With just a month to go until the anticipated release of NBA 2k20, the global gaming company is doing their part to ensure the latest installment of the series is the best one yet.
In light of a number of changes and improvements, 2k added all-new All-Decade legendary team rosters to the game, allowing you to play with a team assembled from the best players of that decade. Of course, the new feature is exciting, but it has also become a recent talking point in the community.
Take a look at the rosters and formulate an opinion of your own. Which players are missing? Which guys should be taken off?
All new Legendary teams are coming to 2K20 👀 First up, our All-Decade teams dating from the 50/60’s all the way to 2010’s.
— NBA 2K20 (@NBA2K) August 13, 2019
1980s:Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Moses Malone, Kevin McHale
1990s: John Stockton, Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Karl Malone, Hakeem Olajuwon
2000s: Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Shaquille O’Neal
2010s:Steph Curry, James Harden, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Dwight Howard
Michael Jordan and LeBron James are the only names to appear twice, with notable absent stars including Dominique Wilkins (80s), Julius Irving (80s), Patrick Ewing (90s), Clyde Drexler (90s), Charles Barkley (90s), Dirk Nowitzki (2000s), and Anthony Davis (2010s).
What are your opinions on the list? No doubt, you have your reservations about some of the selections… everyone does.