Following in the footsteps of Breaking Madden, Jon Bois tries to break the NBA 2K franchise, culminating in the death of the NBA.
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The return of Clarence BEEFTANK


In this episode, we are proud to bring you the return of Breaking Madden legend Clarence BEEFTANK. Our happy little man has gotten his weight down to 350 pounds, and he is here to blow the Oklahoma...

OutKast goes for 404 points in one game

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Old Kobe meets Young Kobe, and he hates him

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The video game Sixers go for an 0-82 season

Welcome to the series premiere of NBA Y2K, the basketball edition of Breaking Madden. The 76ers' losing streak ended at only 26 games. Let's make it 82, and send the franchise into a spiral of...

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