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DraftStreet: Win $5,000 Tonight

Your NBA fantasy skills can win you up to $5,000 tonight. It only takes $5 to play!

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This Friday night DraftStreet is putting on a $5 league with $25K in prizes being awarded to the top 303 teams!

By signing up through Basketball Insiders you get a 100 percent bonus on your initial sign up. So you see a return on your investment immediately!

Here’s a look at the complete prize list:

1st place: $5,000
2nd place: $2,500
3rd place: $1,000
4th-303rd: $55 NBA Big Score Vouchers, which will give users free entry into the $150K NBA league on 3/26.

DraftStreet has revolutionized fantasy basketball, making it quick, easy and fun for the average person to play. Having to invest six months to potentially earn money with your fantasy basketball skills is a thing of the past. DraftStreet produces winners every single day, and you can be one Friday night!

HOW TO PLAY

1. Create a free account with DraftStreet or sign into your existing account <— CLICK HERE TO PLAY
2. Draft and submit your team by 7 pm EST Friday, which consists of three forwards, three guards, one center and a utility player of any position. Players are priced based on production. You must stay under the $100,000 salary cap.
3. Finish in the top 303 and win!

There are 10 games on tap Friday night in the NBA:

– Minnesota Timberwolves at Charlotte Bobcats
– Washington Wizards at Orlando Magic
– Indiana Pacers at Philadelphia 76ers
– Memphis Grizzlies at Toronto Raptors
– Phoenix Suns at Boston Celtics
– Denver Nuggets at Miami HEAT
– Portland Trail Blazers at New Orleans Hornets
– Los Angeles Lakers at San Antonio Spurs
– Los Angeles Clippers at Utah Jazz
– Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors

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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