Strat-O-Matic Basketball 2017 with Cards


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Strat-O-Matic Basketball 2017 with Cards


  • Best of both worlds: Strat-O-Matic as a computer game and a board game
  • Computer coach, Netplay and autoplay … draft, trade, blog
  • Software includes every 2016-17 NBA player

This combination package includes all of the 2016-17 basketball board game cards but does not include board game parts.

 

Really love hoops? Super-size your order and taste every way to enjoy Strat-O-Matic Basketball. Receive a sharply discounted full card set (including all the additional players) with your computer purchase. Then be a board-game-savvy computer gamer or a computer-savvy board-game player. You’ll be full armed to do battle with a human opponent or the clever computer coach. Then compare Strat-O-Matic’s unsurpassed post-game computerized stats reports with the stats on the cards.

 

Powered by official averages and stats with exclusive Strat-O ratings; 

Enhanced by hundreds of hours of unique Strat-O research and statistical analysis

 

This version comes with all the 2016-167NBA teams, 12 cards per team, plus 72 additional players. See Product Listings for description of that season.

 

Version Strat-O-Matic Basketball 2017 is necessary to play the 2016-17 NBA, 1961-62 NBA and 1962-63 

System Requirements: Requires Windows XP or higher (Note: older operating systems might work but will not officially be supported), 800 by 600 minimum screen resolution and an internet connection.

This Product is now available via E-Delivery. After purchase is completed, your product registration code can be found on your account page under License Keys as well as on your order invoice in your account page.
 
If you need technical assistance regarding E-Delivery products please contact techsupport@strat-o-matic.com. Please read the information for E-Delivery products carefully before purchasing as these items are non-refundable.


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