Dear NBA.com, Bring Back Pick One

Let’s be honest here: fantasy basketball is rather boring. It lacks a certain pizzazz that fantasy baseball and, the King of Fantasy Sports, fantasy football, both possess.

The official website of the NBA had been doing a brilliant job in past seasons, keeping fans involved with the season and its players through their NBA Pick One fantasy game which required a mix of strategy and basketball knowledge.

However, with the season starting on Christmas, NBA.com has yet to make Pick One available to fans.

In a season that will be aimed towards regaining fan support after a messy offseason, the NBA needs to hear from us.

To contact nba.com, go HERE. For your topic, choose Improving NBA.com.

And, to make it even easier for you, here is a generic letter you can copy, paste, and send:

To Whom It May Concern at NBA.com:

As a fan of the NBA, I, as many, have been dejected by the lockout  that erased a large piece of the 2011-2012 season.

I am excited for the season to start on Christmas; however, I feel as if the season (as well as NBA.com) will be even more impaired by the lack of the fantasy game NBA Pick One.

Playing NBA Pick One has made me more interested in the NBA’s games and players, causing me to visit NBA.com daily.

Hopefully NBA Pick One can be set-up before tip-off on Christmas.

Sincerely,
(Your Name)

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One thought on “Dear NBA.com, Bring Back Pick One”

  1. To Whom It May Concern at NBA.com:

    As a fan of the NBA, I, as many, have been dejected by the lockout that erased a large piece of the 2011-2012 season.

    I am excited for the season to start on Christmas; however, I feel as if the season (as well as NBA.com) will be even more impaired by the lack of the fantasy game NBA Pick One.

    Playing NBA Pick One has made me more interested in the NBA’s games and players, causing me to visit NBA.com daily.

    Hopefully NBA Pick One can be set-up before tip-off on Christmas.

    Sincerely,
    Andre B.

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