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NBA Jam

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Region
Released
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11/15/2010
EU
11/26/2010

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NBA Jam review (Wii)

Reviewed December 22, 2011

Jason Venter says: "When you play the new NBA Jam, the first thing you're likely to notice is that very little has changed. The team names aren't all the same, of course. There have been additions, removals and modifications that reflect the most recent activity in the league. There are no Seattle Supersonics now, for instance. The Charlotte Hornets have moved to New Orleans."
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