The official video game of AND 1 Streetball. Based on the ESPN series of the same name, players get to step in the shoes of top Streetball players or create their own baller as they try to earn a contract with AND 1 on the Mix Tape Tour.
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The Professor
Phillip Champion ...
Hot Sauce
Dennis Chism ...
Spyda
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Trikz
Jamar Davis ...
The Pharmacist
Waliyy Dixon ...
Main Event
Lonnie Harrell ...
Prime Objective
John Harvey ...
High Octane
Anthony Heyward ...
Half Man Half Amazing
Eric Holmes ...
Spinmaster
John Humphrey ...
Helicopter
Troy Jackson ...
Escalade
Hugh Jones ...
Baby Shack
Tony Jones ...
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The official video game of AND 1 Streetball. Based on the ESPN series of the same name, players get to step in the shoes of top Streetball players or create their own baller as they try to earn a contract with AND 1 on the Mix Tape Tour.

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Do you have what it takes to be the next Streetball legend?

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6 June 2006 (USA)  »

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Spun-off from Streetball: The AND 1 Mix Tape Tour (2002) See more »

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Didn't really live up to the hype
21 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Off the top, I was excited about AND 1 Streetball. Being a fan of the mix tapes and the show. I couldn't wait to get my hands on this title. After firing through the amazingly simple and quick tutorial (which isn't a good thing, I had to make a change from the easier controls in the NBA STREET series to take on the "intuitive and innovative" control scheme of AND 1 Streetball. It was a relief to play a realistic basketball title with tricks you could actually pull off on the court. With that said, And 1 Streetball just doesn't do that well at all. The tricks are preformed with the Left and Right Analog Sticks and while they go fluidly with the animations of the player on-screen, while playing with the controller just doesn't work as well as it could. There are only a handful of moves that can be used in the game, most of which are from the legendary Hot Sauce. It's understandable that being a realistic game, in general, it might fail short in quantity as there isn't many tricks you can do to show off, but this is unacceptable. With the controls pretty much mastered, it's easy to get drawn into the game. Pulling off Level 3's on someone is about as simple as drinking from a glass. Alley ops, crossovers, and hypnotic dribbling really make this game shine. Mic Checka moves are AND 1's answer to the Gamebreaker in NBA Street and they seem to fit well however the opposing team falls victim to some really awkward glitching (i.e. Mic Checka seems to make players fall who are no longer guarding the person who's doing it). Playing through the Story mode gets tiresome really fast and going against the AND 1 team is like playing your high school basketball team against the Harlem Globetrotters. Your team, in essence, is a bunch of ball-hoarding pseudo legends… which isn't a bad thing per SE. However, when playing against the AND 1 team, the true frustration of having your team do absolutely nothing on defense is enough to drive anyone crazy. More than often you'll witness an ankle break on a person who is no longer guarding the ball carrier. This is where the game excels. The soundtrack is exactly what I would expect from an AND 1 title. There could have been better voice acting.


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