NBA 2K13 is the best arcade 5-on-5 basketball game on a smartphone, and it looks pretty good. But bad controls, graphical glitches, and several other issues make the $7.99 price tag way too high.
Sadly, NBA 2K14 is better left on consoles, offering only simple controls for iOS, poorly programmed announcers, and repetitive gameplay.
NBA 2K13 redefines what it means to improve upon a sports game year over year.
The National Basketball Association is employing technology that can quickly create custom video packages. It's only a matter of time before that capability is released to fans.
CNET and GameSpot editors let you know which games you should be playing this week.
NBA 2K16's face scanning has definitely improved since last year, adding more ways to fine tune your face. But unfortunately all the tuning in the world can't fix some of these.
Technically Incorrect: Former college and pro star Rex Chapman says he was high on pain medications and remembers little of the seven times he allegedly pretended to self-checkout.
Technically Incorrect: The former ESPN star, now heading to HBO, believes the former Microsoft CEO is out of his depth as a sports owner.
Technically Incorrect: Matt Bonner, a free agent who played last season with the San Antonio Spurs, believes that the iPhone 6's bigger size has hurt him and affected his shooting percentage.
Technically Incorrect: There's something so very human in the mean things people post on Twitter about the famous. NBA players suffer some doozies.