hide results

    FAQ by Fast_Eddie

    Version: 1.17 | Updated: 02/19/94 | Printable Version | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

    --> Fast Eddie brings to you:   
    =   NBA Jam FAQ v17    =
    =    2 / 1 9 / 9 4     =
                           N B A    J A M    F A Q 
                           T i p s    &    I n f o
                           Written by:  Fast Eddie
                              Originally by:
           Randolph S. Vance and William G. Henderson and Carl Chavez
           E-Mail: fe@u.washington.edu (Internet Mail) - Fast Eddie  
                               Version 1.17
                         Revised: February 19, 1994
    Are you tough enough to take on all 27 of the NBA teams? If you think you are,
    get set for the most intense basketball video game you'll ever play!
    Also, look for this FAQ to be posted and uploaded about every week, until the
    NBA Jam SNES/Genesis code well runs dry (probably around June/July) or until
    the 3DO/Jaguar version comes out! ;=)) Mail me if you have anything at all to
    add to this FAQ.
    If you want to get this FAQ first (the second it is released) contact Fast 
    Eddie on the finest boards around and he will gladly upload this file the day
    it is released to your board! This FAQ has already grown to over 55k, a 20k
    addition to v13, which was the last FAQ from the original posters! If you 
    appreciate this FAQ, let me know! :)
    Table of Contents:
    I. NBA Jam Arcade 
       1. Before you play
       2. Basic moves
       3. Special Techniques
       4. Secret Codes
       5. Winning the Game
       6. Special Thanks
    II. NBA Jam Tournament Edition Arcade
       1. NBA Jam Tourament Edition General Info 
       2. Secret Players
       3. Secret Codes
    III. NBA Jam for SNES
        1. NBA Jam SNES Mini-Review
        2. NBA Jam SNES Passwords
        3. NBA Jam SNES Codes
        4. NBA Jam SNES Special Characters
    IV. NBA Jam for Genesis
         1. NBA Jam Genesis Special Characters
         2. NBA Jam Genesis Speech
    V. NBA Jam Misc.
        1. All players in all versions
    Version 1.0: The original FAQ as posted by Carl Chavez. Informative but
    some parts about power-ups were inaccurate.
    Version 1.1 and 1.2: Corrected versions by Randolph Vance and Greg Henderson.
    We updated the information on how to do power-up tricks. These versions
    are unpublished and unposted, but if you go to the Kentucky Arcade, you
    might find a hard copy we printed of these versions. Some of which were
    HIGHLY INACCURATE, especially about the Tank Game.
    Version 1.3: Posted May 1st, 1993. Corrections on some of the power-up
    tricks, especially on how to do the Tank Game and the Fair Shake.
    Version 1.4: Posted May 4th, 1993. Updates information on "HE'S ON
    FIRE!", as well as informing of the new special guest star, Petro.
    New sections, the Rumor Mill, and this History.
    Version 1.5: Posted May 4th, 1993. Overall revision of 1.4.
    Version 1.6: Posted May 5th, 1993. Confirms code for Defensive + Intercept
    powerup at one time.
    Version 1.7: Posted May 10th, 1993. Another all-around revision, this time
    of 1.6, as well as what happens if you win the game by defeating all 27
    NBA teams. Also information on how to milk the clock. How you can tell if
    the NBA Jam machine you play on is in need of an upgrade, today on ROBERTO!
    Version 1.8: Posted May 19th, 1993. Three new Special Guest codes, plus
    information on abilities of Special Guests. Yet another revision. Man goes
    beserk and kidnaps nineteen Game Show Hosts with slice of Lime, film at 11!
    Version 1.9: Posted May 24th, 1993. Actually nothing new from last time, but
    lots of rumors from between postings.
    Version 1.10: Posted June 8th, 1993. New power-up combinations.
    Version 1.11: Posted July 6th, 1993. Information on more power-up tricks.
    Version 1.12: Posted July 20th, 1993. The first post VG&CE article FAQ.
    New Codes, Tony Scott.
    Version 1.13: Posted August 18th, 1993. Overall update of 1.12
    Version 1.14: Redone by Fast Eddie on January 23rd, 1994. SNES NBA Jam Review
    and codes for a 26-0 season. Possibly a defensive power-up trick.
    Version 1.15: Posted January 28th, 1994. Corrects wrong defensive power-up 
    trick published by EGM. All the names of the players in NBA Jam for arcade, 
    SNES, and Genesis are included. New Powerup Dunks Code.
    Version 1.16: Posted February 5th, 1994. New Powerup Fire Code, Shooting  
    Percentage Code, and Genesis NBA Jam info. Also easier Powerup Dunks code.
    More general editing.
    Version 1.17: Posted February 19th, 1994. New Mark Turmell, President Bill 
    Clinton, Vice-President Al Gore codes for SNES and Genesis. Also added NBA Jam
    Tournament Edition Special Players and Codes, which include Loraine Olivia, 
    the Playboy cheerleader! Updated info on Special Characters Patch!
    A Special note:
    Greg and I wish to dedicate this version of the FAQ to the late
    Drazen Petrovic of the New Jersey Nets. The 11th leading shooter overall
    in the NBA will definatly be missed.
    This version is also dedicated to the late Reggie Lewis, of the Boston Celtics, 
    who passed away on July the 27th, 1993. To you and Drazen, we hope to keep
    your memories and your spirit alive in NBA JAM!
    We also would like to pay our respects to the late James Jordan, father
    of basketball superstar Michael Jordan, whose senseless death will
    be felt by us all forever.
    Fast Eddie greets:
    Randolph Vance and William Henderson and Carl Chavez - Thanks for all the 
            great FAQs of the past. Hope I can continue to do as you have done!
    Andy Eddy - Thanks for providing an FTP site where people can get this FAQ!
                Can I get a job at Gamepro? ;)
    John _____ - From Usenet who provided the Powerup Fire code. If you get this,
            e-mail me so I can put in your last name!
    Iguana / Acclaim - For making this great home translation! 
    Sir Jinx - Whassup? Shock out yet? 
    Those guys on #snes and #snes! - Keep it going!
    The Blue Angel - For the nice cheerleader code!
    Anthrax - Stop leeching!
    Warlord - Got my tape?
    Shredder - Cool board!
    Warduke - Simply too fast! 
    Que & Stix - GREAT patch! Now only if someone makes a trainer... ;)
    Rom Kids - Mucho thanks for the release of NBA Jam for SNES!
