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Enjoy the entire NBA season with Head2Head Fantasy Basketball. Play for as low as $14.95, and you can compete for cash prizes as well as season-long and playoff prizes. Get signed up by Wednesday, October 29th!

Real Competition

  • Weekly opponent match-ups in your league
  • Real-time stats updates on all teams in your league
  • Weekly standings and Top 100 reports
  • 23 weeks of regular season, 3 rounds of playoffs
  • Buddy League option

Big Time Prizes

$400 in League Winner Cash
1st Place $5,000
2nd $2,500
3rd $500
4th $250

Easy to Play

  • Weekly head2head match-ups within your 28 team league.
  • Use your $100 million salary cap to build your team
  • Integrated up-to-the minute player and injury news
  • Online or toll-free phone trades

Entry Options

Starter Package Entry for $14.95 includes:
Premium Internet Reports each week

Complete Package Entry for $24.95 includes:
Premium Internet Reports, In-Game Stats and one Full-Team Trade Certificate

Player News

Dwyane Wade (knee) started Sunday's game against the Pistons, and scored 40 points (14-27 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 12-13 FT). He finished the game with six rebounds, four assists and a steal in 36 minutes.
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Brandon Knight (ankle) may not play in Monday's game against the Trail Blazers, Craig Grialou of 98.7 FM reports.
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Marcus Smart was held scoreless Sunday in a loss to the Clippers, missing all six of his field goal attempts. His only other contribution in the box score were three rebounds in his 18 minutes.
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Matt Barnes shot just 4-for-13 from three Sunday in a win over the Celtics, but still finished with 18 points (7-18 FG), seven rebounds, one assist and a block in 33 minutes.
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DeAndre Jordan was just 3-of-15 from the free throw line Sunday in a win over the Celtics, but he still finished the game with 15 points (6-8 FG), 14 rebounds and a steal in 29 minutes.
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Iman Shumpert (ankle) wanted to return to Sunday's game against the 76ers, after exiting in the second quarter, ESPN reports.
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