How to win $25,000 on the NBA with FOX Super 6

LEFT: DeMar DeRozan #10 of the San Antonio Spurs is defended by Jayden McDaniels #3 of the Minnesota Timberwolves during the first half on February 3, 2021 in San Antonio, Texas. RIGHT: Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors takes a shot agai (Ronald Cortes/Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

With football now in the rear-view mirror and baseball still more than a week away from pitchers and catchers reporting for spring training, the NBA has the undivided attention of most sports fans on a nightly basis.

The delayed start to the 2020-21 season is also seven weeks, with contenders old (Lakers, Clippers) and new (76ers, Nets) starting to emerge as the centerpieces of what promises to be an exciting run towards the playoffs.

With that as the background, this is a great time to get familiar with all things in "The Association" by playing FOX’s Super 6 on the NBA on Tuesday night. You could win $25,000 and the best thing of all- it’s free.

Just pick the winners to all six games and the winning margin and you can win the jackpot

Brooklyn Nets at Detroit Pistons

When: Tuesday, 7 p.m. ET
Where: Little Caesars Arena, Detroit
Records:  Nets (14-11), Pistons (5-18)

The Nets will be without Kevin Durant, who is in COVID-19 protocols until Friday while Kyrie Irving has been day to day with a finger injury that kept him out of Brooklyn’s 124-108 loss to Philadelphia. Brooklyn is hoping that Irving will be back for Tuesday night. Since trading for James Harden, the Nets are 7-4 but just 2-3 on the road. Detroit has lost four straight games and continues to struggle on the defensive end of the floor, allowing opponents to shoot 47 percent from the floor in their last 10 games.

New York Knicks at Miami Heat

When: Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. ET
Where: American Airlines Arena, Miami
Records: Knicks (11-14), Heat (9-14)

As the season approaches the halfway point, these two teams are in the hunt for those final playoff spots in the East so games like this become swing games. The Knicks have been led by Julius Randall, who has been averaging 22.7 points per game while averaging six assists. The Heat have won three of their last five, trying to dig out of an early hole that had the defending Eastern Conference champions reeling following a COVID-19 protocol stretch. Bam Adebayo leads the Heat with 20.9 points a game.

Houston Rockets at New Orleans Pelicans

When: Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. ET
Where: Smoothie King Center, New Orleans
Records:  Rockets (11-11), Pelicans (10-12)

Both teams are currently on the outside looking in at the Western Conference playoff berths. Houston is without leading scorer Christian Wood, who is out with a right ankle sprain. The Pelicans Zion Williamson played well in an earlier game against the Rockets this season, scoring 26 points while grabbing seven rebounds and four assists back on Jan. 30.

Golden State Warriors at San Antonio Spurs

When: Tuesday, 8:30 p.m,
Where: ATT Center, San Antonio
Records:  Warriors (12-11), Spurs (13-10) (Two teams will play each other on Monday night)

Second game of a back-to-back between the two teams in Texas and the third meeting between the two sides since Jan. 20. The Warriors are being carried by Steph Curry, who is averaging 29.4 points a game and who threw in 57 on Saturday night in a 134-132 loss at Dallas. The Spurs entered Monday’s game under .500 at home (6-7), but they have been seen DeMar DeRozan keep them right in the middle of the tight Western Conference playoff race.

Philadelphia 76ers at Sacramento Kings

When: Tuesday, 10 p.m. ET
Where: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento
Records:  76ers (17-7), Kings (12-11)

Joel Embiid and company head West to begin a four game road swing as the leaders in the Eastern Conference and with the big center getting serious MVP consideration with his 29.3 points, 10.7 rebound a game average.  Meanwhile, De’Aaron Fox and the Kings have won four straight with the last three coming over the Celtics, Nuggets and a road win against the Clippers Sunday.  Fox is averaging 23.0 points a game while shooting 48 percent from the floor.

Boston Celtics at Utah Jazz

When: Tuesday, 10 p.m. ET
Where: Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City
Records: Celtics (12-10), Jazz (19-5)

The Celtics end its five game western swing in Salt Lake City after splitting the first four games, Jayson Tatum has averaged 27.8 points a game during the road swing. Still, the task is tough because the Jazz are on fire- winning 15 of their last 16 games. Donovan Mitchell scored 27 points while adding 11 assists and nine rebounds in a 103-95 road win over Indiana to close out a 3-0 road swing through the East. Mike Conley is questionable with a hamstring injury.

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