    All the other groups that provide for the scene - Keep it coming! Where's the
            NBA Jam final release?
    Comments on this FAQ or additions to it are welcome! Just e-mail away!
    Rumor mill.
    The Rumor mill is where untested or unconfirmed reports of power-up's or
    other things go. Stuff in the Rumor mill will be tested by us, to see
    if they do indeed work, or if we can confirm their existance of them by
    asking Mark Turmell. Something of note, Mark Turmell denies the existance
    of Second Fatality moves in Mortal Kombat, classifying them under Vaporware.
    I talked with Mark and asked him the big question; Is there a bug with the 
    Offensive Power-Up. I asked if he could test it and look at the Assembler
    Code for the game and he reported that there was no bug. I am wondering
    if I may be in error when I say tap turbo 21 times, when it could
    be a matter of tapping ANY button 21 times. I'll report back what I
    find when I test my theory at the arcade.
    As for Mark reading the Net, he now has more or less a direct news
    so now he can read all the latest posts. This means he is keeping a close
    eye on all your suggestions. After talking with Mark, and discussing new
    ideas I'd like to see in a sequel, he said to post a notice and get
    people interested in serious suggestions for improvements and power-ups for
    NBA JAM II. Mark has said that if he likes the idea, not only will he put
    it in NBA JAM II, he'll also give the person who suggested it credit
    on the Design Team screen.
    I talked with Turmell and asked him if Todd McClearan was in the game
    as a special guest character. He confirmed my suspicions, but again, would
    not divulge the information. Todd was another street ball player from Chicago
    who helped model the digital players.
    interest in the game, to keep from slipping in the polls. It's like when
    Mortal Kombat was out for a while, play was low and Midway released the
    info about Reptile Man. Voila! Renewed interest! Part of the game
    is the process of discovering the female codes. It'd be no fun if you
    called Turmell and asked him, and 24 hours later, your neighbor's
    nine-year old nephew knows the codes.
    Other rumors have been circulating on different ways to do power-up's.
    All the power-ups that are listed here are either given to us by Turmell,
    or have been confirmed to work by either Turmell or by us. Consider this
    FAQ posting to be the FINAL WORD. Anyone else telling you another way to do
    these tricks may be lying just to look big, your mileage may vary.
    NBA JAM is being developed for the 16 Bit Home System markets, there are
    versions coming out for the Super NES and Genesis that Mark is working on.
    They showed a 25% completed version of Super NES NBA JAM, and it looked
    very promising. Hell, I'd consider getting a Super NES if NBA JAM turns
    out as good as it does in the Arcades. 
    The SNES, Genesis, and Game Gear editions of NBA Jam will be released 
    nationwide March 4th. There has been a NBA Jam SNES beta or early copy 
    floating around, it is DEFINITELY not final, and it has been speculated that
    this version (1.0) was leaked from EGM, however, if it indeed was, why didn't
    the Def. Powerup Code they published in the Feb/94 issue work on 1.0? 
    (Fast Eddie)
    In addition, NBA Jam Tournament Edition has been released (maybe only in 
    select cities) and should be at your local arcade by now. The game is overall
    updated and there might actually be a bonus if you beat all 27 teams.
    I. NBA Jam Arcade
    1. Before you play.
    NBA JAM is an multi-coin game, so make sure it's worth it for you. Some
    arcades have their machine set at one coin per period, others may have more.
    Look to spend a dollar to two per complete game, depending on location.
    Also, ask your arcade owner about the version of NBA Jam they own. Versions
    of NBA Jam that have been released to arcades are 2.0 and above. There
    are some minor bugs in Version 2.0 that regard the machine swallowing up
    an occasional coin and not giving a credit, and also problems with the
    Tank Game killing off players and ending a regular game, along with correcting
    a jersey color problem with special guests. Our arcade has two NBA Jam's
    that were Version 2.0. Recently, the owner has put in 3.0 update chips that
    correct the credit problems, fixes the jersey color of special guests and
    prevents games from ending at the Tank Game. Our arcade owner recommends to
    everyone with 2.0 release machines that they contact their distributor as
    soon as possible and obtain and install 3.0 update chips. The coin swallowing
    problem is also another annoying bug in the Williams game Smash TV. If you own
    a Smash TV original machine or kit, check with the distributor for possible
    update chips. Some assembly required, batteries not included.
    Here is a simple test to see if your machine is 2.0 or 3.0. Put in enough
    for one period of play. Enter the Turmell code, MJT, March 22nd. If Turmell
    is in a purple color Lakers uniform, you are on a 2.0 machine. Inform the
    owner of this fact, tell them of the necessary upgrade chips  and how obtain
    them through the distributor.
    If Turmell is in the color jersey of the team you select, such as a red
    jersey for the Bulls, you are on a 3.0 machine.
    If you play in a 2-on-2 complete game, usually four to eight dollars, the
    winning two player team gets to stay on for free to face the next two people
    or the Computer.
    It is always best to enter your initials for the record keeping. If you play
    in a four player game, and some dumb newbie selects NO for entering initials,
    cold-cock him!
    Enter your initials, followed by your birth month and birth date. This tells
    the Computer who you are. If you have never played before, there will be no
    record available of your statistics. If you have, the computer will show you
    your record and winning percentage, followed by a streak of wins, if any,
    and an update of your last complete game. Only complete games count in
    records, partials do not.
    Pick your team carefully. The 27 teams are made up of two of the best and
    brightest of the NBA, although Jordan isn't available for the Bulls.
    Each team has their strenghths and weaknesses. i. e. the Sacramento Kings
    have a good dunker with Spud Webb, and a good three point shooter with
    Tisdale, but they are slow. Golden State has an excellent three point
    shooter with Mullin, and a fair dunker. Orlando has a terrific three
    shooter (Skiles) and a terriffic dunker (Shaq), but they have worse speed
    than Sacramento. In my opinion, the three teams with the best balance are
    Charlotte, Chicago, and Atlanta.
    People have been buzzing about, "Well, where's Michael Jordan?".
    The official word from Turmell is that Jordan is NOT in the game. Neither
    is Magic Johnson, who is rumored in the machine also. Reason being that
    Midway got a blanket deal to carry two people from 27 teams, and that they
    were VERY lucky to get Shaq. Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson apparantly are
    seperate entities from the NBA Licensing, and so, would be entitled to more
    money than it appears Midway had.
    2. Basic Moves
    TO PASS: Press pass. Press turbo and pass to throw a quicker, safer pass.
