WNBA Power Rankings 2024: Aces Remain Best Team

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The Las Vegas Aces celebrate with the trophy after Game 4 of a WNBA basketball final playoff series against the New York Liberty Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2023, in New York. The Aces won 70-69.
(AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
Shane Jackson @Sjacksonmgm May 22, 2024, 2:49 PM
  • The Aces are No. 1 in the WNBA power rankings.
  • The Liberty remain No. 2 after last year’s runner-up finish.

The 2024 WNBA season is here.

The Las Vegas Aces remain the team to beat after winning back-to-back championships, but how does the rest of the league fare?

These rankings and the latest WNBA championship odds at the online sportsbook help answer that question.

WNBA Power Rankings 2024

RANKTEAM
1Aces
2Liberty
3Sun
4Lynx
5Mercury
6Dream
7Storm
8Wings
9Sky
10Sparks
11Mystics
12Fever

1. Las Vegas Aces, +100 to Win Championship

Las Vegas led the league in offensive rating (114.8), defensive rating (99.2), and net rating (+15.6) last year. Yet the team hasn’t looked as dominant without point guard Chelsea Gray to start this season.

2. New York Liberty, +150

The Liberty formed a superteam to challenge the Aces last year, but I expect them to be better in their second season of playing together after going through some growing pains.

3. Connecticut Sun, +1200

With WNBA MVP odds contender Alyssa Thomas leading the way, the Sun were the third-best team in the league last year. And that’s where they remain thus far.

4. Minnesota Lynx, +4000

A dynamic duo of Napheesa Collier and Diamond Miller can help Minnesota make another leap after last year’s team lost in the opening round of the playoffs.

5. Phoenix Mercury, +3000

After missing the playoffs for the first time since 2012, the Mercury had a busy offseason by adding Kahleah Copper, Natasha Cloud, and Rebecca Allen. But Brittney Griner’s injury is worth monitoring.

6. Atlanta Dream, +5000

Atlanta added veterans Jordin Canada and Tina Charles to bolster a young team that notched its first playoff berth since 2018.

7. Seattle Storm, +1600

Seattle made splashes this offseason, bringing in Skylar Diggins-Smith and Nneka Ogwumike to help Jewell Loyd after she carried the team last year.

8. Dallas Wings, +3000

The Wings posted their first winning season since they moved to Dallas in 2016, thanks to the emergence of Satou Sabally, who won’t be available until later in the summer.

9. Chicago Sky, +4000

The Sky drafted Kamilla Cardoso and Angel Reese, but it remains to be seen how the rookies and former SEC foes will play together.

10. Los Angeles Sparks, +10000

Los Angeles is focused on rebuilding after making two lottery picks: Cameron Brink and Rickea Jackson.

11. Washington Mystics, +8000

The Mystics have fallen from contender to a lottery team after losing Elena Delle Donne and Natasha Cloud.

12. Indiana Fever, +4000

Let the Caitlin Clark show begin. She is already a -1000 favorite in the WNBA Rookie of the Year odds.

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Shane Jackson

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Shane Jackson is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM, covering MLB and NBA. After graduating from the University of Kansas, his previous stops include MLB.com, Lawrence Journal-World, Manhattan Mercury, Bet Chicago Sports, WynnBET, and Sportsbook Review.

Shane Jackson is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM, covering MLB and NBA. After graduating from the University of Kansas, his previous stops include MLB.com, Lawrence Journal-World, Manhattan Mercury, Bet Chicago Sports, WynnBET, and Sportsbook Review.