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Game Description:Some players have greatness in their genes. Now a video game does too! Each player in NBA Live 09 has been built with all-new Player DNA, with opponent-by-opponent tendencies broken down so you know where to look for the hot hand. You can also take advantage of Hot Spots 2.0, an on-court, in-game display showing where each player likes to shoot. Start out in Practice Mode to focus on the fundamentals. Then use the all-new Be a Pro option to live the NBA career of your favorite star. Improvements to Dynasty Mode let you woo free agents in a negotiation mini-game, or you can dominate the world in a 24-team FIBA World Championships series.
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