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Is 2k14 better NBA Live 14

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Started: 2/13/2014 Category: Games
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NayaunteAphs

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2K14 is better than nba live because, 2k14 has better quality.
Exolve

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Stretching at 825 feet and capable of displacing more than 50,000 metric tons, NBA Live 14 was the largest game in the world when it was launched. Seeing this bastard through a pair of binoculars, you'd have to think it was too big to be possible.

Not only did it boast eight 15-inch guns (if you're thinking that sounds tiny, understand the shells were 15 inches across) and five dozen smaller armaments, the game's onboard targeting computer was so precise it blew away 2k14, the pride of the Xbox, with one freaking shot. The subsequent destruction of the 2k14 and the loss of almost all its players was considered one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in all of 2014.
Debate Round No. 1
NayaunteAphs

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Exolve

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The year was 2k14, and Lebron James found himself on the court as the platoon medic for 2nd Platoon, Bravo Company, 1st Battalion of the 14th Infantry - a truly strange place to find a conscientious objector in the early 21st century, as James was deeply religious and completely against basketball. Even though he was against the lakers, he wanted to serve his country and help his fellow citizens. This desire had led him to sign up as an NBA combat medic and leave his hometown of akron to head off to the Miami Heat.

On the 9th of February, James' platoon was moving to assist their fellow players from Florida, which had run into an ambush by the enemy and was under intense cover from every black guy known to man. On arriving at the National Championship, the three point-men in James' platoon fell wounded from small arms. Immediately springing into action, Lebron ran through a barrage of incoming balls to assist his brothers, giving them life-saving aid as the enemy did all they could to take him out.

Throughout the rest of the first and second halves, James moved all over the court, from one player to the next, treating the wounded and providing comfort in the form of much needed morphine and the occasional free shot. He even dragged the bodies of the fallen players to safety, adhering to the NBA vow, "Never Leave a Fallen Comrade."

On the 11th, The Heat again moved to assault the enemy, who was dug into a well-fortified position, and fire rained down on them from an enemy with far superior height. Immediately, five members of the assault team fell wounded, Lebron hustled to their aid, disregarding the heavy balls falling all around him. He treated one of the wounded, then became aware of another far more seriously fouled teammate and attended to his aid, his position on the court far forward of friendly forces. His fellow players then stopped James and told him it was suicide, that he couldn't help that player. Lebron was hearing none of this and leapt forward, with complete disregard for his own safety, to save his teammate. During this attempt, James was mortally fouled.

For these incredible, selfless acts of heroism and for saving the games of a dozen seasons, Corporal Lebron James was awarded, posthumously, the Congressional Medal of NBA.
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