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09 Apr: 12-Year-Old College Basketball Whiz Kid Sam Holtz Doesn’t Go Home Empty Handed

Sam Holtz, the 12-year-old from Hawthorn Woods, Illinois, made national headlines this week when he tied for first out of 11.57 million entries in the ESPN Tournament Challenge.

One of the potential prizes for those in the top 1 percent of brackets entered (about 115,700 other entries) included a $20,000 Best Buy gift card.

Sam used his dad Butch’s email address, but rules stated a Tournament Challenge contestant had to be at least 18 years old to win.

Because he wasn’t eligible to win the overall prize, Best Buy then reached out to the Holtz family and offered a $1,000 gift card to celebrate Sam’s college basketball prowess.

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10 Mar: VIDEO: A 90 Second Multi-Screen March Madness Game Plan

Hope you’ve polished your “going out” shoes.

It’s time for the Big Dance.

With the 2014 NCAA men’s basketball tournament just days ahead, Best Buy’s showcasing four fantastic ways for you to enjoy Multi-Screen March Madness in the 90-second video above.

Then again, if you aren’t into incredibly easy video tutorials and would rather read a how-to, check out the following can’t-fail game plan.

 

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