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NBA 2K9 Screenshots and Images - PS2

Game Description:NBA 2K elevates its game to deliver its best NBA experience yet. The robust franchise mode, The Association, expands its dominance with a new Player Ambitions system and an interface with NBA.com, letting you get the latest basketball buzz without leaving the game. Hot Zones built from real-life player data showcase each baller's favorite shots, so you know exactly when you'll hit nothin' but net. And when you do shoot, you'll see more realistic player movements thanks to the addition of more Signature Styles. This time around, even more of your favorite stars will play like they do on the actual court.
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