Kahleah Copper Leads the Chicago Sky in the Fantasy Women’s Basketball


There are too many seasoned players on the trending list in fantasy women’s basketball. These notable players have achieved exceptional fantasy points based on their performance and also per game average. Let’s have a discussion about the most trending fantasy players from all 12 teams.

Kahleah Copper (Chicago Sky)

Kahleah Copper has been the Sky’s top performer, averaging 15 points per game, 5.9 rebounds per game, and 2.1 assists per game while shooting 46.8 percent from the field during that period. She has been a great fantasy value this season, especially when you consider her average draught position.

The WNBA recognized James Wade, the coach of Sky, as Coach of the Month on Tuesday. Chicago is rated first in the Eastern Conference after going 9-2 in June.

Rhyne Howard (Atlanta Dream)

Rhyne Howard has had a fantastic debut season for fantasy managers, averaging 29.5 fantasy points per game this year. The league made the announcement that she had been voted Rookie of the Month for the second time in a row. Howard has the highest freshman scoring average of 15.3 PPG and an assist average of 2.7 APG. She was also chosen as one of the 12 backups for the All-Star Game.

Alyssa Thomas (Connecticut Sun)

Each of the last two games had seen 20 points from Alyssa Thomas. She has played in four such games thus far this season. In 2020, Thomas’ final full season, she had six games with 20 or more points. She has outperformed expectations for fantasy managers this season by averaging 29.9 fantasy points per game.

Queen Egbo (Indiana Fever)

Queen Egbo will be sidelined while she removes herself from the team for the near future in accordance with the league’s health and safety rules. Emily Engstler, a freshman available in 75% of leagues, is one player who gains from her unavailability. Over the past three games, she has scored 17.6 fantasy points on average.

Arike Ogunbowale (Dallas Wings)

Arike Ogunbowale is the third-fastest player in WNBA history to reach the 250 career 3-pointer mark, behind only Katie Smith and Diana Taurasi. This season, Ogunbowale has averaged 31.5 fantasy points per game. If you’re looking for a streamer, Teaira McCowan is still available in 36.6 percent of leagues. In three of her previous five contests, she recorded 26 or more fantasy points.

Nneka Ogwumike (Los Angeles Sparks)

In nine games this season, Nneka Ogwumike has scored 20 or more points. This equals the fourth-highest total in the league. She has also scored 32 or more fantasy points in five straight games, which is impressive. Jordin Canada is still a viable streamer and is accessible in 73.6 percent of leagues. She played more than 33 minutes and scored 20 points per game over the last two matches.

Sylvia Fowles (Minnesota Lynx)

Sylvia Fowles has only played a few moments since making her comeback from a five-game hiatus due to a knee injury. And that is still something to pay special attention to. Over the previous six games, Fowles has averaged 20.6 minutes and 23.1 fantasy points. For those who require a streamer, Moriah Jefferson is still viable in 42.6 percent of leagues.

Stefanie Dolson (New York Liberty)

For the Liberty, Stefanie Dolson (available in 77.3 percent of leagues) keeps up her strong play. She has averaged 27.5 minutes and 21.7 fantasy points per game over the last four games.

Sophie Cunningham (Phoenix Mercury)

Eighty-five percent of leagues have Sophie Cunningham active, and she has five straight games with 23 or more fantasy points.

Elena Delle Donne (Washington Mystics)

This season, Elena Delle Donne has produced 28.3 fantasy points per game while still getting her daily rest breaks. She hasn’t actually played more than three straight games yet.

Isaac Harris
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