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FanDuel information and tips for Friday's tilt between the Raptors and Bucks

The Raptors host the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday night and you can play along in a one-day fantasy basketball tournament presented by FanDuel, SB Nation, and Raptors HQ!

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Your Toronto Raptors host the Milwaukee Bucks tonight at the ACC in the fifth game of a six-game homestand. We're here to give you the opportunity to play along with this and other games on tonight's 11-game NBA slate, simply by joining one of the many one-day fantasy basketball tournaments available on FanDuel.

Here are some helpful links:

  • Click here to sign up for FanDuel if you haven't already. Raptors HQ readers get a 100 percent first time matching deposit bonus (up to $200).
  • Click here to enter the contest we're promoting tonight. It only costs $2 to play, the top 23,000 entries win an immediate cash payout, and first place walks away with a cool $15,000.
  • If you're not sure how FanDuel works, check out our initial post on the partnership from the start of the season.

If you're looking to get a Raptor into your lineup, we've got you covered:

Bismack Biyombo ($4,000)

This space could simply be used to tell you to play Kyle Lowry every week, but that's basically a given at this point. If you're looking for a decent value play, Biyombo has had a couple solid games in a row and is starting to look like a bargain as a starter at the near-minimum salary of $4,000. Over his last two, he's averaging 12.5 points, 10.0 rebounds, 1.0 block, and hasn't turned the ball over once in 27.5 minutes per contest, which equates to a cool 26.5 fantasy points per game. He's susceptible to the occasional dud, but it's worth rolling with him tonight to see if he can build on consecutive strong performances.

Join me in the comment section and we'll take a look around the league at some other solid plays for tonight.

Note: This is a sponsored post from FanDuel, a site that features all sorts of one-day fantasy basketball tournaments (like this one). All of the opinions in this post are my own, and as an FYI, FanDuel gave me some cash to play its daily fantasy games.