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NBA Live 09 Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description:Plenty of sports games raise their performance from year to year. NBA Live 09 does it on a daily basis. With NBA Live's remarkable new Dynamic DNA, each player acts like his real-life counterpart from the start and evolves throughout the season with daily updates from NBA Live 365. Constantly updated injury info and other stats power NBA Rewind, which lets you play any game under the same conditions the real players faced. Master the two-man game with new Pick-and-Roll Control, or be one of ten players battling in new five-on-five online play. Then practice at the new NBA Academy, and much more.
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