    TO SHOOT: Hold the shoot button down. Shot is more accurate when player
    is at the peak of the jump.
    TO HEAD FAKE: Tap shoot button once. Unfortunatly, your Computer drones
    will shoot if you do this while they have the ball.
    TO DUNK: Hold shoot when running. Hold turbo and shoot for a super dunk.
    (More on Super Dunks in Section 2.)
    TO LAY UP: Hold shoot for a short time when running.
      1) Tap turbo twice.
      2) Tap shoot repeatedly (head fake seems to include an elbow throw).
      1) Tap steal to knock ball away.
      2) Tap steal and turbo to knock OPPONENT down.
    TO BLOCK: Hold shoot button to jump. Hold turbo and jump to jump higher.
    TO REBOUND: This is automatic if you're close enough; otherwise press shoot
    and point toward the ball.
    TO ALLEY OOP: Easier to do with two player teams. The player without the ball
    moves under the basket and holds shoot (to jump). Meanwhile, the ball handler
    presses turbo and pass to throw to the jumping player quickly.
    3. Special Techniques
    To reject a dunking player, it's best to wait until the dunker has reached
    the peak of his jump before you jump to block. For example, if Barkley
    starts a cannonball dunk, wait until he's coming down before you press
    turbo and jump. Also, make sure you're in front of the player and near
    the basket.
    Another way to reject a dunker is to knock him down (turbo and steal) if
    it's a low dunk like an "easy jam".
    To block a shot, you need to jump at the same time you believe the shooter
    will jump. I usually let the shooter shoot while I'm in his face (but not
    jumping) and then I'll grab the rebound (or my teammate will). It is
    possible to block the buzzer 3-point attempt. Right after the ball is passed
    inbounds press turbo and jump and point toward the shooter.
    To steal, there are three good techniques:
      1) stick close and press steal a lot. This is not my technique, so
      say much about it, but it seems to work well for others.
      2) knock 'em down. It's more fun, and can be done continuously
      to computer opponents until they drop the ball.
      3) let a player shoot while you're near their basket, and jump
      before it gets there. Hopefully you won't get called for goaltending.
    To rebound, there are two good techniques:
      1) press shoot to jump toward the ball AFTER it has hit the rim or board.
      2) knock down opposing players near the ball so you can grab the ball off
      the floor.
    If you are close enough to the ball your player will jump automatically to
    SHOOTING: Try to have a screen when you're trying to shoot. There seems to be
    a pattern with the computer in which you can usually go 3/4 down the court
    and have a screen for the 3-point shot if you let your computer teammate
    run ahead of you. This is great for players like Mullin...
    Head fakes work great. Make sure you mix in a few elbow throws though, or
    you may be knocked down.
    If you're doing an easy jam with an opponent nearby, it's best to pass to
    your teammate in mid-dunk. He's usually open and you won't have to worry
    about getting knocked down.
    SUPER DUNKS: Several different dunks - YOU MUST BE MOVING TO DUNK!
    Easy jam: close to basket, hold shoot.
    "Look out!" (360 dunk): near the second tick on the key, hold shoot.
    Two-handed jam: from close and above the basket, hold shoot.
    Tomahawk jam 1: from close and below the basket, hold turbo and shoot.
    Tomahawk jam 2: from the middle of the key, hold turbo and shoot.
    Tomahawk jam 3 (windmill): from 3/4 length of key (bottom of circle), hold
    turbo and shoot.
    Cannonball slam (fireball): from top of circle, hold turbo and shoot.
    Really high 720 slam (also the "Tarzan yell" slam or "helicopter rotor" slam):
    from a corner of the key, or from outside the key near the third tick mark
    on the key, hold turbo and shoot.
    Weird slam (don't know what to call it; he puts his knees up and spins 2 or 3
    times): from outside the key near 2nd or 3rd tick on the key, hold turbo
    and shoot.
    Spreadeagled slam: From middle of key, hold shoot.
    Really high behind the back slam (similar to easy jam): from middle of key,
    hold shoot.
    The dunk where the dunker hangs on the rim: near third tick on the key
    (but outside the key), hold turbo and shoot.
    In mid-dunk, if your teammate is open, you can pass the ball back to them by
    pressing pass. Then, they can take an easy three!
    In the fourth quater and in any overtime periods, you can break the backboard
    in a spectacular display with any specialty dunks.
    When time is running out in the period, dunking isn't a good option. If time
    runs out in mid-dunk, you made a "bad decision". ;)
    MILK THE CLOCK: In a one-player or a two person team vs. the Computer, you
    can burn seconds off a clock and keep a lead from changing as quick as it can
    if you play fast break basketball. If you have a lead of four points or more,
    and get the basketball from a basket or goaltend, get the ball, stay at your
    end of the court, hold your position, stay for as long as you can. The
    Computer will stay in it's position and do nothing until the Shot Clock counts
    down below 5, then it will force you to take your move. At 6 seconds, quickly
    pass to your teammate if he's open, or if you are, take a shot. Even if you
    miss, you get better a better shot at rebounding, then you can get the ball,
    pass back to the man in backcourt, and milk the clock again. This trick works
    best in the fourth quarter.
    "HE'S ON FIRE!": When a character makes three consecutive shots in a row,
    he is said to be "on fire". After that, all his future shots will stand
    a much more improved chance of entering the basket, although I have seen
    some miss while on fire. You can really open up a lead when on fire by
    launching three after three. You will stay "on fire" until the other team
    makes a shot go in their basket.
    When you're on fire, to stay on fire, work in the back of the court,
    goaltend any layups or three-pointers, steal and rebound when possible.
    This also works if you're "heating up", i. e. you've made two shots in a
    row and need a third to go on fire. Plus, when you're on fire, you have
    the advantage of unlimeted turbo power, even if you're the kind of player
    that holds down turbo during a game.
    When someone else in on fire, the best way to get them off fire is to dunk
    the basketball.
    You don't stay on fire forever, you lose it after a period of time. A rather
    long time, it seems, usually 30 points, but you do lose it.
    4. Secret Codes.
    All secret codes are done before the Tip-off, when the announcer says,
    "Tonight's match up: (Team) versus (Team)" and continued right up until
    the tip-off. You can use these codes and power-up your computer teammate,
    or if you feel in a particularly evil mood and see someone on the machine
    you don't like, you can power-up his Computer opponents.
