We are now nine weeks into the 2010 NBA season, so we thought we’d send out another reminder about our excellent fantasy basketball games. If you don’t like how your fantasy basketball team is shaping up so far, simply ditch your season league to play daily and weekly fantasy basketball games, and even take part in our special weekend fantasy basketball game!
It’s never too late to turn your fantasy basketball season around at Fantazzle, with daily and weekly opportunities to pick brand new rosters of any players you want, while also getting the chance to compete against fellow fantasy basketball fans for cash prizes!
Our Daily Fantasy Basketball Challenge game allows you to pick whoever you want, while our Weekly Fantasy Basketball Salary Cap game has you pick your fantasy roster, while remaining under a fantasy budget of $1 million. You can also take our fantasy salary cap game one step further with the weekend Mini SuperStakes Fantasy Basketball game, which runs from Friday to Sunday, and gives you a chance at winning cash out of a large prize pool!
Fantasy Football Playoffs COMING SOON!
Your 2010 fantasy football season doesn’t have to end. In addition to weekly fantasy football running through the course of the regular season, Fantazzle will be offering two new fantasy football playoff games that will be played during the 2010 NFL Playoffs.
With almost all fantasy leagues done before the regular season is even over, Fantazzle takes you to Week 17 with our weekly fantasy football games, and then keeps the magic of the fantasy football season alive, all the way to the Super Bowl!
Our Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge game will run for the entire length of the 2010 NFL Playoffs, as fantasy owners will have to pick the best lineup that can both produce points, and last as long as possible in the playoffs. Pick any 2 QB, 3 RB, 3 WR, and 2 TE to complete your fantasy roster once the playoff schedule is set, and sit back as your team accumulates points throughout the NFL Playoffs.
The Fantasy Football Playoff Salary Cap game will take the form of our usual regular season Weekly Fantasy Football Salary Cap game, only it will be offered in every single round of the playoffs. Simply pick the best possible lineup while remaining under a fantasy salary cap of $1 million, and test your fantasy skills each week against other fantasy players. If you don’t succeed during the Wild Card round, simply start over in the Divisional, Championship, and/or Super Bowl rounds! With Fantazzle, fantasy football doesn’t officially end until the 2010 NFL season has seen it’s last snap!
Good luck to all who play games this week!
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