A streak must end tonight in Indiana. Connecticut is 2-0 ATS on the road, while Indiana — the hottest team in the league — has covered six times in a row, including four at home.
The Sun, like average teams tend to do, rise and fall to their opposition. In Chicago, the Sun shot .439 against .484. In New York, the Sun shot .357 against .321. In both those games, they hit under, but the Fever are 4-1 O/U at home.
The Sun and Fever are nos. 1 and 2 in the league at turnover differential. The Fever make their difference by forcing the most turnovers; the Sun by taking the best care of the ball (Conn. averages 11 turnovers per game, almost three fewer than the second-best team).