Building Each Franchise's 2012-13 NBA Jam Roster

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Building Each Franchise's 2012-13 NBA Jam Roster
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We all know NBA Jam. Released in 1993, the original Jam gave gamers one of the first opportunities to play as an NBA player on a gaming console.

It has since been spun-off, recreated and re-released on various consoles, but the core style of gameplay has remained always the same: outrageously unrealistic dunks and hangtime in a two-on-two matchup.

In this article, I'm going to imagine what each teams' 2012-13 NBA Jam team game would look like.  Which three players (two starters and one backup) have the unrealistic, posterizing talent to qualify for their team's squads?

Jump shooting is also nice, so it won't be all about the big guys. For most of these teams, I'm going to include a sharpshooter and a fierce dunker.

Those are the rules: not necessarily the best players for a team, but the most ferocious.

Let's get started.

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