Caitlin Clark’s props increase

By Only Players Staff

Updated 5/20/24 3:01am ET

Women’s basketball star Caitlin Clark is starting to find her offensive rhythm, based on the current WNBA betting market.

Clark’s props for Monday’s game against the Connecticut Sun are the highest of any of her first four games, given she just posted a stat line of 22 points, eight assists and six rebounds.

Her points prop is 21.5 at FanDuel after previous marks were 19.5 and 20.5. Plus, her assists prop is 5.5 with -146 juice on the over. Her prop had been either 5.5 with juice to the under or 4.5 with juice on the over.

In her most recent game, while facing a legitimate contender in the New York Liberty, Clark shot over 50% for the first time and also made four of 10 three-pointers, which was her best percentage from behind the arc. They were easily her best marks over the course of three regular season and two preseason games.

The winless Fever host the Connecticut Sun on Monday as five-point underdogs. On Opening Night, the Sun held Clark to 20 points on 5-of-15 shooting and three assists in her debut, while also forcing her into 10 turnovers in a blowout loss.

The Sun are widely considered one of the best defensive teams, given they feature Alyssa Thomas. She has finished as the runner-up for the Defensive Player of the Year in each of the past two seasons.

The Fever are 0-3 (1-2 ATS) and tied for the worst record. After facing the Sun, they hit the road again and could be favored for the first time when they play at the L.A. Sparks in their sixth game.

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