The megastars have a mega neck!
The video game NBA2K22 will be launched on September 10th in Germany and the USA (price: 74.95 euros, US price: 69.99 dollars). Fans can play with their superstars and favorite teams, including on Playstation 4 and 5 as well as Xbox and PC.
It has now been revealed just how strong the NBA’s biggest stars will be in the game – it’s causing a stir!
Megastar Uprising Against NBA Video Game
Kevin Durant (32) of the Brooklyn Nets, who just led the US basketball players to Olympic gold in Tokyo and played incredible playoffs, is not happy with his value of 96.
Durant: “I do pretty much everything great. I work extremely hard. I do pretty much everything great. That’s why I should be 99. “
Last year Durant had a 96.
Comment from Lakers megastar LeBron James (36) on Twitter whether 96 is okay for Durant: “Nope! Should be a 99! “
Same comment from King James on the 96 by Steph Curry (33 / Golden State Warriors): “Should be a 99!”
Trae Young (22), the Atlanta Hawks’ shooting star, was rated 89. His poisonous comment on Twitter to the video game makers: “It seems to me that we experience the same thing here every year. Do you ever get it right? “
These are the average strengths of the biggest stars:
- Kevin Durant (96)
- LeBron James (96)
- Steph Curry (96)
- Giannis Antetokounmpo (96)
- Nikola Jokic (95)
- Joel Embiid (95)
- Luka Doncic (94)
- Damian Lillard (94)
- James Harden (94)
- Jayson Tatum (90)
- Trae Young (89)
- Khris Middleton (88)
- Jrue Holiday (85)
- LaMelo Ball (84)
Only the legends Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar got the highest rating of 99.
In 2001, Kevin Garnett became the first player to receive a 99 as an active player. This was followed by Shaquille O’Neal, Tim Duncan, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Chris Paul. Incidentally, no active star has received this rating since NBA2K14.
Dirk Nowitzki is on the cover of the special edition of the game for the 75th birthday of the NBA along with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Luka Doncic.
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