1994’s NBA Jam Has Been Updated With 2020 Rosters

1994’s NBA Jam Has Been Updated With 2020 Rosters
Screenshot: NBA Jam 2K21
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I love NBA Jam, and I love 90s basketball, but look, I don’t always want to play as Tom Gugliotta or Kendall Gill. Sometimes, I want to play NBA Jam and play as Alex Caruso or Bam Adebayo, and now I can.

This excellent mod for 1994’s NBA Jam Tournament Edition (not 1993’s NBA Jam) brings the game mostly up to date, adding current rosters (including the latest rookie class), fleshing the number of teams out to the full 30 (previous versions couldn’t get there, since there weren’t 30 teams in the league when the original game came out) and editing logos and uniforms where necessary.

Here’s some video of the latest version of the mod in action, and if you’re wondering who the player’s “Allen” and “Cage” are, it’s not Ray Allen and Michael Cage, it’s…Barry Allen, aka The Flash, and Johnny Cage, because this is NBA Jam, and it wouldn’t be NBA Jam without secret characters.

If you want to download the mod, you can get it here.

1994’s NBA Jam Has Been Updated For 2017

If you want to play the 1994 Tournament Edition version of NBA Jam, but use LeBron James and Steph Curry instead of Shawn Kemp and John Stockton, then Hogs With A Blog have done you a great service and modded today’s superstars into yesteryear’s classic game.

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(Thanks Simon!)

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