New Customers Get 100/1 On A $1 NBA Playoff Bet With DraftKings Sportsbook

The NBA Playoffs are in full swing at the moment and things are going down to the wire in a number of the Round 1 series of matches. New customers at DraftKings Sportsbook can enjoy a taste of the action too thanks to the sites exciting Bet $1, Win $100 offer.

Now if that type of deal looks familiar to you, then it will likely be because DraftKings has run very similar promotions before and they all work in roughly the same way.

What it means though is that throughout the remaining NBA Playoffs games, right the way through to the final Conference Championship game on the 6th or 7th July, if you are a new sign up at the site, you can claim this offer.

Bet $1 Win $100 In Site Credits

This offer covers any of the remaining NBA Playoff games leading up to the NBA Championship series and is available from the 1st June through to the 6th or 7th of July (when the final Conference Championship game is played).

If you are a new DraftKings Sportsbook customer then you can claim this offer by signing up with the site and then making a deposit of at least $5 into your new Sportsbook account during the qualifying period.

Once you have made your deposit, you then need to place a bet of at least $1 on the money line market for any of the NBA Playoff games taking place during the qualifying period.

If your team wins and you land the bet, then you will receive a bonus of $100 in DK Dollars, which is the term used for the site credit.

Once you have played through your DK Dollars once, then you can withdraw them from your account.

New customers can access this offers once and they must be located in CO, IA, IL, IN, MI, NJ, PA, VA or WV in order to access the offer.

Let’s now look at the current situation in the Playoffs after last night’s games saw another team confirmed in the Conference Semifinals.

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Last Night, the Brooklyn Nets confirmed their place in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, where they will take on the Milwaukee Bucks in what looks like being a mouth-watering series between the two.

Another dominant display against the Boston Celtics, saw the Nets claim a 123-109 victory to give them a 4-1 win in the series.

Last night, it was James Harden’s turn to shine as he landed a Triple-Double, with 10 rebounds, 10 assists and a team-high 34 points. The usual suspects Kyrie Irving (25 points) and Kevin Durant (24 points) also chipped in with significant contributions.

In the first of last night’s other two games, the Denver Nuggets edged a high scoring encounter with the Portland Trail Blazers 147-140 after overtime in order to take a potentially decisive 3-2 lead in the series.

MVP contender Nikola Jokic was again the man to watch scoring 38 points with 11 rebounds and 9 assists, but he was ably supported by Monte Morris (28 points) and Michael Porter Jr. (26 points, 12 rebounds) in particular.

Damian Lillard had an outstanding individual game for the Blazers, scoring 55 points, with 10 assists and 6 rebounds, but his huge effort proved to be in vain as Portland head into the next game knowing they must win in order to take the series into a final game decider.

Suns Cast Long Shadow Over Lacklustre Lakers

In the final game last night, the long-time favorites to repeat their NBA Championship victory of

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last season, the Los Angeles Lakers, now find themselves just one game from elimination after a chastening 115-85 defeat to the Phoenix Suns.

The Suns now lead the series 3-2, with the final game scheduled to be played back at their Talking Stick Resort Arena.

The game was effectively over at half time, with the Suns taking a 30 point lead with them into the interval and the Lakers could not even muster enough form to make a dent in that lead in the remaining two quarters.

LeBron James top scored with 24 points for the Lakers who sorely missed Anthony Davis (pictured).

Devin Booker was the star man for Phoenix with 30 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists in what was an impressive team effort in the first half, which allowed the Suns to give some game time to their replacements in the final two quarters.

If you fancy using the DraftKings offer on tonight’s action in the NBA Playoffs, first up we have the Washington Wizards facing the Philadelphia 76ers with the 76ers leading that series 3-1. This is followed by the New York Knicks against the Atlanta Hawks, with the Hawks holding a 3-1 lead.

Next up is the Utah Jazz who face the Memphis Grizzlies with a 3-1 lead in their favor, before the final game of the night sees the Dallas Mavericks and Los Angeles Clippers clash with their series tied at 2-2.


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