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Aces favored 3-1 in Las Vegas to win WNBA Championship

A’ja Wilson and the Las Vegas Aces opened as the favorites to win this year’s Championship.

The Aces opened at 3-1 to win at the Westgate Superbook, followed by the Connecticut Suns at 4-1 and the Los Angeles Sparks at 9-2.

The Las Vegas Aces fell short to the Mystics in the 2019 semifinals (last season).

Could this be the year for the Aces? Bill Laimbeer set his goal for this team win it all in (2020), and the Las Vegas Sportsbooks’ odds reflect that.

Odds to win 2020 WNBA Championship (via Westgate Superbook):

Las Vegas Aces 3/1

Connecticut Sun 4/1

Los Angeles Sparks 9/2

Phoenix Mercury 6/1

Seattle Storm 6/1

Washington Mystics 6/1

Chicago Sky 7/1

Minnesota Lynx 20/1

Indiana Fever 40/1

New York Liberty 50/1

Dallas Wings 100/1

Atlanta Dream 100/1

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