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The Evolution of the League and the Streets in NBA Live 19

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The Evolution of the League and the Streets in NBA Live 19

EA is looking to go global in NBA Live 19 with courts in Paris, Rio De Janeiro and more to be announced at a later date. This new article goes through the changes to the journey you’ll take in The League and The Street in NBA Live 19.

“Last year, we had a legit Pro-Am tour where you’d go through the top Pro-Am leagues like The Goodman, Dyckman League, and Drew League, where you’d compete through just like real pros and amateurs do during the summer,” said Santos. “This year, we’re excited about really expanding on that and making it global. We’re taking that Pro-Am tour and turning it into The Streets World Tour, featuring courts around the globe in places like Paris, Rio De Janeiro, and more over the course of the year.”

Since NBA LIVE is all about making your own decisions, make your way back to The League whenever you want. When you do, you’ll get every chance to grow your own player and take your team deep into the playoffs. The interesting part about The League, though, is that the decisions you make can influence the trajectory of your professional career and even your own personal life. This stems from everything, like choosing where you want to play, getting messages from other NBA stars, and even building your own profile in the news to ensure that everyone knows your name.

The NBA is the only league where players might be role players on their own teams but all-stars on social media – with this year’s NBA LIVE, you’ll have the chance to become a star both on and off the court. Capturing this global cultural and social influence aspect of the NBA is a major hurdle that the team looked to make happen for fans in ’19.

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  1. I was a big.. he was slow as molasses. I think it was on easy though. One of the devs told me speed difference should be there between bigs and guards.
    Watching the nba portion i did see steven adams dribbling down court a few times... I did it once too with my streetball guy.
    Also saw Embiid trying to dance like a guard past the 3 pt line. No other explanation for that but being on rookie because you can't have much of that.
    Macs Power
    What did you think about how the players felt when playing?
    It's still live if you're thinking it's some huge jump.
    Kspade said he felt like there was a little bit more subtle control...
    One of the devs told me they added more dribbles and stuff which they did but it's still not player specific
    Also the ball tangibility is still an issue although it's still early
    Sent from my LG-LS998 using Tapatalk
    Alright, sounds cool. Thanks! I remember the same thing last year and then that first patch came in and people said it felt much better. I'm eager to hear about the other modes
    23
    It's still live if you're thinking it's some huge jump.
    Kspade said he felt like there was a little bit more subtle control...
    One of the devs told me they added more dribbles and stuff which they did but it's still not player specific
    Also the ball tangibility is still an issue although it's still early
    Sent from my LG-LS998 using Tapatalk

    Keep it coming!
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    I was a big.. he was slow as molasses. I think it was on easy though. One of the devs told me speed difference should be there between bigs and guards.
    Watching the nba portion i did see steven adams dribbling down court a few times... I did it once too with my streetball guy.
    Also saw Embiid trying to dance like a guard past the 3 pt line. No other explanation for that but being on rookie because you can't have much of that.

    Dance?
    Sent from my iPhone using Operation Sports
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