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NBA Street Vol 2 by Electronic Arts

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  • Platform: Game Cube
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Developer: Electronic Arts
  • Category: Sports

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Take your skillz to a new level and challenge the greatest basketball icons to ever play the game, from the baddest old school legends to the hottest players of today. Feel the dominance of Wilt Chamberlain and Shaquille O'Neal. Soar above the rim with Dr. J and Michael Jordan. Run the show like Magic and Pistol Pete. That's right this is your chance to defeat the best the street has to offer with all-new dunks, passes, dribbles, and special moves. Enter the most real urban worlds ever created and begin your journey to become a street legend.

Nate Archibald:
Ht. 6-1 / Wt. 160
College: Texas El-Paso
NBA Teams: Cincinnati/Kansas City (70-76), New York Nets (76-77), Buffalo (77-78), Boston (78-83), Milwaukee (83-84)

In 1972-73, Nate Archibald became the only NBA player to lead the league in scoring and assists in the same year. Averaging 34 points and 11.4 assists per game for that year, "Tiny" proved that he belonged with the big guys. Archibald finished his career ranked ninth on the all-time assists list. He was chosen for the All-Star Game six times and in 1996 was named one of the 50 greatest players of NBA history.

Rich Barry:
Ht. 6-7 / Wt. 205
College: Miami (FL)
ABA Teams: Oakland (1968-69), Washington (1969-70), New York (1970-71 to 1971-72)
NBA Teams: Philadelphia 76ers (1976-1987)

Only one player has led the NCAA, the ABA, and the NBA in scoring for a season: Rick Barry. The man who shot his free throws underhanded averaged over 30 points a game in four different seasons on his way to a 25,000-point career. He could score on an opponent almost at will. Barry played in 12 All-Star games and carried a mediocre Golden State Warrior team to its first and only NBA Championship.

Elgin Baylor:
Ht. 6-5 / Wt. 225
College: The College of Idaho, Seattle University
NBA Teams: Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers (1958-71)

In 14 years with the Minneapolis and LA Lakers, Elgin Baylor averaged over 27 points and 13 rebounds a game, and led the Lakers to eight NBA finals. The 11-time NBA All-Star became the first player to score more than 70 points in a game, and was the first player to finish in the top five in four different statistical categories: scoring, rebounding, assists, and free-throw percentage in 1963.

Larry Bird:
Ht. 6-9 / Wt. 220
College: Indiana State
NBA Teams: Boston (1978-92)

The 1979 NBA Rookie of the Year personified hustle, consistency and excellence in all areas of play. That rookie was Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics. A long-range shooter who thrived best under pressure, Bird led his team to five NBA Finals and three league championships during his 13-year career. When he retired, the 12-time NBA All-Star and member of the 1992 Olympic Dream Team held or shared 27 Celtics records.

Wilt Chamberlain:
Ht. 7-1 / Wt. 275
College: Kansas
NBA Teams: Philadelphia/Golden State (1959-65), Philadelphia (1965-68) & Los Angeles Lakers (1968-73)

Wilt Chamberlain was a dominant force. Wilt "the Stilt" could score in almost any situation, at any time, against any player. His 100 points in one game stands as one of sports' seemingly unbreakable records. He also holds NBA single-game marks with 55 rebounds and 18 consecutive field goals. During the 1961-62 season, Chamberlain averaged an unbelievable 50.4 points per game. He was perhaps the greatest player ever.

Bob Cousy:
Ht. 6-7 / Wt. 185
College: Holy Cross
Boston (1950-1963), Cincinnati Royals (1969-70)

Nicknamed "The Houdini of the Hardwood," Boston's Bob Cousy was one of the first players to bring flair and pizzazz to the game. "The Cooz", who led the league in assists eight consecutive seasons, helped lead the Boston Celtics to six NBA titles and was named to 13 All-Star teams. A career 80% free throw shooter, Cousy finished his career averaging 7.5 assists and 18.4 points per game.

Darryl Dawkins:
Ht. 6-11 / Wt. 252
NBA Teams: Philadelphia (1975-82), New Jersey (1982-87), Utah (1987-88), Detroit (1988-89)

One of the most flamboyant players in the game, Darryl Dawkins skipped college ball altogether and made the jump to the NBA from high school. Dawkins, who claimed to have come from the planet "Lovetron," was quick to make his mark on the league. Drafted #5 overall by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1975, he led his team to the NBA finals in only his third season. Dawkins is known for his dunk that shattered the backboard.

