2017 WNBA MVP Odds

2017 WNBA MVP Odds

Last season Nneka Ogwumike led the Los Angeles Sparks to a 26-8 record and their third championship in franchise history. The first overall pick in the 2012 Draft, Ogwumike averaged a career-high 19.7 points, 9.1 rebounds, and 3.1 assists while leading the league in field goal percentage (66.5%). Those impressive statistics made Oguimike a logical MVP selection and provided a solid payout for anybody who took her at 35/1 before the season.

[ View the latest odds and public betting percentages on our free WNBA odds page ]

Although historical odds aren’t available, the table below displays all twenty award winners since the league’s inception in 1997.

YearPlayerTeam
1997Cynthia CooperHouston Comets
1998Cynthia CooperHouston Comets
1999Yolanda Griffith Sacramento Monarchs
2000Sheryl SwoopesHouston Comets
2001Lisa LeslieLos Angeles Sparks
2002Sheryl SwoopesHouston Comets
2003Lauren JacksonSeattle Storm
2004Lisa LeslieLos Angeles Sparks
2005Sheryl SwoopesHouston Comets
2006Lisa LeslieLos Angeles Sparks
2007Lauren JacksonSeattle Storm
2008Candace ParkerLos Angeles Sparks
2009Diana TaurasiPhoenix Mercury
2010Lauren JacksonSeattle Storm
2011Tamika CatchingsIndiana Fever
2012Tina CharlesConnecticut Sun
2013Candace ParkerLos Angeles Sparks
2014Maya MooreMinnesota Lynx
2015Elena Delle DonneChicago Sky
2016Nneka OgwumikeLos Angeles Sparks

The season tips off this Saturday and Paddy Power was the first sportsbook to post odds on the 2017 WNBA MVP. Ogwiumike opened +320 to repeat, while Minnesota’s Maya Moore (+260) is listed as the preseason favorite. Elena Della Donne, who won the award in 2015, opened with the fourth-best odds at +700.

The table below displays the latest WNBA MVP odds at Paddy Power.

PlayerTeamOdds
Maya MooreMIN+260
Nneka OgwumikeLAS+320
Tina CharlesNYL+350
Elena Della DonneWSM+700
Candace ParkerLAS+850
Breanna StewartSEA+1000
Diana TaurasiPHO+1100
Brittney GrinerPHO+1300
Sylvia FowlesMIN+1800
Kelsey PlumSA+2200
Sue BirdSEA+4000

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David Solar

David was the Content Manager at Sports Insights. He has since moved on to greener pastures.

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