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NBA 2K11 demo hits LIVE and PSN

15 Sep 10

2K Sports has announced that a free demo for NBA 2K11 has just hit the Xbox LIVE Marketplace and the PlayStation Network.

According to the press release from 2K Sports, the demo will allow players to relive part of the last season's grand final by giving them chance to play one quarter of a game between the LA Lakers and Boston Celtics.

This year's version of NBA 2K will bring recent Hall of Fame inductee Michael Jordan back into the fold. Players can relive 10 of his best career games, such as "The Shrug" game from 1992 when Jordan scored six three-point shots as part of a 35-point first-half performance.

For more info on NBA 2K11, head along to the official site.

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