Nike, can anything be exclusive anymore?, seriously, If the pack was made for NYC, why cant it be just for NYC heads? Whats the fucking point of having ppl out of state being able to get a nyc based shoe, shit is all about money now man and it's fucking retarded. Whatever happened to letting ppl feel special about owning a certain shoe?
I don't even want this bullshit shit ass "NYC" pack anymore
Like you first re-release the eggplant foams a year after they dropped, ur gonna re-release the Cough drops 3 months after they initially dropped, like wtf??
Same shit with the U.S.A. SB's...u gave heads that lined up, what?...A 2 FUCKING DAY exclusivity? because they were shipped out and received by every other fucking skateshop by that following Monday.
Shit is ridiculous, sorry I may sound like I'm ranting or sound selfish, but I'm old school with this shit, when shit used to be exclusive and if u really wanted some shit, u had to get off ur ass and go travel for that shit, like the Bodega Converse's, but not with Nike, they some money hungry fucks.
1.) The Arrival -- Jordan made his mark with this 63 point playoff game against a heavily favored Celtics team.
* When: April 20, 1986. Game 2, 1st round playoffs vs. Celtics * Goal 1: Score 63+ points * Goal 2: Shoot 50%+ from the field
2.) 69 Points-- This time Jordan gets the win by dropping 69 points and putting a dent in the Cavaliers' playoff plans.
* When: March 28, 1990. Regular season game vs. Cavs * Goal 1: Score 69+ points * Goal 2: Shoot 50%+ from the field * Goal 3: Win the game
3.) Shootout -- Jordan and Dominique Wilkins face off in some of the all-time greatest scoring performances of the era.
* When: Any date in 1990. Regular season game vs. Hawks * Goal 1: Outscore Dominique * Goal 2: Hold Dominique under 25 Points * Goal 3: Win the game
4.) Bad Boys -- Jordan showed the Pistons and the world that no defensive strategy could stop him for long.
* When: May 26, 1990. Game 3, Eastern Conference Finals vs. Pistons * Goal 1: Score 47+ points * Goal 2: Win the game
5.) 1991 NBA Finals -- Jordan silenced the doubters by coming back from a game one embarrassment to thrash the Lakers in these Finals.
* When: June 2 thru June 12, 1991 vs. Lakers * Goal 1: Average 31.0+ points * Goal 2: Shoot 55%+ from the field * Goal 3: Win the series
6.) The Shrug -- Just to prove a point, Jordan sets the tone for the series by dominating the first half of this first Finals game.
* When: June 3, 1992. Game 1, 1st round playoffs vs. Blazers * Goal 1: Score 35+ points in the first half * Goal 2: Make 6+ threes in the first half * Goal 2: Hold Drexler to under 20 points * Goal 3: Win the Game
7.) Double Nickel -- After a stint with the bat, Jordan returns to New York to tear up the Knicks for 55 points and an unforgettable pass.
* When: March 18, 1995. Regular season game vs. Knicks * Goal 1: Score 55+ points * Goal 2: Shoot 55%+ from the field * Goal 3: Win the game
8.) Father's Day Victory -- Michael ran the table over the entire league but this fourth title would prove to be just as special as his first.
* When: June 16, 1996. Game 6, 1996 Finals (last game of series as Bulls won 4-2) vs. Sonics * Goal 1: Score 22+ points * Goal 2: Grab 9+ rebounds * Goal 3: Win the game
9.) The Flu Game -- A very ill Jordan still manages to both dominate the game and hit the winning shot in the last few seconds.
* When: June 11, 1997. Game 6, 1997 Finals (not the last game of the series as it went to 7) vs. Jazz * Goal 1: Score 38+ points * Goal 2: Grab 7+ rebounds * Goal 3: Win the game
10.) Michael's Last Dance -- With one final resounding shot, Jordan seals both his legacy and the fate of the Jazz's championship hopes.
* When: June 14, 1998. Game 6, 1998 Finals vs. Jazz * Goal 1: Score 45+ points * Goal 2: Get 4+ steals * Goal 3: Win the game
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One thing that hasn’t really been mentioned in all the great coverage today, we spent a tremendous amount of time getting the Historic Bulls teams and their biggest rivals into NBA 2K11. We went out and got the rights to the actual players from each era and spent a ton of time capturing their signature shots, moves, and tendencies. So not only are we building you the perfect Michael Jordan in-game, we are also giving you some of the games great players from yesteryear such as Scottie Pippen, Larry Bird, Dominique Wilkins, and many others. With those guys in the game, it didn’t feel right without adding era specific commentary. I am sure the audio team will get into that more in a future Insight.
For now, here are the Historic Teams that will be immediately available for you to play this year:
1985-86 Chicago Bulls 1985-86 Boston Celtics 1989-90 Chicago Bulls 1989-90 Atlanta Hawks 1989-90 Cleveland Cavaliers 1989-90 Detroit Pistons 1990-91 Chicago Bulls 1990-91 Los Angeles Lakers 1991-92 Chicago Bulls 1991-92 Portland Trailblazers 1994-95 Chicago Bulls 1994-95 New York Knicks 1995-96 Chicago Bulls 1995-96 Seattle Supersonics 1996-97 Chicago Bulls 1996-97 Utah Jazz 1997-98 Chicago Bulls 1997-98 Utah Jazz
Like current teams, you will get the opportunity to play all of these teams in Quick Game, Association, Playoffs, and Season mode. So want to find out how well your current team matches up with the best Bulls teams? 2010 Lakers or Heat vs. 1995-96 Bulls anyone? The possibilities are endless.
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Video game players finally get their shot to "be like Mike."
Pro basketball simulation NBA 2K11 will feature a new game mode where players can relive legendary moments from the career of Michael Jordan.
The Jordan Challenge will focus on 10 games from the Chicago Bulls legend's playing days. Each game will include a series of statistical goals players must complete as his Airness.
"(Players) will get a chance to feel how hard it was to actually achieve what he did," says Jason Argent, vice president of marketing for game publisher 2K Sports.
Gamers will not only control Jordan, but some of the classic Bulls teams of the '80s and '90s. The games have been recreated to authentically mirror the appearance of arenas and players from that era.
Among the Jordan highlights featured:
-- 1990 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers. Jordan scored a career high 69 points in an 117-113 overtime win.
-- 1992 NBA Finals. In Game 1 against the Portland Trail Blazers, Jordan scored 35 points in the first half, draining a record six 3-pointers.
-- 1997 NBA Finals. Battling a stomach virus, Jordan scored 38 points in a pivotal Game 5 victory against the Utah Jazz.
Argent says additional features integrating Jordan will be revealed closer to the game's release. NBA 2K11, which also features Jordan as the cover star, hits stores on October 5 for multiple platforms.