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                   NBA Live 2000 (PSX & N64) 
                        Version: Final
                   Brett "Nemesis" Franklin 
                E-mail: thebeefycow@hotmail.com 



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                       TABLE OF CONTENTS 
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                       I. INTRODUCTION 
                      II. LEGAL STUFF 
                     III. UPDATES/REVISION HISTORY 
                      IV. CONTROLS 
                          i. SPECIAL MOVES 
                       V. GAME OPTIONS 
                      VI. TIPS 
                     VII. TOP 5 PLAYERS 
                    VIII. TOP 5 TEAMS 
                      IX. SECRETS 
                       X. FAQ
                      XI. 50 GREATEST PLAYERS*
                     XII. IMPROVEMENTS TO LIVE '01
                    XIII. READER TIPS 
                     XIV. CREDITS
                      XV. CONTACT INFO

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***ATTENION WEBMASTERS***
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STUFF SECTION OF THIS FAQ. 

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SORRY IF I'M BEING RUDE, BUT I'M SICK OF PEOPLE JUST TAKING MY FAQS 
WITHOUT MY CONSENT. THANK YOU.
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I just got this game for Christmas, and let me tell you, this game plays 
better than any other basketball game on the PlayStation, and is equal 
to NBA 2K for the Dreamcast. Even though it may not look as good, it 
plays as good as NBA 2K looks. Trust me.  
 
Also, playing against Michael Jordan is a dream come true, as is playing 
with other legends such as Dr. J, Larry Bird, George " 
Iceman" Girvin, Wilt Chamberlin, and Magic Johnson.  
 
Oh yeah, and the soundtrack kicks total ass. 

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Here's a review from IGN that shows that NBA Live 2000 can DEFINETLY 
compete with NBA 2K: 
 
December 6, 1999  
 
NBA Live 2000 is the latest in the very popular and highly successful 
basketball series from EA Sports. Once again it proves to be the best in 
its field, but it still needs a lot of fine-tuning in order for it to 
gain the same legendary status as EA's NHL and NFL games.  

GAMEPLAY 
As we've all come to expect from EA Sports games, this game has it all. 
Live 2000 is loaded with gameplay features that will undoubtedly make 
any die-hard basketball fan wobbly in the knees. The normal stuff like 
the exhibition mode, season mode, and playoffs are all here. Plus, 
extras like a 1-on-1 mode, 3 Point Shootout, Practice mode, and NBA 
Legends mode are also present.  

The 1-on-1 mode is the newest addition to the NBA Live series. It 
enables you to pit NBA stars in a 1-on-1 match-up on an outdoor court. 
Players can use any of their favorite current NBA stars, plus past all-
stars from the '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, and '90s. This enables players to 
setup match-ups like Dr. J versus Michael Jordan or Larry Bird versus 
Magic Johnson. The gameplay in this mode is pretty basic and isn't too 
deep, but it is fun to play around in and is a blast to mess around with 
against other human opponents.  

There is also an Arcade mode. In this mode, the action is 5-on-5 but 
takes an NBA Jam style approach. There are no rules, you can knock down 
players, go out of bounds and perform some out-of-this world dunks.  
While it's fun to mess around in the arcade, 1-on-1, Legends, and 3 
Point Shootout modes, the most significant play mode is undeniably the 
season mode with the simulation setting. This puts the player in a real 
NBA season with all the rules and the most realistic gameplay available. 
It's the closest that most of us can get to playing in the NBA.  

For the most part, EA Sports has successfully created a complete NBA 
basketball simulation. As usual, you have complete control over the 
players and they respond instantly to your button presses. The game 
player has total control over what the on-court character does. 
Everything from the fade-aways, dunks, spin moves, crossovers, steals, 
and hand-checks are completely in your control.  
The computer's artificial intelligence is the best that you'll see in 
any PlayStation hoops game. On the All-star and Superstar difficulty 
settings, the CPU will respond in a fairly realistic manner. However, 
there still are plenty of instances where the CPU will pass up easy 
drives or easy shots.  

Another problem is that the difficulty isn't really handled that well. 
The computer does get a little better on the higher settings, but most 
of the difficulty changes only affect the human player. Instead of it 
getting harder to stop the CPU opponent as the difficulty increases, it 
instead seems to just get harder to make shots.  
While playing on the Superstar difficulty setting, there wasn't a single 
game played in simulation mode over a total of about 20 games that the 
computer had a field goal percentage over 40%. Most games saw the 
computer shoot well under 30% from the floor. The games still proved to 
be challenging because the computer was very good at getting offensive 
rebounds.  

This brings up another grievance. The computer-controlled teammates 
seemed to have a weaker AI than the opponents that were controlled by 
the CPU. On most rebounds, the CPU teammates would jump up and towards 
the rim, only to have the rebound go over their heads and right into the 
hands of the opponent. Even with the gameplay set to crash the boards, 
it was fairly common for the CPU opponent to dominate the offensive 
boards.  

GRAPHICS 
Live 2000 is among the elite when it comes to basketball games on the 
PlayStation. The game starts out with an excellent FMV introduction 
that's by far the best I've seen for any sports videogame. It features a 
brilliant collection of dunks, exciting plays and some fine NBA 
cheerleaders all spliced together in an exciting intro.  

The gameplay graphics are also top-notch, yet far from perfect. The 
player motion is generally really smooth and the game features some of 
the best-animated basketball players you'll find on the PS. For 
instance, when watching the action on the court, you'll notice little 
things like players turning their heads to look toward the man that 
they're supposed to be covering.  

