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The following game was NBA Live 2002. After his trade from Golden State, Jordan came to Portland as the starting center for the Trail Blazers, but he only managed to play four games in the 2002-2003 season. He was waived by the Blazers before they made their first-round playoff exit to the Los Angeles Lakers.

It looks like Jordan took his basketball overseas with him as hed continue to play in leagues, specifically in a Euroleague GameCom in 2009. Despite this, he managed to appear in the rosters of NBA Live 2004, NBA Live 2005, NBA 2K8, and NBA 2K9. So far, its the only game in which he appears.

NBA 2Ks rosters from 2004 feature Corey Maggette, but hes not necessarily on the virtual hardwood; he was in the urns in the Celtics and Hawks all-time lists in 2004. However, just because he appears on the games rosters doesnt mean that he actually played for either of those organizations. My guess is that he was either on the virtual court once, or the producers contacted someone who had played for those teams and asked if they could add a player to 2Ks rosters.

Another player who featured in games but doesnt appear to have ever played in the league is Ed Cota. As noted in his biography on, he was able to make an impact in his own post-college league.

I wish I were in Las Vegas to give the NBA two thumbs up for their decision to include Rashard Lewis. Chances are hell get cut in training camp, making a few people sad until a later game. Unlike Henderson and Minard, here weve got a true late bloomer, the former Oklahoma State star hailing from Cameroon who did not make the college team in 1999. Lewis was a personal favorite of mine growing up, the fact that hes making the cover of the recent NBA Ballotcast makes me wish I were there in Vegas for this moment. 3d9ccd7d82

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