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NBA Ballers: Phenom Latest News - PS2

Game Description:Take the shot of a lifetime by trading your guts for all the glory of NBA superstardom. With the NBA Finals in Los Angeles, street ballers from around the country have headed west for the chance to turn heads on street courts, get noticed by the right people, and live the NBA dream - and they've got one week to do it. Create a custom character and enter streetball tournaments. Flash your skills in two-on-two matchups against NBA players and with innovative blacktop freestyling. Along the way, you'll also compete for pimped-out rides, new threads, and monster cribs. Do you have what it takes to be the next phenom?
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NBA Ballers: Phenom News

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  • 'NBA Ballers: Chosen One' Picks Teams

    The rosters have been chosen and announced for basketball game NBA Ballers: Chosen One, and all of the usual suspects are there, including superstars like Kobe Bryant and LeBron James, wunderkinds like Kevin Durant and the injured but still hyped Greg Oden, and legends like Oscar Robertson and the game changer himself, Dr. J, Julius...

    Posted March 26, 2008| 1 Comment

    'NBA Ballers: Chosen One' Picks Teams

 


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