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Friday's winner will pocket $100.

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Orlando Pinstriped Post and SB Nation invite you to take part in another exclusive FanDuel tournament Friday. This one features a bonus for OPP readers: use the promo code SBNMagic to get a 100 percent deposit bonus.

There's space for 110 entrants in Friday's FanDuel tournament. First prize is $100, and each of the top 20 finishers will earn money.

New to FanDuel? Don't worry: this guide has you covered. You can also watch this quick video to learn more about the game.

And now, some FanDuel tips with an Orlando Magic spin:

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Tobias Harris has been sneakily productive on the Magic's West Coast trip, averaging 17 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.8 assists, and 1.3 steals across those four games. In addition, he's shooting 47 percent from the floor and 92.9 percent from the foul line. He's a strong bargain play against the Utah Jazz, given their poor defense.

Also keep an eye on Kyle O`Quinn word: he's seen an expanded role in the games Nikola Vucevic has missed due to a back injury. Though his per-game numbers of 10.3 points and five boards during the roadtrip look modest, he could be in line for a productive outing Friday.

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Channing Frye can't seem to get it going in Orlando. The Magic's big free-agent addition is averaging just 5.3 points per game on his last four, despite playing 29.5 minutes per contest. Apart from hitting 1.8 three-pointers per game at a 36.8 percent clip, he's not contributing much else. Look elsewhere for threes Friday.

Set your lineups now and prepare for Friday's tournament. Sign up for FanDuel using the promo code SBNMAGIC to earn your 100 percent deposit bonus.

DISCLOSURE: Even though this post is a sponsored one with affiliate links, all of the opinions in it are my own. FanDuel gave me some cash to play its daily fantasy games.

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