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12 games on tap for tonight! Who do we like?

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This week's tournament will have a $2.00 entry fee for a chance at numerous prizes in a $150,000 prize pool. Typically, the top 20% of scores walk away with some kind of winnings, but the winner takes home a cool $10,000.

HERE IS THE LINK

If you've never participated before, it's really a simple process. Just follow their easy to use How-it-works guide and it will walk you step-by-step through their system.

If you are not already a member of FanDuel click HERE and you'll get a 100% first time matching deposit bonus ($200 max) to exclusive to SB Nation readers. However...

Attention: "In order to deposit money to play paid entry games you must be 18 and able to represent and warrant that you are not a resident of any of the following states: Arizona, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana or Washington."

Friendly Advice

1) Stay on top of injury updates! For instance, just off the top of my head, Kyle Korver, Enes Kanter and Danilo Gallinari have already been ruled out of games tonight. However, there remain a ton of questionable players including LeBron James.

2) Asides injuries, a number of coaches are prone to rest players. For instance, closely watch if Steve Kerr decides to rest any of his players as Golden State has to play in 4 games over the next 5 days.

3) Over his last 3 games, DeMarcus Cousins has averaged 29.7 points, 14.3 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.7 blocks. Not to be outdone, Russell Westbrook has averaged 31.3 points, 8.5 rebounds, 10 assists and 3 steals over his last 4 games. It's probably wise to roll with at least one of these players, regardless of price.

4) Looking for some cheaper options that have been putting up numbers over the last week? Then consider selecting one or more from this group: George Hill, Victor Oladipo, DeMar DeRozan, J.J. Redick, Alexey Shved or even Randy Foye.