    BIG HEAD: Hold joystick up and hold down Turbo and Steal at "Tonight's
    match up". Gives your player a head three times larger than normal. Some
    arcades might have their machine set to have Big Head permanently on, as it
    is also an operator-adjustable feature, therefore, doing this on such a
    machine will turn Big Head off.
    POWERUP DEFENSE: Tap Steal or Block eight times when it says "Tonight's
    match up". Eight times only. Gives you extra defensive power.
    POWERUP INTERCEPT: Hold down joystick and hold down all three buttons during
    "Tonight's match up". Gives you extra intercept power.
    POWERUP OFFENSE: Tap Steal or Block 21 times at "Tonight's match up".
    21 times only. Gives you extra offensive power. This is a VERY DIFFICULT
    power-up to get, so be patient.
    POWERUP DEFENSE AND INTERCEPT:Through trial and error, I have FINALLY
    got the formula for Defense-Intercept combo power-up.
    At "Tonight's Match-Up", tap the shoot button seven times, then all at
    once, hold down the joystick and all three buttons. This is one method,
    there may be more to get Powerup Defense and Intercept.
    POWERUP DEFENSE AND BIG HEAD: Tap turbo six times, hold turbo and steal,
    then hold the joystick up at "Tonight's match-up".
    FAIR SHAKE AND POWERUP INTERCEPT: Tap turbo seven times, then hold the turbo,
    pass and shoot buttons, then hold the joystick down.
    FAIR SHAKE AND BIG HEAD: Press turbo eight times, then hold turbo and steal
    down, and hold the joystick up.
    *Another way to do dual power-ups would be to enter the code for one
    first, then while time remains, enter another code.
    FAIR SHAKE: Tap turbo ten times when it says "Tonight's match up".
    Turns off the computer's rampant cheating. This only works in four-player
    games, three player games or two player games where they compete against each
    other. It will say at the tip off, "All computer assistance turned off"
    This will stop the computer from subtracting a percentage point from
    your shooting percentage for every point you lead by and increasing the
    shooting percentage for the team behind.
    The Fair shake can ONLY be done in Human vs. Human (1-on-1, 1-on-2, 2-on-2)
    games and ONLY on machines that are version 3.0 or greater. This cannot
    be done on an empty space, a paid player must be the one doing this trick.
      Why do this? Well, if you have a BIG lead over 20 points versus an opponent,
      the Computer will try to balance out things by making your opponent's
      shots go in better, while making you go ice cold. ("Can't buy a bucket!")
      This happened to me when I played Mullin in a one-player game versus
      Minnesota. Very early in the first quarter, I went on fire and opened
      a 21-5 lead. Then, in the second quarter, I went cold, lost the big lead
      and the Computer kept a balance until the last quarter. I couldn't make
      any shot during the last minute of the game and lost by 5 points. *sigh* :(
    SHOOTING PERCENTAGE: At "Tonight's match up", spin joystick clockwise and
    rapidly tap all three buttons at once until tip-off. Whenever anyone takes
    a shot (not a dunk), a small number between 01% and 99% will show below the
    credit counter.
    This is the percent chance your shot has on going in. I have seen some
    01% to 05% shots from LONG range go in with nothing but net, and I have also
    seen some 99% percent layups miss horribly off the mark, so don't take the
    percentage at it's value all the time. It is now known what "Learning Mode 2"
    is, so we know it doesn't matter if more than one person does this.
    On older versions of NBA Jam (2.0 and earlier) the Computer would flash the
    message, "Shot % display activated". On versions that are 3.0 and later,
    the Computer will say, "Shot % display activated - Learning Mode 2".
    The Shot Percentage IS Learning Mode 2.
    This is the other powerup that can only be done by a paid player.
    There is a Learning Mode 1 and a Learning Mode 3. Mark Turmell would not 
    tell us what they are or how to get them. A small hint about the Shot
    Percentage, it shows a consistent pattern from any given spot on the
    court. In other words, Petrovic is consistently 50-55% from one spot
    and may be 10-15% from another.
    Your shot percentage is affected by the following things, being on fire,
    proximity to basket, defence you face, and the lead of the game if the
    computer assistance isn't turned off.
    DESIGN TEAM SCREEN: The Design Team screen will cycle through normally
    once every 10-15 minutes when no one is playing, but a shortened version
    of the Design Team Screen can be done in this manner. Hold down
    all three buttons on Players 1 and 2 side, and hold the joysticks up
    at the same time. Then, you have to time this right, release all buttons
    at once, and pull down on both joysticks at the same time. The Design Team
    screen will come up, cycle out, then show the current version of the game.
    There are 18 Special Guests in NBA JAM, there were plans for lots more
    of Special Guests, including Godzilla, Dennis Rodman of the Pistons,
    Jim Jackson of the Mavs, Raiden of MORTAL KOMBAT!!!! But, to save memory
    and to make the game more challenging, the final cut was brought down
    to 18. 13 are made public, in this guide, and in VG&CE August '93.
    Five did not wish to make their codes public, including Felecia Turmell,
    Lorainne Olivia and Kerri Kendall Hoskins. (Yes, three females). You
    should check out the cover of VG&CE, in the corner is a shot of Kerri
    taking it to the Hoop for a SUPER JAM, and knocking down Sir Charles
    in the process!
    The Special Guests are people who either work for Bally/Midway/Williams
    in production of this game, or some of their good friends.
    In machines that are Version 2.0, the special guests had their own jerseys,
    but in 3.0, that has been fixed so that they wear the teams jersey. This
    was a rather confusing bug, especially if you picked the Lakers to go against
    Two Turmells on Charlotte. Turmell's jersey color was that of the Lakers,
    although his favorite team is the Detroit Pistons. He made them the
    strongest team on NBA JAM. :)
    They can be found by entering their initials and birthdate before picking
    teams. Though it may seem that the Special Guests inherit the stats of the
    person they substitute for, the Special Guests seem to have their own
    advantages and disadvantages over the character they substitute for.
    We haven't yet found out the advantages and disadvantages for all the
    special guests, those we know, we've listed. We'll put in the next
    posting the complete list of advantages and disadvantages.
    TURMELL: Enter MJT and the birthdate March 22nd. Mark J. Turmell is
    the main designer and programmer for NBA JAM. Look for improved three
    shooting, but at a slight cost of dunking and defense. We recommend you put
    Turmell on in place of Mullin for the Golden State Warriors.
