Basketball is back! Even if you have never tried Daily Fantasy Sports, it’s worth entering the NBA $100K PICK AND ROLL tonight at DraftKings. There are also ways to qualify tonight for Wednesday’s NBA $400K CROSSOVER and its $100,000 first prize. Bad luck for the Spurs — Kawhi Leonard’s lingering eye infection — has boosted his teammates’ value for all Tuesday contests, including the big one.
The really big money — $400,000 in cash, $100,000 top prize — is being given away on Wednesday night, but the NBA season starts tomorrow with another very lucrative contest at DraftKings. You can enter Tuesday’s NBA $100K PICK AND ROLL for just $12, and the top 2,000 teams will earn cash. First place is worth ten grand, second wins $5,000 and all payouts are 100% guaranteed, even if the limit of 9,500 players isn’t reached.
The New York Times brought the front page news recently that more people watched The Walking Dead and NCIS; New Orleans last week than Game 1 of the World Series. Which leads me to Prediction No. 1 for the 2014-15 NBA season: Commissioner Adam Silver is going to take on the national pastime, move up the start of the season by a week and see what happens. Which leads us to prediction No. 2: When Silver does this, his league will outdraw the
All the San Antonio Spurs could talk about last season was avenging their 2013 NBA Finals loss to the Miami Heat, especially the heartbreaking loss in Game 6. The Spurs made sure it didn’t get to a Game 6 in 2014 as they dominated the Heat in five games to win their fifth championship. Tim Duncan, who many assumed would retire after his fifth title, now enters the 2014-15 season looking for a ring for his other hand now. The Spurs brought
Kemba Walker got ripped off. Sure, Walker no longer has to worry about the uncertainty of restricted free agency next summer, which is a huge load off any player’s shoulders. The emerging star point guard of the Charlotte Hornets signed a four-year, $48 million contract extension just hours before the start of the season and now can settle into the prime of his career with a young team on the rise. But Walker should have joined Klay Thompson and Kawhi Leonard in refusing
Wednesday afternoon, or evening depending on which northern hemisphere you were in, saw the defending NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs in their first preseason exhibition. Their opponent, Alba Berlin (otherwise known as the Berlin Albatrosse). It was, for many, expected to be a blowout in the champs favor, much in the same way that the Cleveland Cavaliers so easily dispatched Maccabi Tel Aviv. Unfortunately, fortune favors the bold. Alba Berlin, though seemingly outmatched in talent, kept the game within striking distance the
A couple of weeks ago, we had Chris Paul atop our list of NBA point guards. No surprise there. Although he plays a position that is very deep in talent, Paul is a fantastic leader with an inhuman competitive streak. He ranks annually among the leaders in assists and steals. And believe it or not, he’s still on the right side of 30, at least until next year’s playoffs. But Paul is atop another of our lists list as well – NBA
The San Antonio Spurs have now won five championships in 15 years. With that in mind, are the Spurs a dynasty? Earlier this season, Phil Jackson said they were not. During the 15-year run, the Spurs have not won back-to-back titles. However, does that negate them as a dynasty? What are the legacies of Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich? Duncan is considered the greatest power forward of all-time, but where does he rank amongst the best overall? He made NBA history by becoming the first