There are also numerous signature moves for he NBA stars, plus little 
extras like knuckle touches and extra free throw animations. In some 
cases, the players will look a lot like their real-life counterparts, 
but for the most part, they only slightly resemble them. Players vary in 
height and size, but they still don't really represent the real NBA 
players as accurately as they should. For instance, Shaq doesn't quite 
stand out as much in Live 2000 because of his size like he does in the 
NBA.  

The game's biggest problem in the graphics department is its horrible 
framerate. The framerate is really choppy during the game and it worsens 
when one of the auto-replays begins. While this is a problem that needs 
to be remedied, it actually doesn't hinder the gameplay at all.  

SOUND 
The play-by-play is handled by Don Poier (Vancouver Grizzlies), with 
color commentary by two-time NBA All-Star Reggie Theus. In general, the 
color commentary that is provided lacks emotion and seems pretty dry, 
but the play-by-play is much more enthusiastic. It's still nothing 
special and it won't impress anyone.  

All the in-game sounds are there, with excellent noises for the ball 
bouncing, shoes squeaking, and balls slamming off the rim or backboard. 
The crowd cheers and noises are good and help add to the game's 
enjoyment. Lastly, the music that's included with Live 2000 is the best 
you'll find in any console basketball videogame. 
 
NBA Live 2000 is undeniably the best basketball game currently on the 
PlayStation. It's jam-packed with all the features that any die-hard 
hoops fan would want in a basketball game. And with all of the Legends, 
it's bound to attract fans of previous generations. Personally, I grew 
up with players like Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Dr. J, so playing 
around with the '80s team was especially pleasurable.  

Whilst the game is loaded with features and does so many things right, I 
found a lot of flaws in it. The AI of your teammates could use a lot of 
improvement and so many things need to be done to the game to make it 
more realistic. All of this brings me to my dilemma: Live 2000 is the 
best basketball game on the system, it's better than the previous games 
in the series, and last year's version was given a 9.0. 
Conversely, the game has a lot of flaws and doesn't deserve any sort of 
legendary status. So, how should it be rated?  

Should I go with strictly how I think the game should be and rate it on 
that solely? Or should I rate it solely on how it compares to other 
games in its genre? After a lot of thought, I decided to take both 
things into consideration when giving it the 8.8. It's better than Live 
'99 and Shootout '97 even though each of those received 9.0s. However, 
neither of the games deserves to be rated that high, nor does Live 2000. 
It's a very good game and the best on the system, but I think that 
things can be better. In fact, they can be much better.  
PlayStation basketball fans that have been pleased with the Live series 
will buy this game and will most likely be pleased with the game and 
their purchase. I personally expect a LOT from my sports games, more so 
than any other genre. EA Sports has managed to meet my expectations with 
its NHL series and Madden NFL series. Live doesn't reach my lofty 
expectations. Though, it's still a solid and enjoyable gaming experience 
and I recommend it for any PlayStation owner looking to buy an NBA 
basketball game. 
 
OVERALL SCORE: 8.8 out of 10 
 
--David Zdyrko 
 

 
 
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This FAQ can only appear on the following sites: 
 
-GameFAQS > 
-Cheat Code Central > 
-GameSages >
-Vgstrategies.com(). 
 
If anyone finds it on any other site, please inform me ASAP. 
 
E-Mail Address: thebeefycow@hotmail.com
 
Copyright:
© Copyright 1999-2000 Brett "Nemesis" Franklin. It may not be stolen, 
altered, or used for any type of profit. It may be reproduced 
electronically, and printed for PRIVATE, PERSONAL use. It may not be 
placed on a CD, printed in a magazine or any type of publication. If you 
would like to contribute to this FAQ (you will be credited,) please e-
mail me, as well as any questions, comments, or corrections, to the 
address above. 
 
 
 
 
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III. UPDATES/REVISION HISTORY 

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Version 0.2 (12/26/99) 
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First version. Just got the game, so I should be adding more things in 
the future.

Version 0.4 (12/27/99)
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Tiny update. Just corrected how to unlock Michael Jordan. Also, there IS 
a create-a-player mode. Here's how to get to it. At the opening screen 
(the one that shows all of the modes) press Circle, and then you should 
see an icon that sats PLAYERS. Just click on it. Thanks to 
SaiyanPride1@aol.com for this. Added even more Secrets. Also added MJ's 
stats. Added a TON of codes, so check 'em out.

Version 0.6 (12/28/99)
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Added two new sections: 50 Greatest Players and Improvements to Live 
'01. 

Version 0.8 (12/29/99)
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Re-added the review that was so strangley absent from the last version. 
Also added some new questions, added another NEW Section: READER TIPS. 
This is where, you, the readers, can send in any tips or strategies you 
have to me, where I will share them with fellow NBA Live-er's (Me thinks 
that Live-er's isn't a real word. Hmmm...)

Version 1.0 (12/30/99)
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Added Cliff Hagen in the 50 Greatest Players Section. Also added another 
Suggestion for Making Live '01 better.

Version 1.2 (01/04/00)
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Added some more reader tips, and some more improvements for Live '01, 
and updated the FAQ Section.

