Caitlin Clark - Angel Reese

  • WNBA Rookie of the Year odds heavily favor Caitilin Clark with -600 odds.
  • The league’s leading rebounder, Angel Reese, has +375 odds to win the award.
  • Clark and Reese were both named to the 2024 WNBA All-Star Game, but which player is more deserving to win Rookie of the Year?

CHICAGO – The Rookie of the Year race between Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese is a hot topic of debate, but betting odds are confident it will be Clark. The former first overall selection has -600 legal sports betting odds to be named the 2024 WNBA Rookie of the Year.

WNBA Rookie of the Year Odds

  • Caitlin Clark (IND) -600
  • Angel Reese (CHI) +375
  • Kamilla Cardoso (CHI) +20000
  • Rickea Jackson (LAS) +20000
  • Aaliyah Edwards (WAS) +20000
  • Jacy Sheldon (DAL) +20000

Angel Reese Vs Caitlin Clark Stat Comparison

When you look at a comparison between per game averages from Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark’s rookie seasons, the gap doesn’t seem as wide as the odds indicate. However, Clark’s true shot percentage and greater offensive impact through her passing give her an edge at WNBA betting sites
to win Rookie of the Year.

Player Points Per Game Rebounds Per Game Assists Per Game Blocks Per Game Steals Per Game Field Goal Percentage True Shooting Percentage
Angel Reese 13.2 PPG 11.8 RPG 1.9 APG 0.2 BPG 1.4 SPG 39.7% 47.5%
Caitlin Clark 16.0 PPG 5.7 RPG 7.1 APG 0.8 BPG 1.3 SPG 39.1% 57.2%

80.4% of Angel Reese’s field goal attempts come from less than five feet from the basket, where she’s making 45.2% of those shots. She’s made 7/41 (17%) of shot attempts outside of five feet and is a brutal 27% from in the paint (non-restricted area).

Meanwhile, Caitlin Clark plays a different game of outside scoring and makes on average 33.7% of her 8.0 three-point attempts. She’s makes a deadly 40.6% of shots from 30-34 feet (13/32) and boasts a 57.2% true shooting percentage, compared to Reese’s 47.5%.

Both players have made historical achievements, as Angel Reese set a single-season WNBA record with 11 consecutive games with a double-double. Meanwhile, Caitlin Clark became the fastest WNBA player to record 300 career points, 100 rebounds, and 100 assists in just 19 games, as the previous record was 22 games.

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