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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

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

Chuck Hayes signed a one-year deal with the Clippers on Monday, Mark Berman of FOX Sports reports.
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Marcelo Huertas signed a one-year deal with the Lakers on Monday, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.
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Charlie Westbrook agreed to a deal with the Bucks on Monday, Shams Charania of RealGM reports.
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Gorgui Dieng was a monster at Afrobasket for Senegal. Through seven games played, he averaged 22.9 points, 0.7 three-pointers, 14.9 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.4 steals, and 1.3 blocks in 38 minutes per game.
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Maurice Harkless (ankle) will be given a lot of opportunity to with the Blazers this season, the Boston Globe reports. "Mo was very high on our board a few years ago in the draft," general manager Neil Olshey said. "We were excited about him. He has a lot of potential. He fits our model right now; he's an emerging young player. He's got a lot of talent. We have a lot of faith in our player development staff and our coaches that guys hit their ceilings, and we know Mo's not even close to his ceiling at this point. He's going to get a great opportunity with us to be the player we loved coming out of the draft."
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Anthony Davis reaffirmed that he'll be shooting three-pointers this season under coach Alvin Gentry. "I'm going to mix it up. I love playing down low, but at the same time, if the opportunity is there; I'm definitely going to take them. That's one thing for sure that coach Gentry has told me-"Shoot the ball," "Let it go." I've been working on it and I'm very confident in my game. I've shot three's all my life. I didn't really need to shoot them over the past few years as much, but I'm never going to turn down shooting threes, especially if the coach tells me he wants me to shoot them. It's something that I've definitely been working on. I definitely plan on utilizing it this year."
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