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This past Tuesday, 2K Sports gave basketball fans a bit of relief from this ongoing drama between the owners and the players by releasing a playable demo for its upcoming dunk-filled opus NBA 2K12, which goes on sale for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and other systems on October 4th.  The demo, which takes about 1.2 GB of hard drive space, gives you an idea of what to expect in terms of gameplay changes, though there isn't much else to go on since it's so limited.  Still, if you were a fan of last year's game, you may appreciate the subtle changes made this time around.


NBA 2K12 is fast approaching, and brings with it a number of improvements over last year's stellar game, along with a handful of legends to play alongside Michael Jordan and several new players.  While the wait for the game's October 4th release isn't a long one, you'll be able to check out a demo for it when it releases this Tuesday for Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.  We've got a few reasons as to why you should check it out.


MIAMI, Florida – Dirk Nowitzki and Mark Cuban's Dallas Mavericks finally won their first NBA World Championship as Dallas beat Miami 105-95 in a rematch of the 2006 NBA Finals, which Dwayne Wade and the Miami Heat won. This time around, Dirk would not let his team lose as he took NBA Finals MVP honors for a remarkable series. Dirk talks to GamerLive.TV about what video games he played growing up. The Finals MVP also explains why he hates gaming now and talks about which haircut he wants to have in the next NBA 2K12 basketball game in this exclusive video interview.

 If you happened to watch the Dallas Mavericks take on the Oklahoma City Thunder last night, then you were in for a bit of a treat. During a commercial break, the first ever gameplay trailer of Modern Warfare 3 debuted on ESPN, the channel hosting the playoff game. The trailer featured some highly explosive action, but there are a few elements within the trailer that will have some people stirring.

ARLINGTON, Texas - The East beat the West on two Chris Bosh free throws with five seconds left to win the 2010 NBA All-Star Game in front of a record crowd of 108,713 at the new Cowboys Stadium. That crowd is the largest audience ever to watch a single basketball game according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Typical basketball arenas seat between 15,000 and 20,000 fans so the number of fans at this All-Star Game was over five times larger. Dallas Mavericks’ owner Mark Cuban and Dallas Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones organized the event and came up with the idea of hosting it in the new $1.2 billion Cowboys Stadium when they brought the All NBA-Star Game to Dallas. The previous record for the largest crowd to watch a basketball game was 78,129, set for a college game between Kentucky and Michigan State at Detroit's Ford Field on December 13, 2003.