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Basketball | Wednesday, May 29, 2024 8:53 AM (Revised at: Wednesday, May 29, 2024 8:54 AM)

Minnesota Lynx vs Las Vegas Aces Prediction, WNBA Picks, Odds, Injury Report for 5/29/24

Minnesota Lynx vs Las Vegas Aces Prediction, WNBA Picks, Odds, Injury Report for 5/29/24
Associated Press / Alamy Stock Photo: Minnesota Lynx guard Kayla McBride (21) dribbles during a WNBA basketball game

The Minnesota Lynx (4-1) hope to continue their impressive season when they host the Las Vegas Aces (3-1). The Lynx perhaps face their greatest test of the season, as they have lost the last four games against the defending champions. Can they break this record here? Our Lynx vs Aces prediction is available below!

The Aces are favorites with an implied probability of 64.9% to win this one at 1.50 odds, while the Lynx are available at 2.65 odds. The point spread is +/-4.5 points, and the total points line is at 170.5.

The Minnesota Lynx will battle the Las Vegas Aces on Wednesday night at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for the WNBA of the Western Conference game. For more WNBA picks from Agbeniga Ayobami and other basketball experts, visit our Expert Insights section.

Lynx vs Aces Prediction and Picks:  

  • Selections: Lynx +4.5
  • Odds: 1.90 (TRACKED TIP)
  • Bookmaker: bet365
  • Stake: 6/10

Odds are available as of May 29th, 2024. Odds may now differ.

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The Lynx have been a shocker this season. However, the Aces haven’t been impressive with the spread, as they were 21-19-0 against the spread last season. This season, they have covered the spread just once in the four games played so far. However, the Lynx have covered the spread in all five of their games this season. Their current team balance has been superb. They are second in shooting and one of the best defenses in the league. My Lynx vs Aces prediction is for the Lynx to cover the spread.

Lynx vs Aces Game Info

  • Date: Wednesday, May 30th, 2024
  • Time: 01:00 (CET)
  • Arena: Target Center
  • Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Minnesota Lynx Injury Report, Team News

The Lynx have had an impressive season and should be confident going into this game. Their only loss was an overtime defeat to the Connecticut Sun. This strong start is their best in years, but they now face their toughest challenge yet against the defending champion Aces. Winning this game would break a four-game losing streak against the Aces.

The Lynx defeated the Atlanta Dream in their last game 92-79. The Lynx shot 50% (31-62) from the field, 44.8% (13-29) from the 3-pointers, and only 73.9% (17-23) from the charity stripe. Kayla McBride led the team with 31 points. Naphessa Collier added 20 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists and Alanna Smith contributed 17 points, 4 rebounds, and 5 assists.

The Lynx are averaging 88.6 points per game—second in the WNBA. They have the best shooting record from the field with 47.0% FG, 38.6% from beyond the arc (best), and 74.7% from the charity stripe. The Lynx are allowing 78.4 points per game—third best this season, from 40.9% field points and only 26.4% shooting from deep–best this season. The Lynx are 5-0 against the spread this season. However, Diamond Miller is ruled out of this clash due to an injury in her right knee.

Las Vegas Aces Injury Report, Team News

The Aces come into this game with a 3-1 record after bouncing back to winning ways against the Indiana Fever (99-80). The Aces shot 47.9% (35-73) from the field, 37.1% (13-35) from three-pointers, and 88.9% (16-18) from the charity stripe. A’ja Wilson led the team with 29 points, 15 rebounds, and two assists. Jackie Young added 22 points and six assists, and Kelsey Plum contributed 20 points and seven assists. Kate Martin also scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds.

The Las Vegas Aces are averaging 91.3 points per game—1st in the WNBA. They shoot 43.4% from the field, 34.1% from beyond the arc, and 84.6% from the charity stripe. The Aces are allowing 85.0 points per game—10th in the WNBA, from 44.8% field points and 41.8% shooting from deep—the worst in the league. The Aces are 1-3 ATS this season. 

Chelsea Gray is ruled out of this clash due to a lower left leg injury. Kierstan Bell will also miss this game due to a lower right leg injury.

Lynx vs Aces Betting Trends

  • The Lynx are 5-0 ATS.
  • The Aces are 1-3 ATS.
  • The Aces are 3-1 SU.
  • The Lynx are 4-1 SU.

Lynx vs Aces H2H 

The Aces and Lynx have met 96 times—both the regular season and playoffs. The Aces have won 35 and the Lynx have 61 wins in those games. The Aces won the last game between them,  98-81.


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