NBA stars throw down challenge in viral NBA2K Online video

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After the stir caused by ?Try My Moves? video for NBA 2K Online went viral, the game?s local online game publisher is now calling on basketball and gaming fanatics to go online and see what all the hype is about.

Celebrities, gamers, and basketball fans alike posted shout outs in major social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to ?Try My Moves?, which reached more than 2.6 million views in less than a month, creating over 5.4 million impressions.

Through the ?Dynasty? patch that was released last January, NBA2K Online players can now play as NBA players through the player card system.

For example, players who were able to obtain a Rudy Gobert player card can now exploit the Frenchman’s tough interior defense. On the other hand, those who got JR Smith will now be able to utilize the array of offensive moves that Cavaliers’ swingman has to offer.

In addition, NBA2K Online players can equip their own characters with action packs, which allows them to shoot, dunk, and drive for a layup like the real-life NBA players.

Shoot the lights out through the Stephen Curry shot pack, bedazzle hapless defenders with the Tony Parker layup pack, or thrown it down with royal authority with the LeBron James dunk pack.

Even local basketball stars got into the NBA2K Online hoopla. During the Basketball TV All-Star Festival held last February 13 and 14 at the SM North EDSA Skydome, Barangay Ginebra and national team floor general LA Tenorio, Star Hotshots ‘ backcourt pair of Alex Mallari and Justin Melton, and Talk N’ Text rookie big man Moala Tautuua dropped by the booth to see the tournament and pose with fans.

A big patch looms on the horizon for players, containing new player gear and the much awaited glowing tattoos that easily sets a character aesthetically above the rest. In addition, a roster update will be on hand.

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