Sunday’s WNBA DFS slate is as deep as I can remember, at least at the top. With so many stud players in action, I think we will get lower ownership on those players than we are used to. Unfortunately, the bottom of the slate still looks pretty weak, so it may be best to roster those players first and then fill in at the top with whatever salary you have remaining.

Jackie YoungLVMIN920033.17###33.50
Young struggled in her first game back from her ankle injury but she still played 35 minutes and took 12 shots. With three days off since then, I fully expect her to bounce back. Young had at least 33 fantasy points in seven straight games prior to her injury, including 40.5 fantasy points against Minnesota, which has been the best matchup for guards all season.
Kahleah CopperCHIIND730024.38###22.68
I'm not sure it is a coincidence that Copper's best game of the season came with Candace Parker out. Parker is doubtful Sunday and Copper has a good chance to lead the Sky in scoring once again.
Arike OgunbowaleDALLA980030.23###28.70
Ogbunbowale has been consistent this month so long as she can avoid getting ejected. Only Minnesota has allowed more fantasy points to guards than Los Angeles this season.
Kelsey PlumLVMIN####35.38###32.88
Even though Jackie Young has slightly outscored Plum on FanDuel, I would rather save the $200 with Plum. She has at least 29.3 FD fantasy points in nine straight games, and Minnesota has allowed the most fantasy points to guards this season. Young looks like the better value on DK, but I wouldn't mind paying up for Plum or even playing both of them in cash lineups.
Jazmine JonesCONWAS46002###1.50
Barring a surprise injury, Jones looks like the best of a weak group of cheap guards. She played 11 minutes in her first game with Connecticut and while she didn't do much with those minutes, that could change as she becomes more comfortable with her new team.
Elena Delle DonneWASCON####29.15###29.36
My strategy of playing Delle Donne whenever she gets four or more days or rest was derailed when she suffered a back injury in the second quarter against Chicago. She struggled in her first game back Tuesday but with four days off since then, I think we have a good chance of getting a nice value. 
Azura StevensCHIIND600019.77###19.99
I'm kind of shocked Stevens's price didn't rise even more after she had 34 fatnasy points Friday with Candace Parker out. Stevens was only 2-for-8 on twos and while she probably won't shoot 60 percent on threes, I think she is totally capable of repeating her fantasy production from Friday.
Teaira McCowanDALLA38009.88###8.96
McCowan is coming off her best game of the season and her price is unchanged. She has topped 15 minutes in two of her last three games and she averaged 28 fantasy points in those games. There is a chance for increased minutes with Satou Sabally still out and Dallas will likely need her size to match up with Liz Cambage. Of course, most of those same arguments applied against Las Vegas on Wednesday and she only played four minutes. McCowan looks like a great value but there is still a chance we get nothing, which seems to happen every time I recommend her.
Liz CambageLADAL970029.75###30.83
Teaira McCowan has been unreliable this season and she is the only Wing who can match Cambage's size inside. Cambage scored 46 fantasy points in 26 minutes against Dallas three weeks ago. Cambage scored 28 fantasy points in 24.2 minutes in her only game on 6+ days rest this season, and I would take the over on both of those Sunday.
Elizabeth WilliamsWASCON540016.58###17.43
Myisha Hines-Allen, Shakira Austin and Tianna Hawkins are all questionable, and Williams looks like the best best to benefit if any of those players is unable to go. There is an argument to be made to just play whoever starts next to Delle Donne and Alysha Clark, but Williams would probably be the best value of any of the potential starters.
A'ja WilsonLVMIN####39.46###40.59
Minnesota has been worse against guards this season, but that has changed a bit of late with Sylvia Fowles out. Damiris Dantas is a capable defender but I'm not sure she can slow Wilson down, especially with Dantas playing less than 20 minutes per game.
Nikolina MilicMINLV690013.2###12.78
It took a bit longer than I expected, but Milic has emerged as the starting center with Sylvia Fowles out. Milic has played at least 30 minutes in two straight games, averaging 29.9 fantasy points in those games. 
Draftkings Core Plays
Top TierLiz Cambage$9,700
Jackie Young$9,200
Mid TierKahleah Copper$7,300
Azura Stevens$6,000
Value TierTeaira McCowan$3,800
Fanduel Core Plays
Top TierElena Delle Donne$7,400
Kelsey Plum$7,700
Mid TierKahleah Copper$4,800
Azura Stevens$4,800
Value TierTeaira McCowan$3,500
Jazmine Jones$3,000


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