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FanDuel Tourney #3 Tonight!

SB Nation FanDuel tournament number three is coming up on Friday. We've got a $5 entry, room for 110 entries. $100 to first, top 20 get paid. Below is enough information to at least put you in contention to be the big winner. I stake my entire reputation on it. So read the goodies I've included, then scroll back to the top and use this link to put together your winning lineup. Did I say use #FanDuelSBN to brag about your lineup? Use #FanDuelSBN to brag about your lineup.

Phantasy Phix

Your Suns are spending the weekend in Texas with games against Dallas and Houston. They enter the road trip coming off a win, a 116-99 defeat of the Pacers on Wednesday. I'm told that before Indiana they played games against the Magic and the Nuggets, but I've been unable to locate any detaisl of those two matchups.

Who loves the Mavericks?

Eric Bledsoe. I mean Eric Bledsoe really loves Dallas. On December 21st he hit 9 of 12 shots and went 3 of 4 from three for 25 points. He stepped it up even more in the final matchup on April 12th. 11 of 15 from the field, 2 of 2 from behind the arc for 29 points, his third highest output last season.

Who hates the Mavericks?

Gerald Green. Green struggled shooting the ball against Dallas last season. Things started off well, with a 6 of 10, 22 point effort on December 21st. Then things turned sour. Green shot 4 of 13 on January 17th, then 2 of 9 in a 9 point effort on April 12th in the series finale.

Who loves the Rockets?

P.J. Tucker. Last season Tucker shot better than 60% from the field when attempting at least 10 shots on four occasions. Half of those came against Houston. On December 4th he scored 18 points on 8 of 13 shooting, and on February 5th he tallied 13 points, going 6 of 10 from the field.

Who hates the Rockets?

Isaiah Thomas. IT started off on a high note last season against Houston, shooting 7 of 12 from the field and scoring 19 points on December 15th. Things went downhill from there. Shooting percentages of 37% and 35% followed, before a 4 of 14, 12 point effort in the fourth and final matchup of the season.

Who loves the Suns?

Monta Ellis. Ellis scored 37 points against Phoenix on April 12th, tied for the most points he scored all season. He hit 15 of 23 field goals, the most shots he hit in 2013-14.

Patrick Beverley. On February 23rd of last season, Beverly hit 50% of his shots from the field and behind the arc to score 20 against Phoenix, tied for his season high.

Who hates the Suns?

Tyson Chandler. Chandler only got one crack at Phoenix last year, and it wasn't much to watch. There were only three games last season in which he failed to make a field goal. One of those came against the Suns. In 29 minutes he shot 0 of 4 from the field and tallied a single point.

James Harden. Harden really hates the Suns. Get ready for these numbers. Last season Harden had a pair of 23 point performances, both on underwhelming 40% shooting in February. Ok, get ready. On December 4th, Harden shot 3 of 17 from the field, and 0 of 10 from behind the arc. It was easily his worst shooting night of the season. He did managed to total 14 points by hitting all 8 attempts from the free throw line.

Last Call

Now you're ready to get paid. Forget scrolling to the top, I'll save you some time. Here's the link again to get in on Friday night's SB Nation FanDuel tournament. Post your lineup in the comment section and use #FanDuelSBN to show off your GM skills.

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