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Draft Kings: Beat Alex Kennedy, Win Cash Tonight!

Tonight all you have to do is beat Alex Kennedy on Draft Kings to take home cash tonight!

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So far, over 50 of our readers have beat Alex Kennedy’s teams to win cash and this Friday, along with every other Friday this NBA season, you’ll be able to compete against Basketball Insiders’ site manager again. All it takes is $2 to enter the league and there is a $50,000 prize pool! First prize takes home $5,000 and the top 5,750 win cash overall, but all you have to do to win is beat Alex. If you’re able to, you’ll get your entry fee ($2) returned immediately!

Here is Alex’s team:


Alex’s notes: I picked guys like Nick Young and Brad Beal because they are great values coming off of injuries. I always keep an eye out for players in those situations. I had to go with Anthony Davis because he has been a monster every night and he’s helped me win cash several times now. Brandon Knight continues to put up numbers for the surprising Bucks, so I continue to play him.

Ready to play? Here’s how?

1. Sign up to an existing account or create a new one on Draft Kings <— CLICK HERE TO PLAY

2. Draft your team of a starting PG, SG, SF, PF, C, backup G, backup F and utility player of any position by 7 pm EST and click submit.

3. Finish in the top 5,750 or beat Alex Kennedy and win cash tonight!

Make sure to tweet a screen shot of your team to @BBallInsiders and @AlexKennedyNBA for a RT!

Earlier this week, JDofDC won $5,000 just by playing in the exact same kind of league by drafting the following team:

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On Draft Kings, you become the general manager of your own team for a night. You put together an eight man roster (a starting PG, SG, SF, PF, C, backup G, backup F and utility player of any position). Players are priced based on projected production and there is a hard salary cap of $50,000. Here’s a look at the slate of NBA games on tap for this evening:

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