    AIR MORRIS: Enter WIL and the birthdate January 1st. On older versions,
    you may have to wait for seven seconds before entering January. You can look
    for improved dunking ability, but at the cost of three shooting. You can
    substitute him for any good dunking player. Try him in place of Shaq.
    Also look on the scoreboard during periods for the ad for Air Morris.
    The scoreboard will show his face in a side profile, a single shoe and
    a jet plane.
    CARLTON: Enter JMC and the birthdate August 5th. He's kind of small, so we
    suggest you put him on in place of Spud Webb.
    DIVITA: Enter SAL and the birthdate February 1st. Sal Divita did the artwork
    for NBA Jam, as well as some graphics work on Mortal Kombat. All around, expect
    more speed defensively and offensively from Divita.
    GOSKIE: Enter TWG and the birthdate December 7th. During the game, he looks
    an awful lot like U. K. Basketball player Gimel Martinez, but that might be
    just my imagination.
    HEY: Enter JWH and the birthdate Sept. 20th. This is Jon Hey, another
    familiar face on the Design Team screen, the one in the checkered shirt
    and glasses, sticking his tongue out to the rest of the world.
    HOWARD: Enter HOW and the birthdate July 15th. Yes, this is the same Howard
    that played basketball for the DePaul Blue Devils, now on the Utah Jazz.
    If you play the Jazz with him, put him on in place of Karl Malone.
    LIPTAK: Enter SL(space) and the birthday June 24th. Shawn Liptak is the one
    on the design team screen with a basketball for a brain.
    NEWCOMER: Enter JRN and the birthday June 18th. On the Select Team screen,
    look for him in a yellow T-shirt, glasses, mustace and beard.
    OURSLER: Enter SNO and the birthdate January 3rd. Turmell didn't know
    who I was talking about at first, but when I told him we nicknamed him
    "Snowman", because of his initials, he knew INSTANTLY who we were
    talking about On the Select Team screen, where you'll see Goskie in place,
    he'll bear a strong resemblance to old-time movie comic Oliver Hardy, with
    mustache and Derby Hat. He even wears the hat while he's playing the game,
    you can see this if you have Big Head set.
    PETRO: Enter GNP and the birthdate October 8th. George N. Petro is the main
    designer of Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
    RIVETT: Enter RJR and the birthdate January 17th. Jamie Rivett helped with
    the AutoStat portion of NBA JAM.
    SCOTT: Enter TON and the birthday July 3. Tony Scott, another of the
    Chicago Street Basketball elite, helped with digitizing the player movements
    and performed many of the special dunks.
    As of this revision, these are the thirteen confirmed special guests.
    Special guests, such as Felecia Turmell, Lorainne Olivia and Kerri Hoskins
    DO exist, but they did not wish to have their codes made public at this
    particular time.
    We are changing the policy on discovery of Special Guests.
    If you know of any more guests, send us E-mail about them ONLY.
    DO NOT post new codes, unless you can guarantee their authenticity. This
    Prodigy fiasco recently brought a lot of complaints to me. :(
    TANK GAME: Players 1 and 2 hold down all three buttons and hold down joystick
    at "Tonight's match up".  Player 1 enters tank game, controls tank with
    joystick; left, right, forward, reverse, fires at tanks with any button.
    If your tank gets hit too many times, the message, "You are dead!" flashes on
    the screen, so be alert. Spectre or Battlezone players should have no
    difficulty. Shot tanks make the sound of a backboard breaking.
    If Player 1 survives long enough in the Virtual world,  the game will say
    "All players powerup". After the Tank Game, the basketball game should start
    normally, plus any powerups, i. e. everyone has big head, defensive,
    offensive, intercept power-ups, shot percentage is on in Learning Mode 2.
    Version 2.0 machines can end the game at this screen, much to the dismay
    of other players, especially if everyone has put in for a full game. And
    if this happens, the winners don't stay for free, because there weren't
    any winners. 2.0 machines can also end the game if the messages,
    "All players powerup!", "You survived!", pop up.
    NBA Jam machines that have a Version 3.0 update chip installed will no
    longer end the game if the screen says, "You are dead!", nor end it if you
    survive long enough to get "All players powerup!". On 3.0 machines, there
    will be no message, "You survived!". Instead, it will just give you the
    message "All players powerup!", then fade out and fade in the tip-off.
    5. Winning the game.
    If you beat all 27 teams, you are in for a treat.
    Besides the two babes who offer you congratulations.
    According to Turmell, one who has beaten all 27 teams can then face
    off with the computer in new challenges.
    The code checks to see if you have defeated all 27 teams.
    If you have, the random chance of getting an All-Star team is a 5% chance
    that you will get the random two All-Star team. This assumes you have
    only a one-player game or you are playing with a teammate who has also
    defeated all 27 teams.
    As has been said before, there may be a problem in the code with this
    feature. If you GET an All-Star team, by all means, tell us in DETAIL
    what you see, along with conditions at the time you got it.
    6. Special thanks go to:
    Mark J. Turmell, at Williams/Bally/Midway in Chicago for answering every
    question we had about NBA JAM.
    People keep asking us, "Wow, you know Turmell? What's his number?"
    I made a promise to Mr. Turmell not to give out his number to the Net.
    I don't think he wants people calling him on the horn all the time, but he
    does appreciate the Net, and our work to produce this, and the pats on the
    back he's gotten from everyone for the great job he did on this game.
    (Yes, he HAS seen this FAQ! :)
    Ed Boon, also of Williams/Bally/Midway for correcting us on the Special
    Guests and their duties at W/B/M. :)
    foregone@u.washington.edu (Carl Chavez) for providing us with the bones
    of the FAQ, where we corrected some general errors, along with providing
    information on new power-up tricks.
    jimhsu@athena.mit.edu (Jim Hsu) for helping us with info on turbo and fire.
    Jon.Taylor@uuserv.cc.utah.edu (Jon Taylor) for giving us five new
    Special Guest codes!
    justin@seas.smu.edu (Justin Anderson) for providing us with the code
    for Petro, as well as the confirmed Defensive and Intercept power-up
    code combination, along with the new power-up combinations! :)
    eric@parcplace.com (Eric Ching) for providing Shawn Liptak's code. :)
    spam@ccs.northeastern.edu (The Immortal Spam / Eric Holma) for providing
    Carlton and Newcomer's codes, although I got the Carlton code from some
    unknown user at the University of Chicago, whom I'd like to thank too! ;)
    The Kentucky Arcade, for providing us with two NBA JAM machines, as well as
    two Neo-Geo's, two Street Fighter II: Championship Editions, two X-Men,
    two Ms. Pac-Man's, two Galaga's and three Mortal Kombat's.
