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NBA 2K3 Latest News - PS2

Game Description:NBA 2K3 brings you the excitement of NBA basketball like never before. Smoother motion captures, more realistic player behavior, and more detailed graphics will put you right on the court. Sweat and facial expressions will further convey the intensity of this fast-paced sport. Your favorite players are rendered with painstaking detail, with their current favorite shoes, headbands, armbands, and facial expressions. Play in all the major arenas, or take it to the streets in Venice Beach or Rucker Park. Exciting ESPN commentary and simulated TV camera coverage make NBA 2K3 a must for any basketball fan.
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  • 2K Sports Confirms Michael Jordan For NBA 2K11 Cover

    2K Sports has confirmed that basketball great Michael Jordan will grace the cover of NBA 2K11. 2K Sports vice president of marketing Jason Argent told CNBC that the decision to pursue Jordan for the cover was inspired by their confidence in the fact that NBA 2K11 is “the best NBA video game ever made.” Read More?

    Posted June 2, 2010

    2K Sports Confirms Michael Jordan For NBA 2K11 Cover

 


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