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Introducing FanDuel: 1-day Fantasy Sports

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A better way to play fantasy sports.

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You've probably heard of FanDuel.com, the one-day fantasy sports program. Are you interested in playing for free or for cash? Keep reading

The NBA season is here and you've got a chance to use your inside knowledge of the game to dominate everyone else (probably Rocket fans). How does that sound?

Disclosure: Even though this is a sponsored post with affiliate links, all of the opinions in this post are my own. And as an FYI, FanDuel gave me some cash to play its daily fantasy game.

The thing that just kills be with fantasy football and basketball is keeping up with it through a long season, which is why FanDuel's short-term contests are perfect for those with short attention spans.

Note that you have to be 18 or older to play and must live in the US or Canada. For those in Arizona, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, and Washington are unable to play for money.

Here's a beginner's guide to the NBA and here's where you can actually play in an SB Nation-affiliated league. Have fun and good luck!

How it works from FanDuel on Vimeo.