Version 1.4 (01/07/00)
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Added an answer to a question in the FAQ Section regarding how to view 
standings in season mode, and I just wanted to say something:

** I HAVE RECIEVED NUMEROUS E-MAILS TELLING ME THAT THERE IS A CREATE A 
PLAYER MODE IN LIVE 2000. APPARENTLY THESE PEOPLE DO NOT READ THE FAQ, 
BECAUSE SINCE 12/27/99, I'VE TOLD EVERYONE THAT THERE IS A CREATE A 
PLAYER MODE, AND HOW TO GET TO IT. YET, PEOPLE STILL E-MAIL ME TO THIS 
VERY DAY TELLING ME HOW WRONG I AM, AND THAT THERE IS A CREATE A PLAYER 
MODE. I KNOW THIS, AND IT'S LISTED IN THREE PARTS OF THIS FAQ: VERSION 
UPDATE FOR 12/27/99, SECRETS SECTION, AND THE FAQ SECTION. IF SOME OF 
YOU WOULD JUST TAKE THE TIME TO READ THIS FAQ, YOU WOULD HAVE KNOWN THAT 
I KNEW ABOUT THE C.A.P MODE. I DON'T WANT TO SOUND UNGRATEFUL FOR THE 
HELP AND ALL, BUT I'VE GOTTEN MORE THAN 50 E-MAILS TELLING ME THAT THERE 
IS THIS MODE IN LIVE 2000, AND FRANKLY, I'M SICK OF IT. SO FOR NOW ON, 
IF I RECIEVE ANY MAIL TELLING ME ABOUT THE C.A.P MODE, THEY WILL BE 
DELETED. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING, AND FOR READING THIS. ;)

Version 1.6 (01/09/00)
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Added the controls for the N64 version of Live 2000. This FAQ is now for 
BOTH versions(PSX and N64) of NBA Live 2000, so it can be accessible to 
more people.

Version 1.8 (01/20/00)
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Added some more reader tips, and another suggestion for making Live 2000 
better next year.

Version 1.9 (01/28/00)
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Added some simple ASCII art at the top of this FAQ, added some more 
Greatest Players and which team they retired on. Also, I added some more 
reader tips, and some more general tips. BTW, this will most likely be 
the LAST update for this FAQ.

 
 
 
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*NOTE* These controls came straight from the game manual. 
 

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PSX VERSION 
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DEFENSE 
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START-----------Selects Pause menu 
SELECT----------No use 
 
L1--------------Direct switch/walk 
L2--------------Switch player 
 
R1--------------Turbo 
R2--------------Face up 
 
TRIANGLE--------Jump 
CIRCLE----------Hand check 
SQUARE----------Steal 
X---------------Switch Player 
 
 
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OFFENSE  
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START-----------Selects Pause Menu 
SELECT----------No use 
 
L1--------------Direct shoot 
L2--------------Direct pass/walk 
 
R1--------------Turbo 
R2--------------Stutter Step/Fakes 
 
TRIANGLE--------Back down 
CIRCLE----------Shoot 
SQUARE----------Crossover 
X---------------Pass


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EVERYTHING
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Z------------Quick menu

Start--------Pause menu, go to the next screen

A------------Selects whatever is highlighted
B------------Goes back to previous screen
D pad/Joystick--Used to highlight things

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DEFENSE
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Start--------Pause menu

Z------------N/A

A------------Switch players
B------------Jump

C-Down-------Weak steal
C-Right------Strong steal
C-Left+C-Right--Strongest steal
C-Up---------Double team
C-Left-------Speed burst


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OFFENSE
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Start-------Pause menu

Z-----------N/A

A-----------Pass ball
B-----------Shoot ball

C-Left------Turbo
C-Down------Spin move/Post up
C-Up--------Call for a pick
C-Right-----Crossover/Dribble between legs



 
 
 
 
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SPIN MOVE--------Triangle while holding down Turbo. 
 
COOLER, MORE POWERFUL DUNKS-----Dunking while holding down Turbo. 
 
MORE AIR ON DUNKS----------Get a running start (hold Turbo), then press 
Circle when you're on the freethrow line. 
 
 
 
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Here are the various game options: 
 
 
EXHIBITION: Just a fast game between any two teams. This is where it is 
usually good to hone in on your skills. During Exhibition I usually try 
to accomplish difficult feats such as having 15 steals a game on the 
hardest level, triple doubles, over 15 assists, beating a team by ten 
points, and making an amazing 15 three pointers in the game.  
 
 
MICHAEL JORDAN IN 1-0N-1: Even though it says just Michael Jordan, you 
can pick anybody you want to play against. In this mode it lets you 
prove yourself on a street court against the NBA's best, past and 
present. However in order to play as Michael Jordan you must beat hime 
first. In order to beat your opposition you must win by at least 2 
points. Every point inside the perimeter counts as 1, while the shots 
behind the arc count as 2. This mode is incredibly fun and also lets you 
tune on your b-ball skills. 
 
 
SEASON: Lets you compete in a full regaualr season consisting of up to 
82 games. During this you can choose the amount of teams in the league, 
season length, playoff length, schedule type, stat tracking, trade 
deadlines, and trade restrictions. For an extra challenge attempt to 
play the full season of the 82 games and all 29 teams.  
 
 
NBA LEGENDS: Lets you play as one of the faboulous teams in the last 50 
years, in a single exhibition game. In this mode up to 8 players can 
play. This mode is very similar to the Shick Rookie Game which is not 
included in Live 2000.  
 
 
NBA DRAFT: Complete a draft and save your new/updated rosters to a 
memory card. This mode is a very interesting way to start a new season 
or playoffs because it adds some varitey to your every day game. This 
means that you will most likely win and have a fun time doing it. 
 
 
PRACTICE: This mode is excactly what it says; it lets you practice. This 
is probably the best place to perfect your shooting skills. The only bad 
thing about it is that you can only practice with one person, unlike NBA 
2K.  
 
