We are a week into the NBA 2K Coins indefinite suspension of its season as the world deals with coronavirus. It is going to be a while before we get real basketball back, but we have NBA 2K20 to fill in a few of the gaps. While the league is hoping to go back for the playoffs, even if not a remainder of their regular period, we don't know if it's going to occur. Rather than await the NBA to crown a winner via the due process of playoffs, we're going to jump directly into the simulation and crown a champion of our very own.
Of course, just running the playoffs with current teams as they stand today would be simple. Certainly we will get a fantastic postseason and we could see whether Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks can finally get over the hump, or when Kawhi Leonard will reign supreme once again with his third group, the LA Clippers. But if we are going to try it, why do it easy? If we're going to crown a winner, let's crown a CHAMPION.
What we will do now with all the mimicking power of NBA 2K is return into history and seed a playoff championship with 16 past champions.
These NBA 2K athletes grew up together. Now they are teaming up with the Jazz
They would go to school. They would come home. They'd pop-in NBA 2K9 -- the 2009 variant of this NBA-based video sport -- and could basketball online. Five-on-five digital games. On the weekends, the same thing. Perform all weekend. Bucket after bucket. Sometimes they would work 9 to 5. Come home, log into NBA 2K and match. Again and again. Day daily. Week after week.
Browne (who goes by"Shaka") and Martin (who goes by"Lotty") climbed the global rankings of their NBA 2K9 online community. It turned out to be a competitive time with countless thousands competing online. Shaka, whose handle was"YoungSparks92," saw someone climbing the ranks with him. "YoungKobe3." Both New Yorkers were linked together afterward. Little did they know that nearly a decade later they would be teammates, rival side by side for the Utah Jazz in a professional league for Cheap 2K21 MT.