Draftstreet’s $150K Big Score Wednesday

Daily Fantasy Basketball is the easiest way to add excitement to the NBA Schedule. On Wednesday, 400 people are going to split $150,000 guaranteed during the NBA Big Score at DraftStreet. For $55, you draft a team of 3 Guards, 3 Forwards, 1 Center and 2 Utility players while staying under a $100,000 salary cap.  If your team’s score finishes in the top 400, you automatically double your money, finish first and you win $50,000 cash. Find out if you win and get paid at the end of the Grizzlies-Jazz game at 10:30 p.m. EST!

RussARMNY won $50,000 on February 5, 2014 with this roster:

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How to Win $50,000 on Wednesday night:

1. Sign up @ DraftStreet
2. Draft an 8 man team in the $150,000 NBA Big Score
3. Score the most fantasy points.

It is really that simple and it’s happening every day. Daily Fantasy sports are legal in the US and in Canada and in the last 60 days over $6 Million has been won playing daily NBA fantasy. Play today and you will get up to $200 on your first deposit!

Here are some players to consider for Wednesday’s 10 NBA games:

LeBron James, MIA – F

3-Time MVP LeBron James faces his Eastern Conference nemesis with home court implications. Always a triple-double threat, look for him to play his best.

Paul George, IND – F

Indiana has had a rocky couple weeks but Paul George knows the importance of the game. He has something to prove every night, but at home against the visiting Heat, you can expect him to leave it on the floor for all 48 minutes.

Carmelo Anthony, NYK – F

Sure, Melo is on the road and that could be risky, but the Kings have nothing to play for and you know that Phil Jackson wants to make the playoffs. Look for Melo to continue shooting the ball. If he makes a high percentage he will reach his fantasy value.

Blake Griffin, LAC – F

The world is done calling Blake soft. LAC needs this game to stay ahead of Huston and to keep pace in the Spurs Western Conference. 

John Wall, WAS – G

Phoenix definitely needs a win, but John Wall has been playing great ball and will continue to be most of the offensive production for the Wizards on Wednesday.

Kyrie Irving, CLE – G

All-Star Game MVP Kyrie Irving is going to miss the playoffs again but Detroit has lost 5 in a row and has no one that can stop him from scoring the basketball.

Al Jefferson, CHA – C

The Bobcats are in the playoffs hunt, and Charlotte fans can thank Big Al. One of the most dominant centers in the league welcomes a hot Brooklyn team in a must-win game for both franchises.

NBA Schedule for Wednesday March 26:

Brooklyn Nets vs Charlotte Bobcats, 7 PM EST
Phoenix Suns vs Washington Wizards, 7 PM EST
Toronto Raptors vs Boston Celtics, 7:30 PM EST
Cleveland Cavaliers vs Detroit Pistons, 7:30 PM EST
Atlanta Hawks vs Minnesota Timberwolves, 8:00 PM EST
Los Angeles Clippers vs New Orleans Pelicans, 8:00 PM EST
Miami Heat vs Indiana Pacers, 8:00 PM EST
Denver Nuggets vs San Antonio Spurs, 8:30 PM EST
New York Knicks vs Sacramento Kings, 10:00 PM EST
Memphis Grizzlies vs Utah Jazz, 10:30 PM EST