 
PLAYOFFS: This mode allows you to skip over the season all together and 
head for the gold early on. During the mode you can select playoff 
length, and whether or not full stat tracking is on or off. You can also 
either disable trading if that's what you prefer. 
 
 
3 POINT SHOOTOUT: This mode allows to compete against either 2 or up to 
8 human or computer opponents. During this mode you and your opponents 
take turn to see who can drill the most 3's in 60 seconds. During this 
there are 5 balls at each rack. The regular ones are worth one point 
each, while the last ABA ball is worth 2 points. 
 
 
 
 
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Here are some helpful tips: 
 
-When you release the ball, the ball should always be realeased at the 
top of the jump. If it is not you will not have great success and will 
loose some of your scoring opportunities. 
 
 
-Always remember in the Michael Jordan 1-on-1 to clear out the ball. 
I've had so many times when the points were unaccounted for because of 
my forgetfulness. 
 
 
-Whenever you go for a dunk or a lay-up sometimes it might be better to 
hold L1. This gives you different dunks and lay-ups and can lead for a 
more exciting time. Some of the dunks vary from a regular dunk, to a 360 
dunk, and to the whirlwind dunk. Many of the dunks are spectacular and 
the trash-talking makes it even funnier.  
 
 
-During the Exhibition, if your going for the goal of 15 steals, it 
might be better to turn off the fouls and just start intentially fouling 
them. This could lead to some faboulous fast breaks, and stunning dunks. 
 
 
-While playing in a game always remember to pass. There is no I in team 
work. The AI is much improved from previous incarnations of the series. 
This time it is much harder to drive to the hole. Pass it around the 
perimeter and give it to the big man or hit the open 3.  
 
 
-Use your teamates to your advantage. Use the smalls guys to steal and 
the big guys to hit the big dunks. Try to use the quickness of the small 
guys to run down the court and the advantage of the big guy to block the 
shots. 
 
 
-During the fastbreaks it might be helpful to pull of the big alley-opp. 
This is astounishing how they created this effect. To throw the lob hit 
L2 and X at the same time. 
 
 
-Since Michael Jordan is such a threat in 1-on-1 mode on the superstar 
difficulty level, here are some extra tactics to use while playing 
against him: 
- One thing you can do is to use the intential foul to 
your advantage, in other words, foul like a mother. 
 
- Another thing to do that's funny is to foul while there 
going for the dunk. Sometimes they'll hit the asphalt 
so hard there head bangs or they hit the pole and 
scream in profanity. 
 
- During the rookie level you'll find that he is very 
easy to shake and will fall for just about any fake. 
So it's pretty easy to shoot wide open.  
 
- Also, use the face up move (R2) and it might make it 
easier to guard him.  
 
- While he is shooting try to predict the shot. I must 
at least get 10-20 swats a game. All you do is to wait 
until you see him go up and try to plan it at the same 
time. You can also hit it while it's in mid-air. 
 
- Also, use the stutter step. This can provide the first 
step and lead to an easy dunk. It may also lead to a 
saying " Ah, you broke my ankles."

- When your opponent shoots, while the ball is in  
the air, run into him. Be sure not to shove him, just hit him. 9 out of 
10 times the shot will miss. I have no idea why it does that but it 
works, try it. Also, if you are playing against a big forward like Shaq, 
use the hook shot because it can't be blocked(r2+triangle).                

-From: "Matt Clark" 

- First I would like to make it known that I am the greatest NBA Live 
2000 player on the face of the earth. Second I wanted to make a 
correction: select calls for a pick on offense you have to stand there 
for a second to give a team mate a change to set up, then just go around 
and drive to the well or shoot a jumpshot. Select on defense call for 
the double team. Great for playing against Houston or Jordan. Takes 
Houston completely out of the game if your playing a friend. 
 
The elusive "rebound dunk" we all have seen the computer catch the 
offensive board off the glass and ram it back down the hole. And as we 
cringe in pain we think to our selves "how the hell do I do that??" Well 
my friends cringe no more. It's best to go to practice and try this out. 
It's hard as hell to get in a game and you probably will never get it on 
the CPU since the box out so well. But do a little hook shot which will 
probably miss then hold down L2 then hit triangle(jump)+circle(shoot) at 
the same time, twice, fast. Then watch the fireworks!!  
 
P.S. It's hard to tap circle+triangle 2 times fast so if you have 
trouble just hold L2 and keep mashing the hell out of them, fast as soon 
as the ball hits the rim. -From: "Mclennan, Ketema" 
 

- Hey brett  
 
Sorry I gave you that bad info on the rebound dunk, it had beed a while 
since I had done it and I forgot the right way, but anyway this is how 
it's done: 
 
REBOUND DUNK: 
When you miss a shot get between a defender and the basket. HOLD DOWN L2 
+ R1 and then hit Triangle(jump) + Circle(shoot)TWICE. You must tap jump 
and shoot at the same time twice while holding R1+L2. If you have 
trouble just mash the hell out of jump and shoot while holding R1+L2 and 
the guy will do it. Try to perfect this move in practice mode before 
trying it in a game. 
 
Corrections: select calls for a pick on offense and a double team on 
defense. -From: "Mclennan, Ketema"  
 
 


 
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These are my picks for the top 5 players in NBA Live 2000: 
 
5) ANTONIO McDYESS 
 
Overall Rating--79 
Jump Shooting---83 
3 Point FGs-----52 
Dunking---------97 
 
Antonio McDyess, in my opinion the best powar foward to play the game 
right now. He has a nice turn around and very great dunking abillities. 
The only thing that keeps him from being recognized is that he plays for 
the Nuggets in Denver, my hometown. 
 
