97.3 ESPN, South Jersey Sports leader and home of Sixers basketball, the NBA, the NBA playoffs and the NBA Finals is sending one lucky VIP Club member and a guest to see the professional basketball game of their choice!

That one lucky winner will receive:

  • Two tickets to their choice of any NBA game
  • Airfare for two
  • Two days, one night hotel stay
  • $300 cash

Now Mike Gill already gave you his 7 must-attend NBA games this year, I have a list 5 must-see players in the NBA this season.

1. LeBron James
The King. James is still at the top of his game competing for yet another NBA Championship and yet, another, MVP award. Add Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love to the mix and James remains the must-see player in the NBA.
2. Kevin Durant
KD has missed some time this season due to injury which has contributed to the slow start of the Thunder this season, but Durant remains at the top of his game. Offensively, he is just rolling right now and can still hit any shot from any part of the floor. If OKC happens to make the playoffs as a low seed, watch out.
3. Anthony Davis
The Brow. Anthony Davis is really coming into his own this season and has supplanted himself as one of the best players in the NBA. Davis could even be the most complete player in the NBA. Who knows, maybe you'll even be able to catch a buzzer beater.
4. Tim Duncan
Make sure you check Twitter to see if he's actually playing first! If he is, you'll be watching one of the greatest players in NBA history on one of his final farewell tours with the Spurs. Year after year, Duncan and the Spurs continue to be in the mix. Although his game may not be that exciting, he's still a marvel to watch play.
5. Blake Griffin
I did have James Harden and his beard written down here, but ultimately decided to go here. Griffin is pure entertainment with his athleticism and his ability to leap out of the building at any point during the basketball game. He is injured now for a few weeks so you'll have to wait this one out, but he is worth the wait. He's worked on some of his offensive technique as well which is also fun to watch.

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