Caitlin Clark WNBA Season-Long Player Props, Rookie Of The Year & MVP Odds

Caitlin Clark #22 of the Indiana Fever handles the ball during the game against the Dallas Wings during the WNBA Preseason Game on May 3, 2024 at the College Park Center in Arlington, Texas.

You would have to be living under a rock to not know the name Caitlin Clark.

The University of Iowa superstar took not only the women’s college basketball world by storm, but the entire sports universe as well. Since being drafted to the WNBA’s Indiana Fever, fans of women’s basketball have been pumping out plenty of comparisons and predictions about the former Hawkeye.

Caitlin Clark to win WNBA MVP


In this article, we’ll take a look at her upcoming rookie year from a betting perspective. Using bet365’s odds, we’ll take some of the most interesting Caitlin Clark prop bets out there and put them under the microscope.

WNBA Prop Bets Featuring Caitlin Clark

The hype is already swirling around Caitlin Clark’s career in Indiana. Because of that, sportsbooks have been churning out prop bets. Let’s look at a few of the more interesting ones and whether or not they should be on your radar ahead of the 2024-25 WNBA season, which tips off on Tuesday.

Rookie Of The Year (-700) and MVP (+1000)

Before we go into the props themselves, the one that everyone is watching Clark for is Rookie of the Year in the WNBA. To say that it is her award to lose would be an understatement. She is a massive favourite to win the award (-700) with the next closest name being Cameron Brink of the Los Angeles Sparks (+1000).

Clark has history on her side, for starters. Her teammate in Indiana, Aliyah Boston, won the award a year ago and made the WNBA All-Star Game. In fact, going back to 2008 with Candace Parker of the Sparks, the first overall draft pick has won Rookie of the Year 11 times.

If Clark can achieve the feat, she would be the third consecutive first-overall pick to win the award. Given her incredible scoring ability, some have even tapped her for MVP (+1000), but that hasn’t been done since Candace Parker won the award in her rookie year — the only time that feat has been achieved. While MVP might be a bit lofty, Rookie of the Year should be there for Clark to take.

Caitlin Clark to Average 22+ Points Per Game in the 2024 WNBA Regular Season (Must Play 28+ Regular Season Games: -160)

Clark became the No. 1 overall pick because she dominated college basketball. Her bread and butter is her ability to create shots from anywhere on the floor. At Iowa, her worst year was as a freshman and she averaged 26.6 points per game.

The reason this feels like such a good play is because of her ability as a distributor. Teams can’t just double her because she is an elite passer as well. All of that extra attention means that Clark will find the open shooter more often than not.

Clark is a complete offensive player like we have never seen before. She will no doubt have her rough games, but she is simply too good as a shooter and playmaker to be denied. Last year’s leader averaged 24.7 points per game (Jewell Lloyd) and Clark is a different beast. Take her to score more than 22 per game as a rookie.

Caitlin Clark to Lead the Indiana Fever in Scoring in the 2024 WNBA Regular Season (-350)

Though it may seem like giving Clark her flowers before she’s done anything, it’s hard not to like her for this prop. Scoring is her game and her ability to create shots from anywhere – she’s been compared to Stephen Curry for a reason – means that she won’t stay cold.

The Fever have talented players, like the aforementioned Boston. But Boston finished third on the team with 14.5 points per game. Kelsey Mitchell led the Fever with 18.2 points per game. If Clark is the real deal, exceeding 20 points per game feels like a given.

You might need to parlay this pick with another to get better value, but you won’t find very many safer picks than this. Clark is a machine and no college basketball player ever scored like she did. Expect that scoring prowess to make her one of the best in the WNBA immediately.

Caitlin Clark to Record 1+ Made Three in Every 2024 WNBA Regular Season Game (Must Play 28+ Regular Season Games: +150)

This is one of the most interesting bets out there, even though it sounds incredibly ambitious when you first read it. Why is it interesting? Because Clark made a three in every single one of her junior and senior season games, including the NCAA tournament.

In fact, you would have to go back to her sophomore season to find the last time she didn’t make at least one three. That came in a January 13, 2022, regular season game against Purdue. It was her only game of the year without a made three. Even more ridiculous, that was the only game of her entire collegiate career where she didn’t make at least one three.

While the WNBA is a different beast, so is Clark. It would be one thing if she were just pretty consistent from long range. That doesn’t quite cover it: we’re talking about the most prolific female three-point shooter there has ever been, with only one game in four years where she failed to record a three-pointer. At +150, we like this as a value play, even if it sounds ridiculous.

Caitlin Clark to record 1+ made three in every regular season game


Caitlin Clark to Record 10+ Made Threes in Any 2024 WNBA Regular Season Game (+700)

This one might be reaching a bit but doesn’t feel totally unfounded, either. WNBA leading scorer Jewell Lloyd set the WNBA record for threes made in one game with nine against the Washington Mystics on July 11, 2023.

Expecting Clark to come in and break the impressive WNBA record might be asking a bit much. That said, if anyone can do it, Clark would be the one. Clark is the all-time leader in women’s Division I basketball with 538 career made threes.

Though Clark tied the NCAA tournament record with nine three-pointers against LSU in the Elite Eight, this one feels like it might be too far. Then again, if anyone is going to break the league record, no one has a resume quite like Caitlin Clark. If you think Clark is going to take the WNBA by storm, why not take this one at +700?