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Game Description:Live the hoop dream like never before with NBA 2K6. Experience the superstar lifestyle in 24/7 Mode, where you'll build your own baller and guide him through every aspect of an NBA career. Develop his skills, raise his game, trump the competition, and earn endorsements. The V.I.P. System remembers profiles of friends, online foes, and the world's top 2K6 players so you can learn their habits and download their profiles, even when they're not around! Earn new Crib Credits to pimp your pad, play mini-games, or buy music. Take full reign of an NBA franchise in The Association. Go online for league play, stat tracking, buddy-list management, and more.
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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
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