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What is the most realistic basketball game ever? On any game system and why?

Yes what is the most realistic bastetball game ever on any system?

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  1. Ps3 because it looks like if it is the real players in it
  2. I would recommend the 2K sports. The NBA 2K11 They are the most realistic sports games. For example, the ones that say: NBA, NHL, NFL, Etc. would be the best ones.
  3. 2K11 on ps3. simply, ps3 is the leading console of this year. and with multiple add-ons you can add to 2K11, you cant go wrong.
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