3 Best Prop Bets for LSU vs Iowa NCAA Women's Championship Game (Angel Reese Controls the Boards in Dallas)

Best LSU vs Iowa prop bets for NCAA Women's Championship game on Sunday, April 2, 2023.
Best LSU vs Iowa prop bets for NCAA Women's Championship game on Sunday, April 2, 2023. / AP Photos/Darron Cummings

Fans are in for a treat on Sunday as the LSU Tigers and Iowa Hawkeyes meet head-to-head for the title in the NCAA Women's Championship game. FanDuel Sportsbook's latest odds list Iowa as a small 3.5-point favorite with the projected total set at 160.5 points. This one could be an all-time classic.

Here are three of the best prop bets for the Tigers-Hawkeyes game, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

LSU vs Iowa Prop Bets

1. Angel Reese - Over 14.5 Rebounds (-120)

Angel Reese has simply dominated the boards during LSU's tournament run, averaging 16.2 rebounds across five contests. She has the height (6-foot-3) to compete with Iowa's best players around the rim and the power to outwork them with relentless physicality. It's worth noting LSU also ranks second in rebound margin (+15.5) this season, while Iowa ranks 56th (+4.6). Controlling the boards is one way the Tigers can pull off the upset on Sunday, so look for Reese to make her impact felt early and often. After all, she has tallied at least 15 rebounds in 21 of LSU's 35 games this season.

2. Caitlin Clark - Over 8.5 Assists (-102)

The star of this year's tournament has undoubtedly been Iowa's Caitlin Clark. The standout sophomore is coming off back-to-back 40-point games, but It's her ability to dish out the ball that stands out. Clark has tallied at least 9 assists in five of her last seven games and logged 8 assists in the two times she missed the mark. LSU's defense has been stellar all season long, but it's still a defense that allowed 72 points to Virginia Tech in the Final Four. Back the player with the ball in her hands on every possession to find her open teammates in a high-scoring game.

3. Alexis Morris - Under 1.5 Made Threes (-108)

Yes, Alexis Morris has posted back-to-back games with 21 or more points for the Tigers and has developed into a go-to player on the offensive end. However, she has only made more than a single three-pointer in four of her last 12 games. She is shooting a dismal 17.2% from three-point range during the NCAA Tournament (5-of-29) and 32.9% from beyond the arc on the season. It took Morris 9 attempts from long range to drain a pair of three-pointers on Friday night and seeing that kind of volume again on Sunday would be surprising. Fade Morris against a solid Iowa defense.

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