    Is it my imagination, or is the Kentucky Arcade becoming more and more like
    a Noah's Arcade? ;)
    II. NBA Jam Tournament Editon Arcade
    1. NBA Jam Tournament Edition General Info
    With the huge success of the 1993 arcade hit of the year, NBA Jam, Midway/
    Williams has brought out its sequel, NBA Jam Tournament Edition. Featured are
    three players per team (with substitutions at halftime), even more secret 
    players/codes, and sharper graphics. NJTE is guaranteed to be a hit, if 
    arcade operators don't set the game to be $2.00 for a full game. :( Players
    are also rated in more categories now, one of which is clutch, how able that 
    player is to hit a basket with a short amount of time remaining.
    -Fast Eddie-
    2. NBA Jam Tournament Secret Characters
    Unfortunately, some of these codes have *NOT* been confirmed. 
    Grim Reaper: Initials GRM, birthday of October 31st.
    John Tobias: Enter TOB and August 24th. NBA Jam Tournament Edition 
    Kong: Intials KNG and birthday of January 16th.
    Loraine Olivia: The initials are LOR and the birthdate is February 20th.
                    To play as her, hit L with Turbo, O with Shoot, R with Pass,
                    February with Turbo, and 20 with Shoot. This will allow you
                    to play as the *ELUSIVE* Playboy cheerleader! Thanks to The
                    Blue Angel for the code.
    Raiden: Enter RAD with birthday July 9th. Of MK and MK2 fame.
    Reptile: Enter RPT with birthday of November 11th. From MK and MK2.
    Scottie Pippen: Enter initials PIP and birthday September 25th. Also in the
                    regular version of NBA Jam and Tournament. If you use this
                    code, you can have two Pippens on the same team (if you 
                    choose the Bulls).
    Sub-Zero: Enter the intials SUB and birthday December 5th. From William's MK
              and MK2.
    ???: Initials LTD, birthday April 30th.
    ???: Initials ML_, birthday May 25th.
    ???: Initials BCP, birthday May 9th.
    ???: Initials PCB, birthday May 9th.
    ???: Initials HAK, birthday January 21st.
    ???: Initials PAT, birthday August 5th.
    ???: Initials BRK, birthday February 20th.
    ???: Initials DCC or DCL, birthday June 21st.
    -= Fast Eddie =-
    3. NBA Jam Tournament Codes
    Shrink Characters: At the versus screen, hold down/right (at the angle), and
                       press turbo, shoot, and pass simultaneously three times. 
                       The players on the court will be about 30% smaller.
    Team Swap: Right and Pass. This allows you to change your team's players.
    Tournament Mode: Right + turbo, shoot, and steal held down at VS. screen.
                     This disallows powerups, special characters, and other 
    -=/ Fast Eddie /=-
    1. NBA Jam SNES Mini-Review by Jonathan Owen:
    Well, after finally getting to play with NBA Jam for about four hours on
    Wednesday (11 to 3 am) I am prepared to do a mini review. I will break down
    the game into several catagories and I would like the reader to keep in mind
    that this is version 1.0 and not a final version.
    Graphics: 10. The court looks incredible with great effects and all the
    player animations are there, although the scaling is left out. The players
    are smaller than the arcade, but every dunk and every animation is included.
    Not to mention the quality FMV in the halftime show.
    Sound: 8. The intro music and music throughout the game (intermissions, etc.
    is cheezy and the voice samples are not straight from the arcade. Hopefully,
    more voice will be added since all it says now is intercepted, wide open,
    wild shot, 2 points and other plain sayings... No "Delivers a facial" or
    "Is it the shoes" nor are there any names in the speech. The samples are
    good, but many of the trademarks are missing and that's one thing that adds
    to the game in my opinion.
    Game Play: 9. The game plays like a dream... no more MK sucks because the
    gameplay sucks... NBA Jam plays very well and the controller can be config-
    ured so that you can become comfortable with the gamepad... for arcade feel
    you can use a stick. I do have one reservation and that is that some players
    with full or near-full dunk meters sometimes can't dunk from as far away as
    others. Otherwise, I have no complaints as to the gameplay.
    Fun Factor/ Replayability: 10. This game sucked down $350,000,000 worth of
    quarters and definitely would get my money. The computer is very challenging
    even on the normal level, and I consider myself a very good NBA Jam player.
    Two player mode is great, and I'm sure 4 player is cool as well.
    Overall : 9. Overall, I would give this version a 9 because the bone
    shattering dunks don't have the same impact without the "Oh My"s and the
    "Jams it in"s... add this Acclaim and I would have no problem giving this
    game a perfect 10. I mean, a 16 bit machine doing this game so well...
    hope to see it on the Jag by Xmas... :-) Anyway, the game is great and I
    would recommend it to anyone out there. Although the die hard NBA Jam fan
    may find the missing commentary unsettling at first, the gameplay, graphics
    and fun will put that in the back of your mind.
    Feel free to send any specific questions to owen@rex.cs.tulane.edu.
    2. SNES NBA Jam Passwords! (for V1.0)
    a. 26-0 Season Password
    For a 26-0 season, just one more win to see the ending, type in the initials
    DAN and enter this password:
    I don't want to spoil the ending for you all, but it is pretty good, not
    the best, but of course the game might not be final. As of this version 1.00, 
    the ending does not depend on what skill level you put it on, so put it on 
    easy and kill the computer.
