NBA 2K13 is unbelievably garbage. It’s made for simple minded gamers who like shiny things.
All exploiters play the same. They milk the game of unrealistic attributes when losing or winning. Dont spot up for “normal” plays when you have shot 3 pointers all game to take a ridiculous lead.
If you enjoy basketball and KNOW the game you cant possibly take this game serious. Not only is it broken but its all around bad. What in the fuck are ALL these professional reviewers smoking?
“Slimm Pickinz is ragging on me on Tumblr and Facebook! I have no choice but to resign…”
“Now, who can I swindle into hiring me as coach? I have a ring with Italy for Pete’s sake!”
Players in these days are making it seem like they’re larger than the game. When they can’t win, or they want “more exposure”, it becomes to easy to leave said team.
But what about the fans?
What about the loyal people who follow the team, buys the hat, the official jersey with “your favorite players name here” -what about them? What about US?
In my opinion, the REAL stars of the NBA are the ones that stayed with their team thru thick and thin. Kevin Durant signed an extension without delay. He likes it in OKC and had no problem negotiating or anything close. No media circus, nothing. “where do I sign?”
And that’s what’s wrong with sports today, no loyalty, agents and being bigger than the team -no, the game. “I did what I can do.” no, you didn’t. As a star, demand more out of your team. Kobe did it. And what happened? Championship.
This goes out to Dwight Howard. As a fan of the Magic and own numerous Magic hats and jerseys (with your name on it), you want out, just say so. Don’t leave us hanging in suspense. We as fans deserve better than that. You want more exposure, fine. The team ain’t called “Dwight Howard and the Magic”, its the Orlando Magic. The team and the people who root for them daily come FIRST. Players need to remember, the GAME is most important. After y’all are gone, the game will continue. Remember that. Jordan was the biggest player for the Chicago Bulls. He no longer plays for them, yet the arena constantly sells out. Get the point?
INTENTIONAL HEADBUTT YOU GET KNOCK THE FUCK OUT
McEnroe vs Borg: Fire and Ice - John McEnroe (fire, if it wasn’t self-explanatory) and Bjorn Borg (ice) had one of the most storied rivalries in the history of tennis. This new documentary explores that rivalry and tells the stories of these two great athletes with rare footage and exclusive interviews. McEnroe was an incredible talent, winning seven Grand Slams over the course of his career but rightfully gained a reputation as a bit of a hothead in the process. Borg, meanwhile, was known for his cool demeanor and nonstop training regimen, winning eleven Grand Slams but walking away from the game at the age of 26. This is a story worth telling and watching.
slimmpickinz: McEnroe, one of the original “bad boys” in sports. Dennis Rodman wanted to follow suit in basketball but ended up wearing dresses instead.
Muhammad Ali vs. Cleveland Williams
Houston Astrodome (80ft above the ring)
Photo: Neil Leifer
This is often regarded as one of the greatest sports photographs of the 20th century and is Leifer’s favourite photograph of his 40 year career.