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Go over to FanDuel and grab some money, much like how Jordan Hill nabbed Anthony Davis on this possession.

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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.


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 and rest candidates! For instance, just off the top of my head, DeMarcus Cousins, Ricky Rubio and Kevin Martin all have a chance of missing the games Friday. If one or both Timberwolves miss the game, don't hesitate to roll with Zach LaVine or Andrew Wiggins. They have both averaged the most minutes in the NBA over the last couple of weeks and are shoe-ins for stats if either Rubio or Matin sit again.

2) Be wary of selecting any Nuggets. Since February 27th, the Spurs have lost a grand total of three games, but more importantly, they have led the NBA in NET Rtg over that period. They're waxing opponents and thus it wouldn't be surprising that either Denver's starters either get held well below their averages or they don't get their typical minute allotment.

3) Consider selecting one or several of the following players as they've been hot the last two weeks: George Hill, Brook Lopez, DeMarcus Cousins (if he plays) or Jimmy Butler.

4) Looking for some cheaper options that have been putting up numbers over the last week? Then have a look at Nicolas Batum, Joe Johnson or Jordan Clarkson.