Fantasy streamer: Naz Hillmon (available in 89.7% of ESPN leagues) has carved out an important role off the bench for the Dream, and she has been solid in both of her two season-opening appearances. In 19 minutes per game, Hillmon has averaged 10.0 PPG and 6.0 RPG as she does the dirty work and provides toughness and scoring to the second unit.
Best bet: Wings +2.5. The Wings are off to a strong start this season, led by the dynamism of Arike Ogunbowale in the backcourt and the 1-2 punch of Natasha Howard and Satou Sabally in the frontcourt. If Teaira McCowan (Day-to-Day, knee) was definitely playing I would have the Wings favored outright on Sunday, but even with the uncertainty I think they make this game competitive enough that I’ll take them with the points.
Fantasy streamer: Dana Evans (available in 89.2% of ESPN leagues) should get extra run on Sunday with Rebekah Gardner (foot) sidelined. Evans moved back to the bench on Friday after starting the previous game, but scored double-digits and played at least 25 minutes in both games. She averaged 11.5 PPG, 4.5 APG and 1.0 SPG in those two outings, and she should get at least as much run again Sunday.
Fantasy streamer: Crystal Dangerfield (available in 91.8% of ESPN leagues) could get extra run on Sunday, depending on the availability of McCowan. McCowan missed the last game after injuring her knee last week, and Dangerfield got the start in her place. In 37 minutes, she scored 17 points with four rebounds, three 3-pointers and two assists.
Fantasy streamer: Tiffany Mitchell (available in 90.2% of ESPN leagues) started in place of Kayla McBride (personal) on Thursday, but should move back to her role off the bench on Sunday. Starting or not, she should still get big minutes on Sunday. Mitchell played 27 minutes off the bench on Tuesday, and in her last two games she has averaged 11.0 PPG, 3.5 APG, 2.5 RPG and 1.0 SPG in 29.0 MPG.