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Hoops Springs Eternal

How a video game brought about an NBA revolution


LIVIN’ THE GREEN Virtual Jayson Tatum in 2K18, the latest iteration of the NBA game.
HOW’S TOM CRUISE DOING? Twelve years after Oprah’s couch.

BOSTON CELTIC JAYSON TATUM, ONE OF THE top young players in basketball, stood out in the cramped, humid room in midtown Manhattan. It wasn’t just his 6-feet-8 inch height; Tatum, along with several other NBA stars—including C.J. McCollum of the Portland Trail Blazers and Brooklyn Nets guard D’Angelo Russell—was moving through a crowd of fanatic basketball fans, relatively unbothered, as if they were soccer players.

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