The WNBA season is officially in the books after the Las Vegas Aces downed the Connecticut Sun in four games.
The Aces won their first title in franchise history with a 78-71 victory in Game 4 of the Finals. Vegas entered the series as the betting favorite and rebounded after Connecticut demolished the Aces 105-76 in Game 3.
Chelsea Gray was named playoff MVP after averaging 21.7 points on 61.1% shooting in the postseason.
The WNBA will expand to 40 regular season games in 2023, and we will look ahead to championship odds when they become available.
2023 WNBA championship odds
Odds not yet available for 2023 WNBA championship. This section will be updated when they are made available with additional analysis surrounding the betting favorites.
Understanding WNBA championship odds
Sportsbooks will post odds for the WNBA Finals as early as late January. These odds are constantly adjusted throughout the offseason as players get injured or are traded. Once the regular season begins (usually in May), title odds will change daily as teams win and lose games and more roster changes occur. Sportsbooks will also adjust the WNBA odds based on handle and liability to certain teams.
WNBA Championship odds will usually look like this:
- Phoenix Mercury +300
This means that on a $100 bet, you'll stand to win $300 if the Mercury win the WNBA title. If it's close to the end of the regular season or even during the playoffs and the WNBA has a particularly dominant team, you might see a team with a minus sign (-) ahead of its odds.
- Chicago Sky -380
This means you have to bet $380 to win $100 on a Sky championship.
Above we have posted the American odds for the WNBA championship. However, these are easy to convert to decimal odds or fractional odds with our odds converter tool. And don't forget to check out our WNBA forum if you're interested in chatting with other basketball bettors about WNBA odds.
WNBA Championship Odds FAQ
The Las Vegas Aces won the 2022 WNBA championship.
The 2023 WNBA schedule has yet to be released, but the Finals typically begin in early-mid September.
The Houston Comets, Minnesota Lynx and Seattle Storm have all won four titles, most all-time.
The Houston Comets four-peated as champs in the WNBA's first four seasons (1997-200), while the L.A. Sparks also went back-to-back in 2001 and 2002. Despite numerous teams winning two in three seasons, none has gone back-to-back since.