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NBA 2K8 Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:You start the charge from half-court. You power around the key, lifting off with miles left to go. Finally, you jam the ball through the net in the ultimate slam dunk! That's just one of the new features in 2K8, and it takes place on a neon-lit outdoor court in the middle of the Vegas strip. Take on three friends in the three-round contest and enjoy dominance on the court as you choose your dunker from an all-star roster, including Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Gerald Green. All the classic 2K features are back, along with a brand-new defense system and more options for running plays while on offense.
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  • 2K Sports Confirms Michael Jordan For NBA 2K11 Cover

    2K Sports has confirmed that basketball great Michael Jordan will grace the cover of NBA 2K11. 2K Sports vice president of marketing Jason Argent told CNBC that the decision to pursue Jordan for the cover was inspired by their confidence in the fact that NBA 2K11 is “the best NBA video game ever made.” Read More?

    Posted June 2, 2010

    2K Sports Confirms Michael Jordan For NBA 2K11 Cover
  • NBA Finals Prediction: NBA 2K8

    Posted: June 4, 2008

    1,601 Views | 01:18 | 3 Comments

  • Mr. Sark Dunk Contest Results

    Posted: March 27, 2008

    1,366 Views | 01:57 | 2 Comments

  • Mr. Sark Gamer Challenge: 2K8 Slam Dunk Contest

    Posted: March 20, 2008

    994 Views | 01:38 | 2 Comments

  • NBA 2K8 Review

    Posted: October 19, 2007

    4,895 Views | 02:47 | 4 Comments

 


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