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Submitted by BLACKBIBLE 1100d ago | interview

NBA Baller Beats With Carmelo Anthony "My Favorite Game's Call of Duty"

GamerFitNation’s Antwand “BlackBible” Pearman Interviewed Carmelo Anthony on NBA Baller Beats during ProCamps at St John’s University. Anthony lead the way at St. John’s University showing today’s youths how gaming can be both active and fun with NBA Baller Beats. this upcoming full-motion basketball rhythm game was being used to teach dribbling at ProCamps, a nation-wide sports summer camp program. (Culture, Kinect, NBA Baller Beats, Xbox 360)

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BLACKBIBLE  +   1100d ago
He seems to be a pretty nice guy.
PHIBALNATION  +   1100d ago
You seem to be a pretty racist fellow.
niulin1   1100d ago | Spam
Parappa  +   1100d ago
Surprised this blog site hasn't been banned from N4G yet.
black911  +   1100d ago
The average gamer/athlete usually play sports games or shooters like call of duty. No surprise.

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