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FanDuel Offering $1,000 NBA Freeroll For NBA Opening Day

Not all your Christmas presents this year will be under the tree.

Dec. 25 also marks the beginning of the NBA season. And FanDuel is giving all its players a free shot at winning some money on Christmas Day.

The Fast Cash $1,000 Fantasy Basketball Contest will feature a prize pool of a thousand bucks. Simply pick a team (two point guards, two shooting guards, two small forwards, two power forwards and a centre) that fits under the $60K salary cap and hope your players fare well on Christmas day.

If you aren’t too busy unwrapping presents or spending time with family, you can follow the live scoring on FanDuel during the games to see how your picks are performing.

The opening-day NBA freeroll is a great way to try out FanDuel for free, with the added bonus of having a chance to win some money as well.

FanDuel and other daily fantasy sports sites are the new age of fantasy sports. Rather than picking a team at the beginning of the year and having …

Fantasy Sports Site Offering Trip To Super Bowl Party In Vegas

One of the newest additions to the daily fantasy sports market is offering up an amazing contest that will appeal to any sports fan.

Profanity Sports is offering all its players a chance to win a trip to Las Vegas for Super Bowl Weekend, VIP style. The trip includes flights for winners and three friends, a two-bedroom penthouse suite for four days and three nights, $500 in spending cash, four passes to a VIP Super Bowl viewing party and private transportation to and from the Las Vegas airport. Full rules are listed in the site’s terms and conditions.

To win the contest, all players need to do is compete in and win as many cash games on the site as possible. The top 10 cash winners from now through Week 16 of the NFL season will compete in a Week 17 quick-play salary cap game, where the winner will claim the Grand Prize trip.

Profanity Sports offers college football and NFL weekly leagues for free and for cash buy-ins. Quick-play games are salary-cap based and …