Clyde Drexler:
Ht. 6-7 / Wt. 222
College: Houston
NBA Teams: Portland (1983-95), Houston (1995-98)

The pro career of Clyde Drexler began in 1983 with the Portland Trail Blazers. Clyde "The Glide" led Portland to two Western Conference titles in three years only to fall short in the finals. In 1995, Drexler was traded to the Rockets and helped lead them to their first league title. When he retired, Drexler was as one of three players in NBA history to finish with 20,000 points, 6,000 rebounds, and 3,000 assists.

Dr. Julius Erving:
Ht. 6-7 / Wt. 200
College: Massachusetts
ABA Teams: Virginia (1971-72 to 1972-73), New York (1973-74 to 1975-76)
NBA Teams: Philadelphia 76ers (1976-1987)

After a phenomenal collegiate career, the Julius Erving story had just begun. Erving was one of six players in NCAA history to average over 20 points and 20 rebounds a game. In 16-years with the ABA and NBA, the man known as "Dr. J" finished his pro career with four league MVP awards and an NBA championship in 1983. He is one of only three players in history to score more than 30,000career points.

Walt Frazier:
Ht. 6-4 / Wt. 200
College: Southern Illinois University
NBA Teams: New York (1967-77), Cleveland (1977-80)

Walt Frazier and New York City. It was a match made in heaven. The man known to most as "Clyde" electrified New York Knick fans for 10 seasons with a blend of smooth drives, mid-range jump shots, and a stingy defensive style of play. The 1967 Rookie of the Year led the Knicks to the 1970 and 1973 NBA titles. "Clyde" finished his career with seven All-Star selections and seven NBA's All-Defensive First Team awards.

Michael Jordan:
Ht. 6-6 / Wt. 216
College: North Carolina
NBA Teams: Chicago (1984-93, 1994-98) Washington (2001-present)

Simply put, Michael Jordan redefined the game of basketball. After winning a national championship at North Carolina, "MJ" burst onto the pro scene in 1984-85, winning NBA Rookie of the Year honors. Then Air Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA titles in the 1990s. Jordan won 10 NBA scoring titles (including seven consecutive years), five league MVP awards, and six NBA Finals MVP awards.

Magic Johnson:
Ht. 6-9 / Wt. 255
College: Michigan State
NBA Teams: Los Angeles Lakers (1979-91, 1996)

The fast-breaks, the no-look behind-the-back passes, the jump-hooks... Earvin Johnson was simply Magic. After capturing the national Championship his senior season at Michigan State, Magic Johnson played 13 years for the LA Lakers. He won his first NBA Championship in his second season and led LA to four more during the 80's. The 12-time All-Star won the league's MVP award and Finals MVP Award three times each.

Pistol Pete:
Ht. 6-5 / Wt. 200
College: Louisiana State
NBA Teams: Atlanta (1970-74), New Orleans/Utah (1974-80), Boston (1980)

With his amazing ball-handling skills and court vision, Pete Maravich brought the behind-the-back dribble and the through-the-legs pass to the mainstream of the NBA. His circus-like maneuvers and free spirited style of play helped "Pistol Pete" earn five NBA All-Star births. A true scorer, Maravich captured one league scoring title and was near the top of the assists category in all 10 of his NBA seasons.
25 NBA Legends - Challenge the best players of all time featuring their original, old-school game jerseys and player-specific signature moves.

* 3 Different Modes to Choose From - Pick-Up Game, NBA Team Challenge, Be a Legend.

* My Rules - Customize how YOU want to play the game.

* Multiplayer - Play against the CPU, friends or team up against the best players in the world (1-4 players).

* Off the HEZAY - Make your opponent look like a chump by passing the ball off his head!

* Back 2 Papa - Pass the ball off the backboard to yourself or a teammate for the alley-oop.

* Be the oop! - Pass the ball to another player, retaining control of the player without the ball. You can use the option to alley-oop the ball to yourself.

* Second Level Gamebreaker - School your opponent big time with the show-stopping Second Level Gamebreaker. You also have the option to pocket Gamebreakers for use laterin the game.

* The Country's Best Courts - Seven authentic urban worlds that re-create the feel and grit of the true street game.

* Spectacular New Animations - Over 500 new animations. New 360-degree rendering allows for an infinite number of camera angles.
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