 
4) JASON WILLIAMS 
 
Overall Rating--76 
Jump Shooting---84 
3 Point FGs-----80 
Dunking---------60 
 
Jason Williams, probably the best and most exciting point guard in the 
league. He throws the nicest passes and does some of the most miraculous 
moves. Have you seen that NIKE commercial?  
 
 
 
3) LARRY BIRD 
 
Overall Rating--83 
Jump Shooting---98 
3 Point FGs-----97 
Dunking---------72 
 
Larry Bird, the best all time forward to ever grace the court. He has 
the beautiful inside and outside shots which make him a big threat. He 
also has a reputation of doing nice moves which led to the 3 titles in 
the Boston Legacy. 
 
2) VINCE CARTER 
 
Overall Rating--81 
Jump Shooting---88 
3 Point FGs-----72 
Dunking---------99 
 
Vince Carter, the most exciting forward to ever play the game. He has 
beatiful dunks and flys above the rim to soaring hights. He also has a 
nice shot and is good under pressure in big time situations. My vote for 
NBA MVP this year. Bye, Bye Mr. Duncan. 
 
1) MICHAEL JORDAN 
 
overall--------88 
inside scoring-95 
jump shooting--99 
3 point--------77 
free throw-----84 
dunking--------99 
stealing-------87 
blocking-------74 
Def Awareness--97 
Quickness------95 
Off Awareness--98 
Off Rebound----67 
Def rebound----70 
Jumping--------99 
Strength-------85 
Passing--------86 
Speed----------96 
Dribbling------94 
 

Michael Jordan, the best guard to ever play the game. He is probably the 
most household name in all of America. He has a well known reputation of 
being above the rim. People don't know that he also has intimidating 
defense and a pretty shot. He also passes...sometimes. And now he has a 
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And now, here are MY top picks for the top 5 teams in NBA Live 2000: 
 
 
5) THE 90'S ALL-STAR TEAM: 
 
This is one of the best teams of all times. The only reason this team is 
good is because of Michael Jordan and the soon to be Hall of Famers, 
Vince Carter and Jason Williams. Enough said. 
 
4) THE 80'S ALL-STAR TEAM: 
 
This is probably the best All-Star team. It has the greats like Larry 
Bird, Dr. J, Magic Johnson, and George Girvin. Also, they had the 
complete package: they had the big man, the pure shooter, the passer, 
the dunker, and the greatest fingerroller of all-time, George Girvin. 
 
3) THE DENVER NUGGETS 
 
One team not well known, but very well known to me. Their losing streaks 
in the past few years, and now the major comebacks of today. Right now I 
think they are among the top contenders to the Finals and the World 
Champions. With the strong leadership of McDyess, VanExel, and Ron 
Mercer they have a really good chance. 
 
2) THE SACRAMENTO KINGS 
 
 
The main reason they are in here is because of their highlights and 
unselfishness that keeps them going. The presence of passer Jason 
Williams and the rebounder Chris Webber make them outstanding. They are 
probably the best duo next to Jordan and Pippen, and Malone and 
Stockton. The unique passing always keeps me at the edge of my seat 
waiting to see what happens next and to soon see that on a card next 
year. They are possible contenders for the championship. 
 
1) THE TORONTO RAPTORS 
 
The only reason they made the list was because of Vince Carter. Then his 
cousin Tracy McGrady. These two are THE dunking duo and can probably win 
the slam dunk contest every year. Vince Carter jumps so high for lobs 
and spectacular dunks. Tracy dosen't dunk as much, but when he does he 
creates a breathtaking image. Another reason is because of the long 
distance shooting of Doug Christy and Dee Brown. It's pretty funny to 
see Mugusy Bouges run next to Shaq. Let's all laugh. 
 
 
 
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There IS a create-a-player mode. Here's how to get to it:

At the opening screen (the one that shows all of the modes) press 
Circle, and then you should see an icon that sats PLAYERS. Just click on 
it. Thanks to SaiyanPride1@aol.com for this.

 
Here are the secrets that I've unlocked so far:
 
 
ISAIAH THOMAS: Get 15 steals in one game with one person on the 
Superstar difficulty setting. 
 
MICHAEL JORDAN: Beat Michael Jordan in One-on-One mode on Superstar 
difficulty setting with default rules on. He should then be in the 
Legends mode, playable.
 
RICHARD GUIREN: Get over 20 points in the Three Point Shootout on any 
difficulty setting. 


LEGEND PLAYERS
 
At the "Game Setup" screen, press Circle to display the quick menu. 
Highlight the player icon, press Right and press X to select the "Create 
Player" icon. Enter one of the following first and last names and press 
X to accept the entries at the "Create Player" screen. If you entered 
the code correctly, a message will appear. Press Start to return to the 
"Game Setup" screen. Press Circle to display the quick menu. Highlight 
the star icon and press X to display the Unlock Legends screen. 
Highlight a Legend player that has been unlocked and press X to add him 
to the free agents pool. The Legend player may then be signed to any 
empty slot on a team. 

