The Summitt WNBA Daily Fantasy Sports Report: 6/29/17

There are two games on the schedule for Thursday: the Liberty are at the Mystics at 7:00 PM ET and the Storm are at the Sun at 8:00 PM ET. Please find the preview information for these games here.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – SEPTEMBER 1: Epiphanny Prince

Guard

Epiphanny Prince, NY at WAS ($6400): Prince returned from the EuroBasket tournament, which caused her to miss six straight games, with 14 points, five boards and three assists on Saturday. Prince had averaged 38 fantasy points in her last two games before leaving, at the end of May.

Sue Bird, SEA at CON ($5900): Bird, like every other Storm starter, had an awful game on Tuesday in a blowout loss to the Mystics. But, she had played at least 32 minutes and scored between 26 and 40 fantasy points in three of her last four games before Tuesday, and makes a good bounceback candidate playing in her old college stomping grounds on Thursday.

Kristi Toliver, WAS vs NY ($4400): Toliver is coming off three straight solid games, in which she averaged just over 25 fantasy points, despite having a price tag that is still relatively low even as it creeps upwards.

Forward

Tina Charles, NY at WAS ($8400): Charles has produced more than 40 fantasy points in two straight games, and three of her last four. She is averaging more than 20 points and 10 boards in that stretch, and has a reasonable chance to be the high fantasy point producer on the night.

Alyssa Thomas, CON vs SEA ($7300): Thomas has scored between 25 and 43 fantasy points in seven straight games. She has made herself consistently productive, and is averaging over 16 points with almost eight rebounds and almost six assists in her last five games.

Krystal Thomas, WAS vs NY ($4600): On a night where there are several higher priced forwards, then a big gap and fall-off to the lower priced forwards, Thomas is a low price option with upside. She has scored more than 30 fantasy points in two of her last five games, including 30.4 fantasy points in her last outing.

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