Rob Hubbard created the music, which varies by activity. Despite a rather impressive list of game audio around the peak of my childhood gaming, I think this is the only game I played where he created the music. I wonder how it compares with other games he did? The music here is pretty straightforward. I like the music, I'm just surprised by the amount of it! There's just over 4 minutes of music in the game musically speaking, but as you can see, many sections of the music are repeated. Some repeated sections might have a voice added to them or be modulated. I'm thinking with so much repetition, resources in this game were really crunched and there wasn't a lot of space available for music. Nevertheless, it's a game I played a lot and one whose sounds/music I immediately remember!
Here's a link to the soundtrack with my usual breakdown of the tracks.
-Title screen: F major. 40 sec. Intro A(10) A' B C(10) Bluesy (I-IV motion (A' is in IV), lots of scale degree b7). Variations over bass.
-One-on-One: E minor. 60 sec. Intro2 A- A' A''(10) B(10) C C. i-bVI-bVII motion. Also moves to the relative major in B section. C section B minor.
-Slam Dunk Contest: A minor. 46 sec. A(10) A A B B' B'. Uses i-bVI-bVII motion. Moves to the relative major in B section.
-3-Point Contest: A minor. 74 sec. A A' B(10) B'(6) C B(10) B'(6) C D(2). i-bVII-v-bVI. Moves to iv in B. Moves to bII in C. Loop ends in D minor.
-Stats: Bb major. 17 sec. A A B B'. Moves between compound and duple meters.
-Victory: Bb major. 3 sec.
-Credits: Ab major. 8 sec.