*PLAYER*                *ERA*        *FIRST NAME*        *LAST NAME*

Andrew Philip            50's          Whiz               Kid
Bill Sharman             50's          Charity            Stripe
Bob Cousy                50's          B-Balls            Cooz
Bob Pettit               50's          Crash              Boards
Carlo Braun              50's          Hard               Wood
Cliff Hagen              50's          Hook               Shoot
Dolph Schayes            50's          Set                Shot
George Yardly            50's          Yard               Bird
Harry Gallatin           50's          Iron               Horse
Larry Costello           50's          Cross              Over
Paul Arizin              50's          Pitchin'           Philli
Richard Guerin           50's          Play               Maker
Bill Russell             60's          All                Defensive
Elgin Baylor             60's          Offensive          Force
Hal Greer                60's          Jump               Shot
Jerry Lucas              60's          Lucas              Layup
Jerry West               60's          The Mr.            Clutch
Lenny Wilkins            60's          Player             Coach
Oscar Robertson          60's          Bucks              Big O
Sam Jones                60's          Bank               Shot
Tommy Heinsohn           60's          Flat               Shot
Walt Bellamy             60's          No                 Comment
Willis Reed              60's          Soft               Touch
Wilt Chamberlin          60's          Big                Goliath
Bill Walton              70's          Shot               Blocker
Billy Cunningham         70's          Leaping            Kangaroo
Bob Lanier               70's          Big                Foot
Dave Bing                70's          The                Duke
Dave Cowens              70's          Red                Head
Earl Monroe              70's          Magic              Pearl
John Havlicek            70's          John               Hondo
Nate Archibald           70's          Big                Tiny
Pete Maravich            70's          Passing            Pistol
Rick Barry               70's          Foul               Shot
Walt Frazier             70's          Cool               Clyde
Wes Unsled               70's          Glass              Cleaner
Charles Barkely          80's          Mound of           Rebound
Dominique Wilkins        80's          High               Light
Earvin Johnson           80's          Magical            Guard
George Gervin            80's          Chilled            Iceman
Hakeem Olajuwan          80's          The Dream          Machine
Isiah Thomas             80's          Bad Boy            Zeke
James Worthy             80's          Big                Game
Julius Erving            80's          Doctor's           In
Kevin McHale             80's          Sixth              Man
Larry Bird               80's          Celtic's           Pride
Michael Jordan           80's          Come Fly           With Me
Moses Malone             80's          Free               Throws
Robert Parish            80's          Celtic             Chief
David Robinson           90's          Spurs              Admiral
Gary Payton              90's          Human              Glove
Grant Hill               90's          Class              Act
John Stockton            90's          Jazz               Man
Karl Malone              90's          Mailman            Delivers
Mitch Richmond           90's          Live               Coverman
Patrick Ewing            90's          Player             President
Reggie Miller            90's          Outside            Threat
Shaquille O'Neal         90's          Little             Warrior
Shawn Kemp               90's          Power              Dunker
Scottie Pippen           90's          Complete           Game




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Q: Can you play as Michael Jordan? 
A: Yes, you can. Just beat him and he's yours to play as. 
 
Q: What's so different in this years version from last years version? 
A: Well, better graphics, refined b-ball engine, updated rosters, a new 
One-on-One mode where you can play against anyone, even the great MJ, 
players trash talk in One-on-One mode, and the inclusion of the NBA 
Legends players; the 50 greatest players of all-time. 
 
Q: Is it better than NBA 2K? 
A: Well, yes and no. Graphically, hell no. But gameplay wise, it is 
better than NBA 2K in most areas. It also has a ton more options than 
NBA 2K. 
 
Q: How many different hidden players are there to open? 
A: So far, I've opened only three, but I assume there's got to be more 
hidden somewhere. 
 
Q: Are there any women's teams from the WNBA? 
A: Not in this year's version, but there should be in next year's 
version. 
 
Q: Will there ever be a slam dunk contest in Live? 
A: Probably, but I wouldn't be suprised if it did make it on the 
PlayStation2 version.  
 
Q: How come there's no create-a-player mode? 
A:  There is. Look in the Secrets Section for info on how to find it. 

Q: How often do you update your guide? -From: PRK3307@aol.com
A: I usually update my guide(s) daily, but I usually slow down the 
updates when the FAQ is finished, or when I stop getting e-mail about 
it.

Q: How to create player in live 2000 for playstation and how to see  
standings during season mode? -From GeoffS333@aol.com
A: Look in the Secrets Section about the create a player mode, and look 
at the second question down for this answer. 

Q:  Is MJ on the 90's team, or is beating him the only way to play with 
him?
A: MJ is on the 80's because that's when he started playing in the NBA, 
and you have to beat him anyways to get him.

Q: Have you figured out how to view the season standings? I can't find 
them for the life of me. From: 
A: Go to the Stats Central menu icon and then push right. The Standings 
icon should then appear. -From: Marvin Tan  
 



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By request, here are the 50 greatest players (Legends) and the teams 
that they retired with.

*NOTE*- I've put all of the players and what team they retired with that 
I know of, so there are some players that I don't which team they 
retired with. If anyone knows the teams of players I don't know of, 
please tell me, and I'll give you credit, and post them. Thanks!

