Seattle Storm vs Connecticut Sun 7-6-2023

Seattle Storm vs Connecticut Sun 7/6/2023 Picks Predictions Previews

Seattle Storm vs Connecticut Sun 7/6/2023 Picks Predictions Previews


The Seattle Storm (4-12) finish a two-game homestand against the Connecticut Sun (12-5) on Thursday night in Connecticut at Mohegan Sun Arena.


Seattle has dropped four of its previous five games, including three straight after a 15-point defeat to New York, and is eight games below.


Five hundred heading into Thursday’s game. Seattle’s offense has struggled, scoring only 79.4 points per game on 39.6% of their shots, while their defense has been appalling, allowing 86 points per game.


Ezi Magbegor has been a key component of the Seattle attack this season, averaging 14.9 points and 8.6 rebounds per game.


Sami Whitcomb averages eight points per game this year, while Jewell Loyd leads the Seattle offense with a 25.8-point average. Ivan Dojkic leads Seattle with 3.6 assists per game while scoring 8.7 points.


In their most recent game, the Seattle Storm took on the New York Liberty and lost to a score of 81-66. Seattle made 23 of 65 field goals for a final field goal percentage of 35.4% and nine of 25 three-point attempts.


The Storm made 11 out of 14 free throw attempts for a 78.6% success percentage. They managed to collect 33 boards, eight coming from the attacking side.


In addition, they got five steals, forced 14 turnovers, and dished out 16 assists in this contest.


Regarding defense, Seattle allowed the opposition to shoot 33 out of 71 shots for 46.5% of the field. In the game, New York recorded 16 steals and eight assists.


In addition, New York tallied seven blocks and 37 rebounds (8 offensive, 29 defensive). In the end, New York made 7 out of its eight tries at free throws, shooting 87.5% overall.


They made 8 of their 25 3-point attempts, which they converted.


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Seattle Storm vs Connecticut Sun Predictions 7/6/2023


After a humiliating 18-point defeat to Las Vegas, the Connecticut Sun came home seven games above.500 on Thursday night and on a two-game slide.


This season, Connecticut has excelled offensively, scoring 83.9 points per game while shooting 44% from the field.


DeWanna Bonner, who leads Connecticut with 17.7 points per game on 42.4% shooting from the field, is having an All-Star-caliber season.


Alyssa Thomas leads the Sun with 10.1 rebounds and 8.2 assists per game, averaging 14.4 points.


Connecticut’s defense played in their most recent game, allowing 23 more points than their season average, as Vegas scored 102 points on 50% shooting from the field.


Connecticut had a good job shooting the ball offensively, connecting on 47.1% of their attempts for 84 points, but they scored just 36 points in the second half, contributing to the defeat.


The Connecticut Sun lost to the Las Vegas Aces by a score of 102-84 the last time these two teams battled on the court. In this game, the Sun managed to grab twenty defensive rebounds and four offensive rebounds for 24.


In addition, they turned the ball over ten times while only recording seven thefts for the game. The Aces committed 22 personal fouls for the game, sending the Sun to the line for 19 free throw attempts.


They were successful with 12 of their 16 tries at free throws, for a percentage of 63.2%.


Connecticut made six of their 20 tries (30.0%) regarding long-range shots. The Sun had a field goal percentage of 33 for 70 at the game’s conclusion, or 47.1%. The Sun gave up 36 of the 


Aces’ 72 field goal attempts, giving them a 50.0% success rate for the contest. They went 7 of 23 from beyond the arc for their final field goal percentage of 30.4%, and they made 23 of 26 free throw attempts (88.5%) to win this game. Connecticut allowed Las Vegas to grab 42 rebounds, 11 of which were offensive.


In this contest, Alyssa Thomas became a significant contributor to the Sun. She scored five rebounds and made 5 of her 12 shots in the game, a percentage of 41.7%.


In 33 minutes on the court, Thomas scored 12 points and dished out 11 assists.


Seattle Storm vs. Connecticut Sun The WNBA’s pick for this game is the Connecticut Sun. These two teams faced off twice this season; Connecticut won the first meeting by a score of six.


Look for Connecticut to exact revenge on Thursday night’s opponent, one of the poorest WNBA squads, for their recent losing run.


Connecticut will control this game from beginning to end, resulting in a straightforward victory and a cover at home. Take the Sun to snap their current skid of defeats and earn their 13th triumph of the year.


Connecticut Sun should triumph and cover the spread with a score of 84-71.


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Seattle Storm vs Connecticut Sun 7/6/2023 Picks Predictions Previews

When: Sunday, July 6, 2023, at 7:00 PM ET


Where: Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut




WNBA ODDS: Connecticut Sun -14.5


WNBA Total Odds: 165.5


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