The Chaos Dunk, and the resulting backlash against basketball, destroyed McDonald'sIsn't it odd that, given the incredible healing power of the Burger King chicken fry, we don't hear anything about Burger King's main competitors? Even assuming that there's only enough Neo-Shekels left for one fast food place, why is it Burger King and not the Real Life number one McDonald's? The answer is that McDonald's has a long history of using b-ballers in their advertisements, from the early 1990s to the era of basketball/Looney Tunes crossovers and the greatest symbol of that era, all the way to relatively recently, McDonald's has been using the images of b-ball stars to promote itself in ways that Burger King hasn't. And while that evidently works well in eras when basketball is well-liked, once b-ball is hated and feared it's likely to bite McDonald's in the ass.
Barkley is agelessCheck him out in this game: he's still young-looking and capable of playing b-ball well into his 70s or 80s, despite Lebron James' great-grandson already having long white hairnote . Hell, he looks younger in-game than he does in real life. There must be some explanation for it... Possibly that Charles Barkley, instead of being corrupted by high levels of negative b-ball energy like the people in Proto Neo New York, is instead strengthened by the residual b-ball energy floating around years after the Chaos Dunk ushered in the post-cyberpocalypse. As for how he was fast and strong and skilled enough to perform the Chaos Dunk, and why he was back in pro b-ball in the first place, he might have been re-invigorated by some large release of b-ball energy before this.
If there was a sequel, here's what to expect...
Michael Jordan was either protecting or avenging his family!
Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone were killed by the first Chaos DunkNo evidence for this WMG in particular.
More people will appear in the sequel such as...