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Most issues in the NBA are subjective. For instance, if you're debating who the team to beat is heading into the 2010-11 season, it might depend whether you value collective talent (Miami) or a veteran team with a proven background (L.A., Boston).

Or maybe you're trying to figure out who is the most dynamic young point guard in the league. If you think creativity with the ball and explosive speed off the dribble are the most important factors, then you might hold Rajon Rondo on a slightly higher level than Deron Williams.

But when it comes to the greatest basketball video game of all time, there's little debate: It has to be the early '90s version of "NBA Jam" (either the arcade version or the home game).

And thanks to EA Sports, we'll be treated to a new and improved version of one of the most popular Super Nintendo games. The "classic arcade, hoops reignited" version is scheduled to be released on October 5 for Nintendo Wii and will be available as a download for XBox and PlayStation 3 users.

The game will have two featured modes: Classic and remix. The classic mode is just as it sounds—the game play will be pretty much identical to the origin...

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