*PLAYER*                    *TEAM RETIRED WITH*

Andrew Philip                Boston Celtics
Bill Sharman                 Boston Celtics
Bob Cousy                    Boston Celtics
Bob Pettit                   St. Louis Hawks
Carlo Braun                  ???
Cliff Hagen                  Atlanta Hawks
Dolph Schayes                Syracuse Nats
George Yardly                Detroit Pistons/Syracuse Nats
Harry Gallatin               Detriot Pistons
Larry Costello               ???
Paul Arizin                  Philedelphia 76ers
Richard Guerin               Atlanta Hawks
Bill Russell                 Boston Celtics
Elgin Baylor                 Los Angles Lakers
Hal Greer                    Philedelphia 76ers
Jerry Lucas                  New York Knicks
Jerry West                   Los Angles Lakers
Lenny Wilkins                Atlanta Hawks
Oscar Robertson              Mil. Bucks
Sam Jones                    Boston Celtics
Tommy Heinsohn               Boston Celtic
Walt Bellamy                 New Orleans Jazz
Willis Reed                  New York Knicks
Wilt Chamberlin              Los Angles Lakers
Bill Walton                  Boston Celtics
Billy Cunningham             Philedelphia 76ers
Bob Lanier                   Detroit Pistons
Dave Bing                    Boston Celtics
Dave Cowens                  Boston Celtics
Earl Monroe                  New York Knicks
John Havlicek                Boston Celtics
Nate Archibald               New York Knicks
Pete Maravich                Utah Jazz
Rick Barry                   Los Angles Lakers
Walt Frazier                 New York Knicks
Wes Unsled                   Washington Bullets
Charles Barkely              Houston Rockets
Dominique Wilkins            Orlando Magic
Earvin Johnson               Los Angles Lakers
George Gervin                San Antonio Spurs
Hakeem Olajuwan              N/A
Isiah Thomas                 Detroit Pistons
James Worthy                 Los Angles Lakers
Julius Erving                Philedelphia 76ers
Kevin McHale                 Boston Celtics
Larry Bird                   Boston Celtics
Michael Jordan               Chicago Bulls
Moses Malone                 Philedelphia 76ers
Robert Parish                Chicago Bulls
David Robinson               N/A
Gary Payton                  N/A
Grant Hill                   N/A
John Stockton                N/A
Karl Malone                  N/A
Mitch Richmond               N/A
Patrick Ewing                N/A        
Reggie Miller                N/A
Shaquille O'Neal             N/A
Shawn Kemp                   N/A
Scottie Pippen               N/A

*N/A- Not yet retired


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XII. IMPROVEMENTS TO LIVE '01

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This is a new section where you, the readers can view your options of 
Live 2000, and can send in your thoughts on how Live '01 can be improved 
upon. So send in your improvements and thoughts to me, and I'll post 
'em!

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From: "Matt Clark"  

I have also been thinking of how they could make NBA Live '01 the 
greatest game ever. Add a dunk contest, full team practice like you 
suggested, 2 on 2, 3 on 3, more outside courts, make each individual 
arena exactly like its real life one, add a rookie draft in franchise 
mode possibly with the real college players included, a true franchise 
mode where you can be fired and you work in a salary cap and the team 
can be relocated, refs on the court, WNBA of course, more custom moves 
like crossovers and stuff like that, have the legends again but make 
them harder to unlock, include Kareem Abdul Jabaar in the all 80's team, 
the Shick Rookie Game, historic teams like they have in Madden, and 
finally my greatest idea; have each teams real announcer do the 
commentary for home games. That would be awesome to have Miami's 
announcer do Miami home games, it would make the game a more realistic 
experience. Of course these ideas probably won't happen but it would be 
cool if they did.

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From: Ansel McPherson 

 I am the one who gave you the tip. I have a suggestion 
for the 01. I would like to see more realism. Teams 
that lose alot would have smalller crowds, with near 
empty arenas. The allstar game would be complete with 
all star weekend. 

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From: Josh 

To have the announcers before the game, saying their predictions, for 
the game, at the beginning of the game. And having real advertisments on 
thew side where players sit ready to substitute.

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From: "Mclennan, Ketema"  

An improvement I would like to see would be to allow players to dive 
out of bounds to save runaway rebounds or blocked shots like you could 
on the old Genesis game 95 live etc. I would also like to see a full 
exhibition game outside with complete teams in street clothes.

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From: "Mclennan, Ketema" 

Improvements:  
 
What the hell is up with those weak blocks??? When you slap rubber you 
should go into Garnett mode and spike that garbage like a volleyball!! 

You should also be able to dive out of bounds and save loose balls like 
Rodman!! The defense shouldn't be so damn fast!! I hate it when you blow 
past a defender then Sabonis or some other slow guy runs you down and 
stops the break. Oh, and when you get fouled on a shot the ball should 
go toward the rim more often than it does.
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XIII. READER TIPS

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Here are some tips from readers out there. If you have any tips for NBA 
Live 2000, send them to me!

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From: booker_m@yahoo.com

First, I selected a player who was good overall. This 
player also has a good height matchup, speed matchup, 
and as defensively capable as Michael Jordan. The man 
is my favorite NBA Player Scottie Pippen. Without 
actually using these other players I could suggest 
Grant Hill(He is a taller younger quicker Scottie 
Pippen type player), You could use a guy like 
Sprewell, or Houston.(they are a good height Matchup 
and speed matchup, and Houston's jumper is good. 
 
Next, if you take Scottie Pippen here is what you can 
do: 

He has a good jump shot rating so you can generally 
hit the ball possession shot. It really doesn't matter 
if MJ gets the ball first anyway.  

When you get the ball, try to post up MJ. Scottie 
Pippen is an inch taller, but He has a sight weight 
advantage due to his position as a small forward/(he 
takes on large guys) MJ will fight back with his 
leverage put continue to post him up and back him into 
the key. The you can use the spin off move and usually 
get off a good shot or a dunk. If you have winner's 
outs you will get the ball back. If this is the case, 
try a head fake when he checks you the ball. He will 
sometimes bite on the fake and you have open lane.  
Take occasional 2 pt aka 3 point shots. Scottie has a 
good chance of making them after you score a few times 
and stop MJ a few times. 

