Josh Boone knows the difference between video games and real life. He can separate the 1's and 0's from the X's and O's. But that doesn't mean he isn't keenly interested in how real life gets programmed into software on a PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii or Xbox 360. So this summer, he, Ike Diogu of the Blazers and another NBA player will visit EA Sports to see how it's done. Boone, the son of computer programmers, thinks it could become a second career.
- Boone eyes second career in world of video games - Fred Kerber - New York Post