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Basketball Games is one of the top sports in America. The NBA is an amazing league that boasts some of the most skilled players in the world. This league has created some true sports legends such as Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Kobe Bryant. To play basketball, you must have skill, agility, strength and speed. Point Guards can pass the ball like lightning. Centers can catch boards and play defense. Shooting Guards can knock back jump shots for fun. Basketball is an exciting end to end game, and fun to watch and play.
Web-based basketball games take all that fun and action and let you take control of the court. Some basketball games allow you to control a full team of players and compete in tournaments. Other basketball games allow you to practice your shooting skills. There is also a range of cartoon and arcade basketballs games that let you play around with the ball. These basketball games we have selected cover all elements of gameplay and are a huge amount of fun.
Basketball Legends, for example, is an arcade game featuring NBA stars. Play 1v1 or 2v2 and use a variety of moves and shots. Once your special meter has filled up, you can unleash a mega dunk or turn your net to steel. If you register, you can save your progress and earn achievements. Halloween Basketball Legends features the same gameplay, but gives your characters awesome scary costumes! Dunkers, on the other hand, is an awesome pixel game - you must bounce and swing your arms to score a dunk. Finally, we have the crazy sports head basketball. In this simulation, you control a head. Using your hands, you must flip the ball into the hoop. You can buy various upgrades and compete in leagues and competitions. If you love basketball, then you are sure to love these games, so give them a try!
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Posted on Jun 13, 2019
In theory, you need a PS/2 to USB converter for keyboards. There are several models available at Amazon. Unfortunately, not all of these will work with all keyboards. Trial and error is often needed. Note: on some computers, you may find that the keyboard doesn't respond until the OS loads the USB driver. This is most likely to happen if the converter is plugged into a USB 3.0 port.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 06, 2018
Yes, this is correct. If you connect a ps2 keyboard *after* Windows has started, you must reboot to have Windows "see" this keyboard.
This is "by design". A USB keyboard can be plugged in anytime.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
The scanner will probably give you error beeps because you are not using a PS/2 keyboard. All you should have to do is scan the IBM AT Notebook barcode from the LS4278 Product Reference Guide. The link below will take you to the manual and the barcode is on Adobe page 104 of 418. I would suggest saving a copy then printing just the page you need.
If the scanner does not start working immediately you should reboot your computer.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Make sure that all USB functionality is enabled in the BIOS, especially USB Legacy Mode. If Windows still does not recognize the keyboard, then it is not compatible with USB. USB keyboards can be found as low as $10 pretty easily if all you need is basic keyboard functions.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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