NEW YORK, NEW YORK; BASKETBALL FAB PRIZE UP FOR GRABS: WIN a VIP Trip to See the New Jersey Nets and New York Knicks Tip off in the Big Apple

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK; BASKETBALL FAB PRIZE UP FOR GRABS: WIN a VIP Trip to See the New Jersey Nets and New York Knicks Tip off in the Big Apple


HERE'S a competition that should get every basketball fan excited!

The New Jersey Nets visit London in March to play the first regular-season games in Europe - and to celebrate, the NBA has teamed up with its official media partner in the UK, the Daily Mirror, to offer readers a chance to win a trip for two to New York to watch the Nets.

The prize includes flights, two nights in a hotel in New York and tickets to the clash between the Nets and the New York Knicks on February 12.

The Nets are currently occupying last place in the Eastern Conference Atlantic Division with a win-loss record of 9-23.

The Boston Celtics lead the division with a 24-6, six and a half games in front of the Knicks, whose record currently stands at 18 wins and 13 losses.

Each team plays 82 games in the regular season with the leading teams advancing to the play-offs.

If you miss out on the prize don't miss out on the opportunity to see the New Jersey Nets in action when they come to London to take on the Toronto Raptors in back-to-back games at the O2 Arena on March 4 and 5 2011. For tickets visit www.theo2.co.uk To be in with a chance of winning our fabulous prize, just answer the following question: In which of New York's boroughs will the Nets play in from 2012? A BROOKLYN B QUEENS C THE BRONX CALL 0901 609 2457 and follow instructions OR text SPORTDM followed by a space and then your answer, name, address & postcode to 84080. …

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