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NBA Ballers: Rebound Latest News - PSP

Game Description:To live like the biggest NBA superstar you've gotta have more than game. In the beginning, though, game's all you've got. Create a customized player and play one-on-one matchups against the best ballers on the planet. Win, and you'll go from no-name to legend. Along the way, you'll also compete for pimped-out rides, new threads, and monster cribs. Building on the console experience of NBA Ballers: Phenom, Rebound adds two PSP-exclusive modes: DunkFest and King of Thieves, plus new PSP-exclusive luxury courts. WiFi multiplayer features Great Balls of Fire and Maximum Juice modes. Rebound also marks the Ballers franchise debut for tons of superstars. Rosters are fully updated.
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NBA Ballers: Rebound 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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