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Game Description:NBA 2K elevates its game to deliver its best NBA experience yet. Advanced Shot Stick controls have gotten even better, letting you change shots in mid-air. Teammates use Adaptive AI to respond in real time to your moves, while your opponent uses it to counteract your game. An enhanced franchise mode now links with NBA.com for the latest basketball buzz, delivers player info that goes beyond the court, and adds new mini-game drills. Go online for games and rankings. Or post your own highlights with the revamped Reelmaker. The 2009 edition also features a new broadcast team, 2KHD presentation, and much more. 
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