    b. Other Passwords
    All with the initials DAN:
    (W-L)  Password
     1-0   4QH3FCD / SYCGYCJ
     2-0   XPFXCLC / QKLFWCJ
     3-0   BNCSFBB / NRBCTCJ
     4-0   VQGZF3Z / RP31XYL
     5-0   3XCSFBB / NPXCTBN
     6-0   XQG4C3Z / RMT1X2L
     7-0   2NBV32X / MPSYSDG
     8-0   QMF25LC / QM5DWBJ
     9-0   ZH115J3 / GSK4MLS
    10-0   SLCX3BC / NFCCTZJ
    11-0   3PKG3MG / V5NG1RJ
    12-0   RHZY5DV / FJFVL3Q
    13-0   1VCX5BC / NQYCT3J
    14-0   PNG4331 / RNV1XTG
    15-0   YLBV32Y / MQTTS1G
    16-0   N5QY4DV / FK1QLYR
    17-0   XKR14J4 / LTMDMCT
    18-0   Q3VCBFX / PRJ2Q3R
    19-0   Z1QYBDV / KTHZGFR
    20-0   NW5G4MG / Z2QLW1K
    21-0   XQT5445 / N3ZFK1T
    22-0   QPR1BH4 / LPCDG1T
    23-0   ZWFGBLG / ZGGLVHK
    24-0   NF1F4J2 / Q1DGL1T
    25-0   XWST4PY / HR1YCYR
    26-0   Q4DDBGX / ZXJBT3H
    27-0   Z354B2W / X445R3H
    28-0   NKSW43Y / KM5CDPT
    29-0   XH5442W / X2V5R1H
    30-0   QF1VB1T / SJT3MRH
    31-0   ZH54B2W / X4V5R3H
    32-0   NY3T4YP / JKRYCPR
    33-0   X5M442W / X2BTR1K
    34-0   Q3HVB1T / SJ5RMRK
    35-0   Z5M4B2W / X4BTR3K
    c. Strange Codes
    JML - DZRBS3W / D223LTW  --  168W-11L, Winning Streak 165
    DAN - N4QY4DV / 4K1QLYR  --  16W-192L, Streak 16
    MON - PXL1J1V / N335JS3  --  30W-244L, Streak 249 (?)
    JWH - JVXX1C3 / NSD2ZWG  --  60W-203L, Streak 44
    JWH - 1SXTDZT / JZZHQCM  --  151W-223L, Streak 125
    GNP - VQ1S3VQ / NR15VYG  --  177W-127L, Streak 139
    Once again, try hacking passwords of special players in the arcade, like WIL, 
    SAL, and MJT. It surely won't be easy to find these special player codes 
    without help!
    --=/  Fast Eddie  /=--
    3. SNES NBA Jam Codes (for V1.0):
    a. Defense Power-Up Trick
    At the "Tonight's Match-Up" Screen, tap the shoot or steal button eight times. 
    If you do this correctly, there will be a Def. Power-Up signal before tipoff
    under your player's bar. You now can effectively goal-tend everytime by just
    standing near the net and jumping up as the ball comes near.
    b. Powerup Dunks Trick
    At the "Tonight's Match-Up" screen, rotate the joystick or joypad 360 degrees
    clockwise or counter-clockwise starting from the top (making sure you hit each 
    spot), then tap the turbo button seven times. If you do this right, there will 
    be a sign stating that you have Powerup Dunks. The player that you powerup can 
    now do ALL the special dunks, from as far away as half-court.
    c. Powerup Fire Trick
    At the "Tonight's Match-Up" screen, press the B button five times (no matter
    what button configuration), then hold up and the shoot button until tipoff. If 
    done correctly, there will be a Powerup Fire sign just before tipoff. This 
    will allow the person with Powerup Fire to be on fire for the whole game. They 
    will also have unlimited turbo and can goaltend for the whole game as well. 
    d. Shooting Percentage Trick
    Before playing selecting your team, turn on turbo for all three of your 
    buttons. At the "Tonight's Match-Up" screen, rotate your joystick or joypad
    360 degrees clockwise continuously while holding down all three buttons (for
    turbo) until tipoff. If done properly, there will be a sign stating "Shot 
    % display activated." Now everytime you take a shot (not including dunks
    or layups) there will be a small square in the lower right-hand corner
    telling you the probability of your shot going in, from 05% from past midcourt
    to 99% when on fire. However, the % does not really mean much, since you can
    often make an 05% shot and can miss 99% shots regularly. The shot percentage
    is affected by being on fire, closeness to the basket, defenders in your face,
    the difference of points between the two teams, and if computer assistance is
    turned on or off in the Options screen. 
    e. Other 
    If anyone has any other codes, contact Fast Eddie on the best console
    boards around or mail him through fe@u.washington.edu in Internet mail.
    Try the initials for the arcade NBA Jam in the home version, then try and
    hack the passwords.  Jam it home, guys! 
    -=/  Fast Eddie  /=--
    4. SNES NBA Jam Special Characters
    One quick note: This DOES NOT work with V1.0 (Romkids version).
    Mark Turmell (MJT): At the initials entering screen, put in M and J first. 
                        Then move the cursor to T. Before hitting T, hit button 
                        R, Start, and A. 
    President Bill Clinton (ARK): At the initials screen, put in A and R first.
                                  Then move the cursor to K. Before hitting K, hit
                                  button L, button R, and X.
    Vice-President Al Gore (NET): At the initials screen, put in N and E first.
                                  Then move the cursor to T and hit button L,
                                  button R, and A.
    From Gamepro Magazine 3/94 Issue
    Addendum: There has been a file named NBATRAIN.ZIP created by Que and Stix in 
              which you can make an .IPS patch for NBA Jam V1.0 to play as one of 
              eleven special characters:
           1. Carlton - from arcade
           2. Dilophosaur - ?
           3. Divita - from arcade
           4. Hey - from arcade
           5. Goskie - from arcade
           6. Liptak - from arcade
           7. Rivett - from arcade
           8. T-Rex - ?
           9. Triceratops - ?
          10. Turmell - from arcade
          11. Velociraptor - ?
    What's with all the dinosaurs? Anyways, cool patch guys!          
    IV. NBA Jam Genesis
    1. Genesis NBA Jam Special Characters
    Mark Turmell (MJT): At the initials entering screen, put in M and J first. 
                        Then move the cursor to T. Before hitting T, hit start 
                        and A. 
    President Bill Clinton (ARK): At the initials screen, put in A and R first.
                                  Then move the cursor to K. Before hitting K, hit
                                  start and A.
    Vice-President Al Gore (NET): At the initials screen, put in N and E first.
                                  Then move the cursor to T and hit start and B.
    From Gamepro Magazine 3/94 Issue
    2. Speech found in Genesis version
    Boom Shaka Laka! - (my personal favorite!)
    Can't buy a bucket!
    For two!
    Grabs the rebound!
    He's heating up!
    He's on fire!
    Head fake
    Is it the shoes?
    It's a turnover!
    Jams it in!
    Oh my!
    Puts up a brick!
    The nail in the coffin!
