Mercury are viewed as longshots to win the WNBA title in the final month of the season in Arizona sports betting.

Mercury Are Arizona Sports Betting WNBA Title Longshots Entering Season’s Final Month

The Phoenix Mercury have encountered many obstacles this season, both on and off the basketball court, but they have shown great resilience and determination.

The team has been hit with a series of devastating events, including the loss of franchise star Brittany Griner to Russian captivity and veteran guard Kia Nurse being sidelined with an ACL injury.

Phoenix is currently 10-15 in the WNBA’s regular season, trailing Las Vegas by seven games in the Western Conference. They are only ahead of the Minnesota Lynx, who have a 9-15 record this season.

Tonight at 7 PM Arizona time, the Mercury will be looking to recover from their previous game as they face off against the 15-10 Washington Mystics at Footprint Center in Phoenix. This game will be their second match following the WNBA All-Star Game last weekend.

Phoenix won the first game against Washington this season with a score of 99-90, but lost the second game of the two-game road trip with a score of 83-65.

As the league approaches the postseason, take a look at where the Mercury stands in Arizona sports betting.

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WNBA Championship Odds

Las Vegas +170
Chicago +225
Seattle+400
Connecticut+500
Washington+1000
New York+5000
Minnesota +8000
Phoenix+12500
Dallas+12500
Los Angeles+15000
Atlanta +15000
Indiana +50000
Odds provided by BetMGM Sportsbook Arizona.

Mercury stands out among WNBA teams struggling for title success.

Vanessa Nygaard’s team faces stiff competition from Arizona sports betting apps in both Thursday’s game and their quest to secure their first WNBA championship in nearly a decade.

The Mercury are +4.5 point underdogs against Washington, with moneyline odds between +155 and +175.

If you are thinking about placing a bet on Phoenix to win the 2022 WNBA championship, both operators currently have the Mercury ranked towards the bottom of the league standings.

BetMGM Arizona has the Mercury ranked eighth among the 12 teams with +12500 odds to win the championship, while Caesars Sportsbook Arizona has Phoenix listed at +10000 odds.

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The Mercury have struggled against the spread with a 10-14-1 record this season and have hit the over/under 14 times in 25 games. They are currently on a four-game losing streak against the spread heading into Thursday’s game.

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Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher has spent more than seven years reporting on sports and sports betting in Arizona, working for ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News before becoming the lead writer at yengols.com.

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