Prior to hitting to the hardwood in GBA Championship Basketball: Two-on-Two, you must first rate each of your playing abilities (dribbling, jumping, etc.) on a scale of one to six. Then you must select between game options: one player league play, two player head-to-head, two player teammates and one player exhibition game. When choosing a teammate, you can draft a superstar from a list of players whose names and skills are similar to real NBA players. For example: Larry Berg (Larry Bird) has a wide range of skills, and Wilt "the Tilt" Dumage (Wilt "the Stilt" Chamberlain) is unstoppable inside.
Just like in real basketball, GBA Championship Basketball: Two-on-Two features fouls, the three-second rule, steals, traveling, a 24-second clock, timeouts, blocked shots, rebounds, offensive and defensive play calling and man-to-man or zone defense. Unlike normal shots, which have a better chance of going in if you release the ball at just the right moment, free throw accuracy is determined by the player's outside shooting range.
After a game or tournament, you can read the newspaper to check team names, the leading scorer's name, the final score, shooting percentages and the total number of field goals, rebounds, steals and blocked shots for each team.
If you're not ready for the big time, you might first want to get in a little practice. You can work on your hook shots, jump shots, slam dunks, tip-ins and rebounds, all without the encumbrance of a defender. In the two-player practice mode, you can play one-on-one or you can challenge a friend to a friendly game of "Around the World" or "Horse."
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