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    Registered User houdini's Avatar
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    Oct 2006

    ESPN to Host NBA Live Reality Competition Series

    [IMGW][/IMGW]The search for the best NBA Live player starts Sunday, as ESPN revealed today they'll be broadcasting NBA Live: Bring it Home, a six episode reality competition hosted by columnist Scoop Jackson. NBA players Vince Carter, Carmelo Anthony, Baron Davis, Antawn Jamison, Dwyane Wade and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will also make an appearance.

    It's just a bunch of guys picking their nose with a camera over the shoulder, though:
    During this one-of-a-kind reality competition, each gamer will compete to advance through the tournament by using home court advantage - the right to play on their own turf, flanked by family and friends. Once on their own home turf, the elimination games begin. After these 2nd rounds, the winners face an even bigger challenge. Each second-round winner must take on the role of NBA LIVE coach to an actual NBA player. Their athletes' success or failure against another athlete determines home court advantage for the semi-final rounds. When it's down to two players, they will compete on the ultimate home court - that of the 2006 NBA Champion Miami Heat, the American Airlines Arena in Miami. The winner will take home $100,000.

    Thanks to for sharing the news with us!

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    Registered User KoolKid2K4's Avatar
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    Jan 2007

    Hmm NBA Live is so flawed. They should play NBA 2K7.

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    Registered User refuseamen's Avatar
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    Apr 2005
    True. 2k7 is 10x better than NBA Live. Anyday.