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Cavaliers Reebok Men’s NBA Player Replica Road Jersey
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

Cavaliers Reebok Men’s NBA Player Replica Road Jersey

**LEBRON JAMES JERSEY WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT UNTIL LATE JULY** 100% nylon mesh body, screenprinted number and team name on front, name and number on back, rib knit trim, embroidered logo applique at left front, jock tag applique at bottom left front. Imported. Read More
Nuggets Champion Men’s NBA Customized Replica Jersey
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

Nuggets Champion Men’s NBA Customized Replica Jersey

Customize your own NBA jersey! You can use any name and number. You can print up to eight characters for the name and up to two characters for the number. All names are subject to approval. Orders for inappropriate or objectional names will not be accepted. We can generally ship your personalized jersey within three weeks of your order. Tanks are 100% nylon mesh with knit trim neck and arm holes. Full athletic cut. Made in USA and Imported. Make sure your name and number choice are correct - once your jersey is personalized, it cannot be returned. This personalized product requires 2-3 weeks for production and delivery. Personalized products take longer to deliver because they are being customized specifically for you. Orders for personalized products CANNOT BE CANCELLED OR RETURNED FOR ANY REASON. CHANGES CAN NOT BE MADE TO PERSONALIZATION AFTER ORDER HAS BEEN PLACED. All personalized products are shipped by standard method of delivery. Express delivery is not available. ***Please Note: We cannot sell or ship Champion brand products outside of the United States.*** Read More
Celtics Reebok Men’s Personalized Replica Home Jersey
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

Celtics Reebok Men’s Personalized Replica Home Jersey

Personalize your own NBA jesey! You can use any name and number, except the jerseys we already have in stock. You can print up to 10 characters for the name and up to two characters for the number. All names are subject to approval. Orders for inappropriate or objectionable names will not be accepted. We can generally ship your personalized jersey within three weeks of your order. Make sure your name and number choices are correct - once your jersey is personalized, it cannot be returned. Tanks are 100% nylon mesh with knit trim neck and arm holes. Full athletic cut. Made in USA or Imported. Read More
Cavaliers Reebok Men’s NBA Player Replica Road Jersey
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

Cavaliers Reebok Men’s NBA Player Replica Road Jersey

**LEBRON JAMES JERSEY WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT UNTIL LATE JULY** 100% nylon mesh body, screenprinted number and team name on front, name and number on back, rib knit trim, embroidered logo applique at left front, jock tag applique at bottom left front. Imported. Read More
76ers Nike Men’s Lg Sz NBA Rewind Swingman Jersey
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

76ers Nike Men’s Lg Sz NBA Rewind Swingman Jersey

Heavyweight 100% polyester pro mesh body with knit trims. Longer player length. Sewn on two-color tackle twill team name and player number on front, Sewn on two-color tackle twill player name and number on back. NBA logo and Swoosh at left chest. Imported. Read More
Bulls Nike Men’s NBA Authentic Road Jersey
Tuesday , Jan , 01 , 2002 C.Y. Ellis

Bulls Nike Men’s NBA Authentic Road Jersey

Team color rib neck and armhole, team name and player number on front chest with player name and number on back, NBA logo at upper left chest. Body 100% polyester, Inserts 90% nylon 10% spandex. Imported. Read More
Tim Gittens AKA Headache
Saturday , Jul , 22 , 2000 C.Y. Ellis

Tim Gittens AKA Headache

Name : Tim Gittens A.K.A. Headache

Height: 6'3"

Weight: 180

Shoes Size: 11 1/2

Birthday: January 27th

Hometown: Harlem, NY

Career History: Harlem Globetrotters, And 1 Mix Tapes Vol. 1 - 5, Urban Legend

Rocks ankle bracelets, black rubber band from Teresa Weatherspoon on the court.

Official Web: http://www.headache13.com

Uniqueness: Globetrotter style, dances, skips, miracle no-look passes.

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NBA LIVE 2003
Tuesday , Nov , 30 , 1999 C.Y. Ellis

NBA LIVE 2003

General/Summary: I've stayed away from this game since the PS2 has come along mainly because EA, until recently, has done a poor job of making great games. In that time fortunately the folks at Sega have provided more than enough competition and isn't that free market economy on display...there is nothing greater than competition to produce quality games.

