Top 2012 NBA Draft Picks Have Virtual Game Too

The NBA remains a very hot commodity in the video game industry. The NBA Finals Championships had some 16.9 million people tuning in to see LeBron James and the Miami Heat defeat the Oklahoma Thunder in five games. And now the 2012 NBA Draft is one of the deepest in years.

The NBA Draft has seen increased viewership over the last three years, with last year’s draft netting an average of 3.2 million viewers. Over the last five years, the NBA Draft has averaged close to 2.9 million viewers.

This year’s top pick, Anthony Davis, is looking forward to going virtual in this fall’s NBA games. The future of the New Orleans Hornets talks games in the video below.

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Emilio_Estevez1579d ago (Edited 1579d ago )

Can't even look at Davis with that ridiculous uni-brow (which he trademarked a few things related to it the other day). Just glad there is no chance he goes to the Knicks, he will be good, just can't stand the damn uni-brow - it's absurd looking.

SKUD1579d ago

I agree. Looks really silly. Earring don't help either. Not sure why but he reminds me of dennis rodman. Doing weird things like that.

Statix1579d ago

That unibrow will be a strategic advantage, allowing him to distract defenders long enough for him to cross them over.

2pacalypsenow1579d ago

Cross over?? lol he has little offence

moparful991579d ago

@2pacalypsenow Are you kidding me? He averaged 14.2 Points per game at Kentucky.. He was a point guard before he grew 7 inches in one year and switched to a more defensive role.. There's a reason he's the number one overall draft pick this year...