    --=< F a s t  E d d i e >=--
    V. NBA Jam Misc. 
    1. Players in NBA Jam
    From pictures in Video Games magazine (2/94):
    (+?) means that they possibly might be in the SNES or Genesis versions
     1. Air Morris - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
     2. Anderson, Kenny - New Jersey Nets guard, in SNES/Genesis
     3. Anderson, Nick - Orlando Magic forward, in SNES/Genesis
     4. Augmon, Stacy - Atlanta Hawks guard, in SNES/Genesis
     5. Barkley, Charles - Phoenix Suns forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
     6. Benjamin, Benoit - Seattle Supersonics center (now with the New Jersey 
                           Nets), in Arcade Only
     7. Brown, Dee - Boston Celtics guard, in SNES/Genesis
     8. Carlton - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
     9. Clinton, Bill - Special Guest Star in SNES/Genesis version
    10. Coleman, Derrick - New Jersey Nets forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    11. Coman - Special Guest Star in Arcade
    12. Daugherty, Brad - Cleveland Cavaliers center, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    13. Divac - L.A. Lakers center, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    14. Divita, Sal - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    15. Drexler, Clyde - Portland Trailblazers guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    16. Edwards, Blue - ????? guard, in SNES/Genesis
    17. Elliot, Sean - San Antonio Spurs guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    18. Ellis, LaPhonso - Denver Nuggets forward, in SNES/Genesis
    19. Ewing, Patrick - New York Knicks center, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    20. Flea - the singer?, Special Guest Star in SNES/Genesis
    21. Gill, Kendall - Seattle Supersonics guard, in Arcade (with Charlotte) and
    22. Gore - Vice-President?, Special Guest Star in SNES or Genesis 
    23. Goskie - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    24. Grant, Harvey - Chicago Bulls forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    25. Grant, Horace - Portland Trailblazers forward, in SNES/Genesis
    26. Gugliotta, Tom - Washington Bullets forward, in SNES/Genesis
    27. Hardaway, Tim - Golden State Warriors guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    28. Harper, Ron - L.A. Clippers forward, in SNES/Genesis
    29. Harper, Derek - ???? forward, in Arcade (with Dallas)/SNES/Genesis
    30. Hawkins, Hersey - Philadelphia 76ers forward, in Arcade Only
    31. Hey - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    32. Hornacek, Jeff - Philadelphia 76ers forward, in SNES/Genesis
    33. Howard - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    34. Iuzzolino - former Dallas Mavericks guard, in Arcade Only
    35. Jackson, Jim - Dallas Mavericks guard, in SNES/Genesis
    36. Johnson, Kevin - Phoenix Suns guard, in SNES/Genesis
    37. Johnson, Larry - Charlotte Hornets forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    38. Kemp, Shawn - Seattle Supersonics guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    39. Laettner, Christian - Minnesota Timberwolves center, in SNES/Genesis
    40. Laimbeer, Bill - former Detroit Pistons center, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    41. Lewis, Reggie - late Boston Celtics forward, in Arcade Only
    42. Liptak - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    43. Lohaus, Brad - Milwaukee Bucks forward, in SNES/Genesis
    44. Majerle, Dan - Phoenix Suns forward, in Arcade Only
    45. Malone, Karl - Utah Jazz forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    46. Manning, Danny - L.A. Clippers forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    47. Maxwell, Vernon - Houston Rockets forward, in SNES/Genesis
    48. McHale, Kevin - former Boston Celtics forward, in Arcade Only
    49. McKey, Derrick - Indiana Pacers forward, in Arcade Only (with Seattle)
    50. McLearn - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    51. Miller, Reggie - Indiana Pacers forwad, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    52. Miner, Harold - Miami Heat guard, in SNES/Genesis
    53. Moon, Warren - Special Guest Star, QB for Houston Oilers, appears in 
    54. Mourning, Alonzo - Charlotte Hornets center, in SNES/Genesis
    55. Mullin, Chris - Golden State Warriors guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    56. Mutombo, Dikembe - Denver Nuggets center, in SNES/Genesis
    57. Newcomer - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    58. O'Neal, Shaquille - Orlando Magic center, in Arcade Only
    59. Oakley, Charles - New York Knicks forward, in Arcade Only
    60. Olajuwon, Hakeem - Houston Rockets center, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    61. Oursler - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    62. P Funk - Special Guest Star SNES/Genesis
    63. Parish, Robert - Boston Celtics center, in SNES/Genesis
    64. Person, Chuck - Minnesota Timberwolves forward, in SNES/Genesis
    65. Petro - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    66. Petrovic, Drazen - late New Jersey Nets guard, in Arcade Only
    67. Pippen, Scottie - Chicago Bulls forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    68. Porter, Terry - Portland Trailblazers guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    69. Price, Mark - Cleveland Cavaliers guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    70. Rice, Glen - Miami Heat forward, in SNES/Genesis
    71. Richmond, Mitch - Sacramento Kings guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    72. Rivett - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    73. Robinson, David - San Antonio Spurs center, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    74. Schrempf, Detlef - Seattle Supersonics forward, in Arcade (with Indiana),
                           SNES (with Indiana), and Genesis
    75. Scott - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    76. Seikaly, Rony - Miami Heat center, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    77. Skiles, Scott - Orland Magic guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    78. Smith, Kenny - Houston Rockets guard, in Arcade Only
    79. Starks, John - New York Knicks guard, in SNES/Genesis
    80. Stockton, John - Utah Jazz guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    81. Thomas, Isiah - Detroit Pistons guard, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    82. Tisdale, Wayman - Sacramento Kings forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    83. Turmell - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    84. Vogel - Special Guest Star in Arcade +?
    85. Weatherspoon, Clarence - Philadelphia 76ers forward, in SNES/Genesis
    86. Wilkins, Dominique - Atlanta Hawks forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    87. Worthy, James - L.A. Lakers forward, in Arcade/SNES/Genesis
    88. ? - Special Guest Star, in SNES/Genesis, seen in Video Games Magazine, 
            but no name
    89. ? - Special Guest Star, in SNES/Genesis, seen in Video Games Magazine, 
            but no name
    90. ? - Special Guest Star, in SNES/Genesis, seen in Video Games Magazine, 
            but no name
    91. ? - Special Guest Star, in SNES/Genesis, seen in Video Games Magazine, 
            but no name
    92. ? - Special Guest Star, in SNES/Genesis, seen in Video Games Magazine, 
            but no name
    -- Fast Eddie --
      NBA Jam Tips & Info v17 [1/1]
    New Secret Player Codes & NBA Jam 
    Tournament Edition Codes
    -= /  Produced by Fast Eddie  / =-