On defense, you can play him close and foul him if he 
tries to dunk. MJ will not shoot easily over Scottie 
due to the obvious reasons. 

A side note: MJ has a good(really good) chance of 
hitting his shots if you play that lacksadaisical 
defense. Guard him close. He will hit many jumpers if 
he is allowed free air. He may blow past you a few 
times, but if you foul him it may not hurt you too 
much. 
Thanx
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From: "Matt Clark" 

When your opponent shoots, while the ball is in  
the air, run into him. Be sure not to shove him, just hit him. 9 out of 
10 times the shot will miss. I have no idea why it does that but it 
works, try it. Also, if you are playing against a big forward like Shaq, 
use the hook shot because it can't be blocked(r2+triangle).    

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From: 
-Easiest way to beat Jordan is to use Mitch Richmond...Just shoot twos.  
Better to use him than Bird because he's quicker on D. 
 
-you don't have to hold turbo for a spin move, just tap Triangle instead 
of holding it 
 
-on defense control the point guard all of the time and move him to 
double team on every pass. you get a ton of steals this way and the 
computer has trouble getting a good shot. be sure to leave the double 
early so your man isn't wide open for the shot. AI point guards can all 
shoot, even Derek Fisher and Avery Johnson who never score in the real 
game. 
 
-The Knicks and Blazers are probably the best teams overall. Houston and 
Smith hit almost all their threes if they're open. The Lakers, Spurs, 
Kings, and Heat are also good but have weak benches. Unless you're 
playing with fatigue turned off you need a team with at least a couple 
of scorers on the bench. It is often hard to find scoring when your 
stars are on the bench.

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From: Matt Tennihan  
Here's another option to try for beating MJ on Superstar difficulty 
(hey, it worked for me) 
 
Pick a small, superquick player - I used Iverson (76ers if your looking 
for him) 
 
I hear some of you out their complaining that Iverson can't match up 
with Jordan on D, but he has a distinct advantage on offense, his 
quickness. 
 
Use R2 to face up to MJ on defense and try to keep him to the outside. 
If he works his way into the paint, you may as well just foul him (O), 
because his height becomes a big advantage inside. MJ will make many of 
his shots, but hopefully you will be able to score even more frequently 
using these tips: 
 
 
1) When you get the check, wait for MJ to step up to you to defend you 
closely. Immediately (timing is important) use turbo (R1) to burst by 
him wide to one side. Most of the time, you will get by him and have an 
easy dunk. MJ IS VULNERABLE TO THIS QUICK MOVE WHEN HE IS CLOSING IN ON 
YOU SO PRACTICE TIMING 
 
2) When you get the check, quickly tap the shot button to make a shot 
fake. A few times during the game, MJ will fall for the fake and 
immediately leap to attempt to block the shot. When he does this, drive 
quickly to the hole for the open dunk. 
 
3) If you are having trouble getting by MJ, try backing up beyond the 
halfcourt line and driving toward him using turbo. Do a move when you 
get near him (tap R2 or square, or triangle, etc.) Often you will be too 
quick for Michael to keep up and be able to make an easy lay up or dunk. 
 
**KEEP TRYING AND BE PATIENT**

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TOP TEAMS & PLAYERS 
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PLAYERS 
1: JORDAN is almost automatic from inside the arc. His speed combined 
with defense are unmatched and he will bust the wide open three. 
 
2: PIPPEN 90's is almost as good as Jordan from within the arc and is 
better on D overall and outside the arc. 
 
3: CHAMBERLAIN is unstoppable down low and gets all the boards. 
 
4: BIRD is deadly and can score from anywhere on the court. He's 
taller than most small forwards and can shoot right over them. 
He also dribbles very well and has great D. 
 
5: GARNETT is WILT but with more speed a better jumper and more 
dribbling skills. Definitely the best regular player on the game. 
 
TEAMS: 90's, 80's, Spurs, Lakers, Portland in that order. 
 
From: "Mclennan, Ketema" 
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REBOUND DUNK: 
When you miss a shot get between a defender and the basket. HOLD DOWN L2 
+ R1 and then hit Triangle(jump) + Circle(shoot)TWICE. You must tap jump 
and shoot at the same time twice while holding R1+L2. If you have 
trouble just mash the hell out of jump and shoot while holding R1+L2 and 
the guy will do it. Try to perfect this move in practice mode before 
trying it in a game. 
 
Corrections: select calls for a pick on offense and a double team on 
defense. 

-From: "Mclennan, Ketema"  

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Andy Johnson - For creating the best 
web site on earth.

SaiyanPride1@aol.com- For the Create-a-player info.

Andy Tao" - For Michael Jordan's stats. 

Cheat Codes Central - For most of the codes.

NBA.com - For some of the retired player info. 

"Matt Clark" - For giving me the idea for 
the Improvements Section. Thanks!

booker_m@yahoo.com- For the tip on how to beat MJ. Thanks! 

hurt4u@mis.net- For telling me that Cliff Hagen retired with the Hawks. 
Thanks!

"Donald Strother"  - For telling me who Bob Lanier 
and Tommy Hiensohn retired with. Thanks!

"Paul & Jeannie Otto" - For giving me the controls 
for the N64 version of the game. Thanks!

"mike paparazzi" - For letting me know some 
of the 50 Greatest players, and what team they retired on. Thanks! 

 
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