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2K Sports is known for their "Little Things" in the NBA 2K series. With that said, this Swaggy move from Nick Young caught me completely off guard.

After Anderson Varejao shoots his free throw, you need to watch the video to see what happens next.

Thanks for the laughs @chris_rich44!!

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# 1 flyer1985 @ 07/15/15 04:59 PM
I could totally see him doing that
 
# 2 WishListGOD 1 OF 2 @ 07/15/15 05:04 PM
It's all fun and games if your not a Lakers fan.
 
# 3 sleepyshotta @ 07/15/15 05:07 PM
LeBron did that in one of my MyCareer games a while ago. I shared it on YouTube with PS4share.


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# 4 Kodii Rockets @ 07/15/15 05:10 PM
So awesome, I know I've played hundreds of games(if not over a thousand), and have never witnessed that. And I'm one of those guys that let's players go through free throw routines and all (#NoRagrets lol).

It's always amazing to see new animations after so much gameplay, and I seem to see something awesome like this late in the cycle every single year.
 
# 5 Elbowz @ 07/15/15 06:27 PM
J.R. Smith does this as well. Maybe it's tied into the personality trait?
 
# 6 NINJAK2 @ 07/15/15 06:29 PM
lol. Someone posted something like this earlier except Tobias Harris played the role of Nick..
 
# 7 Jrocc23 @ 07/15/15 06:33 PM
Yeah, in the photography thread. I think the camera angle you play on factors into that because on broadcast, I'll never even be able to get that view on FTs.
 
# 8 hawley088 @ 07/15/15 06:34 PM
im assuming its a bug and not supposed to happen but funny either way
 
# 9 Jrocc23 @ 07/15/15 06:39 PM
I highly highly doubt that's a bug. Just a very rare and cool animation.
 
# 10 Mbunn1993 @ 07/15/15 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Jrocc23
Yeah, in the photography thread. I think the camera angle you play on factors into that because on broadcast, I'll never even be able to get that view on FTs.
Judging by the circle it looks like a replay
 
# 11 Jrocc23 @ 07/15/15 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Mbunn1993
Judging by the circle it looks like a replay

You may be right that it just was shown because of a replay. But unless he just happened to look at a replay on a FT and see that, I think he actually seen it and then replayed it to show it.
 
# 12 Mbunn1993 @ 07/15/15 06:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Jrocc23
You may be right that it just was shown because of a replay. But unless he just happened to look at a replay on a FT and see that, I think he actually seen it and then replayed it to show it.
Well yeah thats what I had assumed. Was saying it because you said it could be because of camera angles, I was just pointing out its a replay so who knows what camera angle he is actually at while it happened. It is a possibility though that could be a factor
 
# 13 23 @ 07/15/15 07:34 PM
Ita one of the eaater eggs mike wang alluded to when the game released

Im shocked so many haven't seen it yet

It just happens randomly but not so much that you see it every other game
 
# 14 Jrocc23 @ 07/15/15 07:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Mbunn1993
Well yeah thats what I had assumed. Was saying it because you said it could be because of camera angles, I was just pointing out its a replay so who knows what camera angle he is actually at while it happened. It is a possibility though that could be a factor

Yeah, I get what you're saying. I'm not saying that the video showed what cam he played on. But I'm just saying, I don't think it's broadcast because I never really see interactions where that occurred to go to replay and even see if that happened. So, maybe it happens on broadcast but I just never see it. But even if it did, I wouldn't know it happened because the camera doesn't show that well.
 
# 15 Mbunn1993 @ 07/15/15 08:01 PM
My favorite common free throw animation is when Player X shoots a free throw, tries to high five Player Y but gets snubbed. Then when player Y tries to actually high five him, player X snubs him back and smiles haha
 
# 16 cjallure24 @ 07/15/15 08:30 PM
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Originally Posted by 23
Ita one of the eaater eggs mike wang alluded to when the game released

Im shocked so many haven't seen it yet

It just happens randomly but not so much that you see it every other game
Being that majority of people today suffer from ADD, they probably skip over cut scene's, to get back to gameplay. Those of us who rarely press (A) after on court action are a dying breed.

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# 17 DukesofHazzard @ 07/15/15 08:42 PM
Was that nba 2k15 or a shot of 2k16?
 
# 18 TreyIM2 @ 07/15/15 08:50 PM
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Originally Posted by cjallure24
Being that majority of people today suffer from ADD, they probably skip over cut scene's, to get back to gameplay. Those of us who rarely press (A) after on court action are a dying breed.

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Lol. I'm the same. Didn't used to be. I would sit through every single post play animation unless it was repetitive back in the day but now, X thru it all. I just wanna play.
 
# 19 lilteapot @ 07/16/15 01:22 AM
Thats the old Adam Morrison trick.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSlA2yb-I4A
 
# 20 strawberryshortcake @ 07/16/15 02:19 AM
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Originally Posted by sleepyshotta
LeBron did that in one of my MyCareer games a while ago. I shared it on YouTube with PS4share.


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Twitter.com/ryanjnate
Is this one yours? I found this one in one of the NBA2k15 highlights or whatever threads, and had to bookmark the youtube link for future references. I still crack up looking at this one.

Tobias' reaction, funny.
Lebron's reaction, funny.
Love's reaction, funny.




Too bad we couldn't see Kyrie Irvings face...
 

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