NBA Street Player Count and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: August 12th, 2023

NBA Street Stats

NBA Street player count Stats and factsHere are a few of the most interesting NBA Street facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

NBA Street player count:

1.7 million game units sold worldwide

Last updated 7/29/06

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Game Description

“NBA Street” is a series of basketball video games developed by EA Canada and published by EA Sports. The series focuses on an arcade-style approach to basketball gameplay, emphasizing over-the-top moves, street-style basketball, and a unique blend of realism and exaggerated action. The first game in the series, titled “NBA Street,” was released in 2001 for various gaming platforms.

The gameplay of “NBA Street” differs significantly from traditional basketball simulation games. While the core objective of scoring points by shooting the ball into the opponent’s hoop remains the same, the game features fast-paced, flashy gameplay set on urban street courts rather than professional arenas. Players can perform gravity-defying tricks, dunks, and special moves to outmaneuver opponents and create highlight-reel moments.

The series’ hallmark is its “Gamebreaker” mechanic, where players fill up a meter by performing stylish moves and teamwork. Once the meter is full, players can unleash a powerful “Gamebreaker” move that not only scores points but also hampers the opponent’s performance.

“NBA Street” features a variety of modes, including exhibition games, tournaments, and career modes where players create and customize their own characters. The game’s emphasis on customization extends to creating and upgrading teams, players, and even courts.

Subsequent entries in the “NBA Street” series expanded upon the gameplay mechanics, introduced new moves, and featured updated rosters of NBA players. The series incorporated real-life players and teams, offering a mix of current and historical basketball stars.

The “NBA Street” series was praised for its accessibility, pick-up-and-play nature, and fun-loving approach to basketball. It appealed to both basketball fans and casual gamers who were looking for a more approachable and exaggerated take on the sport. The series contributed to the popularity of arcade-style sports games and carved a niche for itself within the broader sports gaming landscape.

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