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Always wanted to see Obama dunk on Bush? NBA Jam is going to give you that shot.



Continuing the long standing tradition of hidden characters in NBA Jam, teams made up entirely of politicians
will make the rounds along with the top NBA stars of the day. Even Sarah Palin and Dick Cheney can catch on
fire and shoot half-court threes, should you choose to have them do so.

I have long looked for a copy of NBA Hangtime for the Nintendo 64. I've searched high and low. I know I'm
going to pick up NBA Jam, but I don't think my search will end there.

[Palin, Obama Star in NBA Jam]


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