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    Looking for a distraction from NFL grind of Rams 2011. Just doing a fun NBA league with some friends, welcome to join.


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    wants you to play in a free Fantasy Basketball league on Fleaflicker. Follow the link below to start playing:

    http://www.fleaflicker.com/nba/league?leagueId=6172&invite=true

    League name: Hoops Inc. (this is a publicleague and does not require a password)

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    Never heard of fleaflicker... is it good? Free?

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