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|title = ''NBA Courtside 2: Featuring Kobe Bryant''
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| name = ''NBA Courtside 2: Featuring Kobe Bryant''
|image = [[Image:NBACourtside2.jpg|230px]]
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| image = [[File:NBA Courtside 2 (NA).jpg|250px]]
|developer = [[Left Field Productions]]
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| caption = North American box art featuring [[wikipedia:Kobe Bryant|Kobe Bryant]].
|publisher = [[Nintendo]]
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| developer = Left Field Productions
|released =[[Image:America.gif|15 px]] November 8, [[1999]]
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| publisher = [[Nintendo]]
|genre = Basketball
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| system1 = Nintendo 64
|modes = Single player, multiplayer
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| system1NA = November 8, [[1999]]<ref>{{Ref web|title=''NBA Courtside 2: Featuring Kobe Bryant'' is a Slam Dunk Sequel|last=Nintendo of America|date=November 8, 1999|url=http://web.archive.org/web/20000302135436/http://www.nintendo.com/corp/press/111199.html}}</ref>
|ratings = ESRB: [[Image:Everyone.png|15 px]] Everyone
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'''''NBA Courtside 2: Featuring Kobe Bryant]]''''' is a [[Nintendo]] published [[Nintendo 64]] game released late in [[1999]]. The game is the second game in the series to be released, and one more would launch as well for the [[GameCube]] titled simply ''[[NBA Courtside 2002]]'', which also featured Kobe Bryant on the game's cover. The game was modernized to include the updates that were made to each individual team such as new team members, jersey changes, and other statistics. More options were also included in the create your own player mode. The game's movements were improved, and new moves were added. As in the previous game, Kobe Bryant did the motion capture for all of the moves.
 
   
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'''''NBA Courtside 2: Featuring Kobe Bryant''''' is a [[Nintendo]] published [[Nintendo 64]] game released late in [[1999]] exclusively in North America. The game is the second game in the series to be released; one more would launch for the [[Nintendo GameCube|GameCube]] titled ''[[NBA Courtside 2002]]'' that also featured retired [[wikipedia:Los Angeles Lakers|Lakers]] star [[wikipedia:Kobe Bryant|Kobe Bryant]] on the cover. The game was modernized to include the updates that were made to each individual team such as new team members, jersey changes, and other statistics. More options were also included in the create your own player mode. The game's movements were improved, and new moves were added. As in the previous game, ''[[Kobe Bryant in NBA Courtside]]'', pro basketball player Kobe Bryant did the motion capture for all of the moves.
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[[Category: Sports games]]
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==References==
[[Category: Basketball games]]
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==External links==
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*''[http://www.gamefaqs.com/n64/198058-nba-courtside-2-featuring-kobe-bryant NBA Courtside 2: Featuring Kobe Bryant]'' at GameFAQs
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[[Category:Nintendo 64 games]]
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[[Category:Games published by Nintendo]]

Latest revision as of 22:30, March 25, 2020

NBA Courtside 2: Featuring Kobe Bryant is a Nintendo published Nintendo 64 game released late in 1999 exclusively in North America. The game is the second game in the series to be released; one more would launch for the GameCube titled NBA Courtside 2002 that also featured retired Lakers star Kobe Bryant on the cover. The game was modernized to include the updates that were made to each individual team such as new team members, jersey changes, and other statistics. More options were also included in the create your own player mode. The game's movements were improved, and new moves were added. As in the previous game, Kobe Bryant in NBA Courtside, pro basketball player Kobe Bryant did the motion capture for all of the moves.

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