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# 1 slliMMills @ 08/20/10 12:20 PM
nice...I thought folks was saying LbJ logo on his headband should be centered...great bench animation
 
# 2 CD90 @ 08/20/10 12:23 PM
Everything before the tip-off is just
 
# 3 VDusen04 @ 08/20/10 12:27 PM
I like those animations where a player receiving a tough pass sort of has to turn around and gather the ball before continuing forward, perhaps bobbling it along the way.
 
# 4 STLRams @ 08/20/10 12:28 PM
Interesting... it seems 2K is upping its presentation even more. Great find. Im really hoping there is finally a halftime show, showing highlights of the first half, and key moments with commentary breaking down the action. They need to go all out and have a NFL2K5 style halftime show, showing highlights of other games going on around the league also - would be greatly implementated with the NBA Today feature.
 
# 5 XenoZograscope @ 08/20/10 12:28 PM
I was expecting a little bit more from the introduction this year from 2K, but it's solid.
 
# 6 Eman5805 @ 08/20/10 12:33 PM
I like how everyone was pointing to their side of the court when the shot went out of bounds.

It's the little things.

Also, I'm not sure, but I think I just saw a different shot for Haslem than I did in another video. He was wide open in the other but this one he pumped, freed himself up, then got off a very quick shot. Does this mean players have a different shot for when their wide open (set shot) than they do when they're covered (off the dribble, jump shot)? If so then...

I can't properly express myself for fear of being moderated in some way for foul exclamations, so just picture someone pumping their fists shouting a slew of excited bleeps.

Edit: Watched it again and you can see the example in this vid:

Watch Haslem shoot at 7:52 then again at 8:35. The shots are different.

*continues excitedly cursing a blue streak*
 
# 7 Gosens6 @ 08/20/10 12:37 PM
The one thing I like about this video is that the player was really being punished for his horrid play on both ends of the court.
 
# 8 Mr_Riddick @ 08/20/10 12:43 PM
I can't wait for this game!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
# 9 VDusen04 @ 08/20/10 12:44 PM
I'm not used to Caron Butler on Dallas yet. I keep thinking that's Michael Finley down there.
 
# 10 bearschicago @ 08/20/10 12:45 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by VDusen04
I like those animations where a player receiving a tough pass sort of has to turn around and gather the ball before continuing forward, perhaps bobbling it along the way.
Yes. This is what I wanted out of a lead/tough pass and now its implemented!! This really takes realism to a new level at least for me.
 
# 11 richmo @ 08/20/10 12:53 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Eman5805
I like how everyone was pointing to their side of the court when the shot went out of bounds.

It's the little things.

Also, I'm not sure, but I think I just saw a different shot for Haslem than I did in another video. He was wide open in the other but this one he pumped, freed himself up, then got off a very quick shot. Does this mean players have a different shot for when their wide open (set shot) than they do when they're covered (off the dribble, jump shot)? If so then...

I can't properly express myself for fear of being moderated in some way for foul exclamations, so just picture someone pumping their fists shouting a slew of excited bleeps.

Edit: Watched it again and you can see the example in this vid:

Watch Haslem shoot at 7:52 then again at 8:35. The shots are different.

*continues excitedly cursing a blue streak*

You might be on to something...if the first one wasn't a fade-away, then...
 
# 12 HealyMonster @ 08/20/10 12:55 PM
I am loving the intro. How awesome would it be if they let us edit the broadcast intro music this year. That would feel so legit.
 
# 13 RipCity71252 @ 08/20/10 12:56 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Eman5805
I like how everyone was pointing to their side of the court when the shot went out of bounds.

It's the little things.

Also, I'm not sure, but I think I just saw a different shot for Haslem than I did in another video. He was wide open in the other but this one he pumped, freed himself up, then got off a very quick shot. Does this mean players have a different shot for when their wide open (set shot) than they do when they're covered (off the dribble, jump shot)? If so then...

I can't properly express myself for fear of being moderated in some way for foul exclamations, so just picture someone pumping their fists shouting a slew of excited bleeps.

Edit: Watched it again and you can see the example in this vid:

Watch Haslem shoot at 7:52 then again at 8:35. The shots are different.

*continues excitedly cursing a blue streak*
Nice. The forms look similiar but it seems in the first shot, his forward momentum causes a bit more lean in the shot.

Great find.
 
# 14 hoodkid205 @ 08/20/10 12:59 PM
plus in the first shot he pulls his hands back in the second he poses or follows thru

my only concern is why dwade lay the ball so high off the glass even tho he was wide open
 
# 15 J-Clutch1 @ 08/20/10 01:07 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Eman5805
I like how everyone was pointing to their side of the court when the shot went out of bounds.

It's the little things.

Also, I'm not sure, but I think I just saw a different shot for Haslem than I did in another video. He was wide open in the other but this one he pumped, freed himself up, then got off a very quick shot. Does this mean players have a different shot for when their wide open (set shot) than they do when they're covered (off the dribble, jump shot)? If so then...

I can't properly express myself for fear of being moderated in some way for foul exclamations, so just picture someone pumping their fists shouting a slew of excited bleeps.

Edit: Watched it again and you can see the example in this vid:

Watch Haslem shoot at 7:52 then again at 8:35. The shots are different.

*continues excitedly cursing a blue streak*
Momentum shots man.
 
# 16 aloncho11 @ 08/20/10 01:16 PM
Nice intro!
 
# 17 LeBronistheKing @ 08/20/10 01:17 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Eman5805
I like how everyone was pointing to their side of the court when the shot went out of bounds.

It's the little things.

Also, I'm not sure, but I think I just saw a different shot for Haslem than I did in another video. He was wide open in the other but this one he pumped, freed himself up, then got off a very quick shot. Does this mean players have a different shot for when their wide open (set shot) than they do when they're covered (off the dribble, jump shot)? If so then...

I can't properly express myself for fear of being moderated in some way for foul exclamations, so just picture someone pumping their fists shouting a slew of excited bleeps.

Edit: Watched it again and you can see the example in this vid:

Watch Haslem shoot at 7:52 then again at 8:35. The shots are different.

*continues excitedly cursing a blue streak*

If this is true then I am nearly giddy. Seriously nearly giddy that means that players sometimes leave there hand up on the release mostly when open in real life and usually don't when covered. So if this is in the game then this is great news.
 
# 18 NINJAK2 @ 08/20/10 01:17 PM
Loved this video. The cpu was killing this guy. I loved the segment where the cpu forced Haywood to pick up his dribble on the top left side of the court with good D-I've been missing that element alot.
 
# 19 Altimus @ 08/20/10 01:24 PM
One thing I've wanted since 2K2-2K3 is player introductions. Why is this is so difficult to do? Both Live and 2K had this last generation and haven't had it this generation. The closest we get is the screen shot of all five players. That's solid but I think it would add a lot more by adding introductions.
 
# 20 jr2424 @ 08/20/10 01:24 PM
Loved seeing toward the end of the video the Mav players taking baseline shots and MISSING. Does that really mean the baseline BS is out. And I've said this in the other video forums, I ABSOLUTELY LOVE ALL THE MISSES. That's real basketball. If they up the fouls so we can finally get rid of all the constant reaching during online games, this game will finally be closer to the real thing. Please, Mike Wang, please up the fouls online. Stop all the reaching. And the tipped passes are awesome.
 

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