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  • Blog Post: What's Next for NBA Elite?

    It was a huge move when EA Sports announced that it was canceling the 2010 release of NBA Elite. What's next for the game? Everything and anything. At today's Season Opener event, Dean Richards, the EA Sports general manager who oversees basketball (among other sports) said that everything was... More
  • Blog Post: NBA 2K11 Slam Dunks Nearly Four Million In Sales

    2K Sports and Visual Concepts found a new recipe for raking in cash money: Build around the greatest basketball player of all time, and have your rival bow out of the competition early. With Michael Jordan gracing the cover of NBA 2K11 and EA Sports canning the NBA Elite disaster , 2K reports its latest... More
  • Blog Post: NBA Elite Reportedly Changes Hands Amidst Layoffs At EA Canada

    A rough holiday season keeps getting rougher for the House of Sports. Following the indefinite delay of the troubled NBA Elite franchise and reports that EA Sports MMA has faltered at retail , today EA Sports suffered from a fresh round of layoffs. The first sign of trouble came from an unlikely source... More
  • Blog Post: EA Trying To Cram Wii Features Into NBA Jam On 360, PS3

    Here's some news for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 owners. EA is scrambling to make sure that the version of NBA Jam that's set to hit those systems is on par with the Wii version. Nintendo fans, this is your cue to act smug. EA Sports originally planned on two versions of the NBA Jam reboot. Wii... More
  • Blog Post: Kevin Durant Named NBA Elite Cover Athlete

    Today EA Sports announced that Seattle Supersonics Oklahoma City Thunder All-Star forward Kevin Durant has been named the cover athlete for NBA Elite 11. Durant rose to prominence in meteoric fashion on the college scene, being named the consensus 2007 National College Player of the Year and the 2006–2007... More
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