This year we finally have TWO quality games to choose from. While I know this is a review of NBA Live it is hard to deny any comparisons between Live and the 2K series. Having played both games and I will state for the record that I'm a big 2K fan. This years Live has certainly gained some credibility with me. The obvious statements have been made about the differences between these games. The biggest and most common comparison is Live is arcade while 2K is sim. This simply is not true.

The differences in these games are NBA style of basketball circa 1983 versus current NBA style. Anyone who thinks Live is arcade like dosen't have a sense of NBA history. In the late '70's and through the mid-80's NBA games routinely finished with both teams socoring well over a hundred points. I remember in 1983 the game between Detroit and Denver that finished with both teams scoring over 175 points each!!! Back then the NBA was about open and offensive play. Sure defence is important but 20 years ago no one really cared. It was about running the court and getting the easy baskets on the other end.

Todays NBA is all about defence. Players are bigger, faster, stronger and they even play harder but all of that leads to much less scoring. In a nut shell that is the difference between Live and 2K. Live is open, fast and defence is secondary in strategy. In 2K it is much more half court, run your plays to perfection and play good hard defence. Which is better? Thats up to you. If you prefer old-school NBA to modern NBA then Live is your game. IT IS NOT AN ARCADE TITLE.

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Dunking on Shaq
Tuesday , Nov , 30 , 1999 Christopher Sells

Dunking on Shaq

The Big Witness has managed to avoid being on the wrong end of a poster for most of his career. Somebody better tell these youngsters that Shaq ain't having it.

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NBA SHOOTOUT 2003
Tuesday , Nov , 30 , 1999 C.Y. Ellis

NBA SHOOTOUT 2003

General/Summary: This is a pleasent new way to approach basketball simulation, but unfortunately too many problems that just ruins the whole game. Nba Shootout 2003 has however improved a lot since 2001. with the right analog stick making it easy to perform crossovers. The problem is that this game still lacks compared to other basketball titles out (live and 2k). The graphics, gameplay and commutary have all improved but still are terrible compared to other b-ball games. Overall this game is a poor nba live knockoff and will never be the best b-ball game out there.

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Interview with Hot Sauce: Part Three
Tuesday , Nov , 30 , 1999 C.Y. Ellis

Interview with Hot Sauce: Part Three

C.Y. Ellis: Who would you say have been some of your toughest opponents?

Mark Edwards: There's no streetball player that can say, in any of our games that we've done, that have played against Hot Sauce and scored twenty points on him. I've got all the videotapes. I've got five years' worth of footage, and we have not one game where any guard has gone up against him and showed him up. And you know what? I'm looking for the day that happens so that I can tease him, but I can't say nothing to him.

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NCAA FINAL FOUR 2002
Tuesday , Nov , 30 , 1999 C.Y. Ellis

NCAA FINAL FOUR 2002

General/Summary: Overall this game is prettey cool. In the past, 989 has gotten a bad rep and deservedly so. Well, what a surprise to see it finally out doing the well favord EA sports company. In my mind, this game is the best college basketball game out. Now I know that isn't saying much but Final Four is the best option for college b-ball lovers like myself. After seeing EA's March Madness, I had to laugh because it dosen't even offer the option of playing in a season. So unless you want to play a six game tournament over and over, Final Four is the choice to make. However, this game is not without some flaws of its own. The game has prettey good graphics but it still doesn't come up to par with the capabilites of the PS2. The lack of player models is sort of a let down. I understand that you can't make every person in the game down to their exact physical characteristics but a little more than 8 diffent player faces would be nice. Also when playing the game, I was impressed by the movement of the crowed and the chears that performed at various times. However, This game promissed to have the crowds chant authentic school cheers and the band playing the fight songs. I have heard these on a very rare occasion. It would also be nice to have the crowed yell real loud when the visiting team has the ball. The commentary is prettey good. I do wish that they could say a little more though. Every time you turn the ball over like 8 or more times you will hear " They're just givin the ball away tonight." But other than that the sound is good. This game is fun and it allows you to get into it with option of playing a full season and keeping track of rankings, stats, and even 1st and 2nd team all conference and all american awards.

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