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John John is, at 30-feet, the tallest man in the history of the NBA. Jimmy, at 1-foot, is the shortest. They’re...not your average NBA2k16 players.
The date is April 19, 2021. In my bizarre alternate dimension, it’s LeBron James’ first playoff game as a Philadelphia 76er.
Welcome to 2015, everyone.
Matt Simon, a teenage basketball fan, is currently battling a "debilitating disease". Not that you'd know this, since he also just hit the free agent pool in NBA2K15, meaning anyone with the game can now have him go face-to-face with (or put him in the same lineup as) LeBron James.
1. Utah Jazz - Karl Malone and John Stockton
Who could have guessed that in between choking dudes and fighting his kids Darth Vader would find the time to be a video game baller.
As we have discussed before, Philadelphia 76ers rookie Joel Embiid is the best at Twitter. He continued to be the best at it last week, when he sent an unsolicited direct message to a member of 2K Sports' marketing team in an attempt to juice his stats in the upcoming NBA 2K15.
Casey Jones replaced his hockey stick with a pair of basketball shoes for this one, to join the Turtles and play basketball in this NBA 2K14 mod by MkEliteWorksX.
It's not news that Yao Ming is a gigantic human being, but it's still astonishing when he's juxtaposed with a regular-sized person. Take this AP photo from the All-Star Game, and know that it wasn't edited at all.
Marvel and DC superheroes in a modded NBA 2k14... just what basketball needed! A modder named MGX has done just that with the PC version of the game, adding 25 well-known heroes to the roster.
Want to see something weird? Boot up NBA Live and make sure to install the latest roster update. Now select either the Miami Heat or Brooklyn Nets. Go out to the court, and LeBron James' player indicator now says "King James."
Playing with the Houston Rockets shouldn't mean blasting off like a shuttle across the basketball court. That's the glitchy, NBA 2K14 way of avoiding interviews. But hey, at least they've got LeBron's running speed correct!
Get over here! Dwight Howard of the NBA's Houston Rockets is apparently a Mortal Kombat enthusiast. Here he is re-enacting Scorpion's signature move during pre-game introductions against Brooklyn on Friday. [NBA on YouTube]
The Xbox 360 was released on November 22, 2005. It had 18 launch titles. Now that the Xbox One has been revealed along with a few of its launch games, let's take a look back at the launch titles the 360 had, and see how they hold up.
The constant progression of annual sport titles has another advantage besides the games getting more and more realistic every year. It creates moments where the players go nuts—suddenly, our ordinary game turns itself into Dragon Ball Z or Super Smash TV. We selected below a few of these from the last few years' FIFA…