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Draft Kings: 50/50 Private League with Basketball Insiders!

$5 gives you a 50% chance at $9 today on Draft Kings in Basketball Insiders private league!

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Basketball Insiders wants to play fantasy basketball against you! Starting Wednesday we’ll be hosting private leagues on Draft Kings’, the world’s leader in daily fantasy sports cash games. The league is private and features members of our team for you to compete against. It’s a 50/50 league, meaning 50 percent of the people who sign up will win! The entry fee is $5, and $9 each will go to the top 10 finishers.

On Draft Kings, you put together an eight-man roster consisting of a starting point guard, shooting guard, small forward, power forward, center, backup guard, backup forward and a utility player of any position. Players are priced based on projected production and there is a $50,000 hard cap that cannot be exceeded. Here’s Yannis’ team for tonight as an example:

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There are 10 games tonight in the NBA:

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The top players available tonight are priced as follows:

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Ready to play?

1. Sign into an existing account or create a new one on Draft Kings. <—MUST SIGN UP THROUGH THIS LINK IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE
2. Draft a starting PG, SG, SF, PF, C, backup G, backup F and a utility player of any position by 7 pm est! Make sure to click submit.
3. Finish in the top 10 and win!

All first-time users will have their initial deposit matched up to $600, so you can play for free in this league, and many others by joining today!

Yannis Koutroupis is Basketball Insiders' Managing Site Editor and Senior Writer. He has been covering the NBA and NCAA for seven years.

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