped a single matchup in the postseason and were barely threatened all year, finishing with a 34-6 record. 

It's a lethal lineup when you have to face A'ja Wilson (22.8 PPG), last season's finals MVP, Kelsey Plum (18.7 PPG), Jackie Young (17.6 PPG) and Chelsea Gray (15.3 PPG). 

The Aces don't know what it's like to trail. The bench is full of MVP candidates and continues to thrive as far as I'm concerned. 

New York Liberty (+250)

The Liberty are the only team which has proven they can touch the Aces, defeating them four times last year and making history picking up over 30 wins. 

New York stands on Breanna Stewart and Sabrina Ionescu.  Though both are in the free agency realm, it's assumed the ladies will return to finish what they've started. 

It's hard not to believe this WNBA season will continue to be a two-team race between the Liberty and Aces. 

WNBA Championship Value Pick: Indiana Fever (+2200)

Indiana's odds opened +3000 but with Caitlin Clark set to be projected first-overall, the Fever's chances have officially spiked.

The Iowa Hawkeyes guard, who just broke the all-time WNCAAB scoring record previously held by Kelsey Plum, will glide right onto the Fever bench.

It'll be the second-straight season Indiana will have the first-overall pick. Last year they snagged Aliyah Boston, last season's Rookie Of The Year. Boston playing alongside Clark, a generational talent currently averaging 32.4 PPG, is insane. The Iowa native, who also recorded a career-high 49-point night while shattering the college basketball record, will make an immediate impact. 

Last 10 WNBA Champions

WNBA Champions Of Last Decade
YearChampionSeries FinalRunner-Up
2023Las Vegas Aces3-1New York Liberty
2022Las Vegas Aces3-1Connecticut Sun
2021Chicago Sky3-1Phoenix Mercury
2020Seattle Storm3-0Las Vegas Aces
2019Washington Mystics3-2Connecticut Sun
2018Seattle Storm3-0Washington Mystics
2017Minnesota Lynx3-2Los Angeles Sparks
2016Los Angeles Sparks3-2Minnesota Lynx
2015Minnesota Lynx3-2Indiana Fever
2014Phoenix Mercury3-0Chicago Sky


Over 26 seasons, the Minnesota Lynx, Houston Comets, and Seattle Storm each have four championships to tie for the most in the league. Four other franchises have won the title multiple times: the Los Angeles Sparks (3), Phoenix Mercury (3), Dallas Wings (3) and Las Vegas Aces (2).

How To Read WNBA Championship Odds

At an online sportsbook that would list WNBA championship odds, they would look similar to this:

  • Las Vegas Aces -250
  • Chicago Sky +330
  • Connecticut Sun +500

The minus sign (-) indicates which team is the favorite. In this case, it’s the Las Vegas Aces at -250. Every other team that’s listed is considered an underdog.

If you believe the Aces will win the WNBA championship and you bet $100 and it happens, you would win $140 – your $100 is returned and you would gain $40 in profit.

Check out our Odds Calculator to see how much you’d win based on the odds and amount wagered.

WNBA Championship Odds FAQ

What Is The WNBA Playoff Format?

The postseason play was altered ahead of this last year's playoffs. Single elimination games were scratched and replaced by best-of-three first-round series, followed by best-of-fives in the semifinals and the championship series.

Who Won The 2022 WNBA Championship?

The Las Vegas Aces won the franchise's first WNBA championship over the Connecticut Sun. The series finished 3-1 in favor of the Aces.

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