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U R Basketball 2K13 & 2K14 V80 Released

U R Basketball v80

Following on from last month’s release, V80 of the U R Basketball mod by skoadam and slimm44 is now available for both NBA 2K13 and NBA 2K14 PC. The latest release includes updated NBA Bubble rotations, correct shoes, and other enhancements. An overview of the key features in V80 is as follows:

  • 2K13 and 2K14 2020Restart roster with playoff rotations/minutes for every team
  • 2K14 2020, 2020EOS and 2020Restart: all players (teams and FA players) with correct shoes
  • 2K13 2020, 2020EOS and 2020Restart: all players (teams and FA players) with their brands and non generic shoes
  • 2K13 and 2K13 2020Restart with 7 new bubble arenas LAL, LAC, MIL, BOS, TOR, MIA, UTAH by Bliss
  • Whole New Game/Playoff LED for every teams by Bliss
  • Virtual fans dorna by Bliss
  • Updated Denver Bubble court by Jumpman2k
  • A few cyberfaces with new Bubble look

U R Basketball for NBA 2K14 can be downloaded here; please see the release topic here for more information and support. The NBA 2K13 mod is available here, while the release and support topic can be found here. Future releases will include shoe updates for retro rosters, updated Draft Classes with slimm44’s new formulas, and more. Stay tuned to those Forum topics for further news and releases!

File Additions for NBA 2K14

NBA 2K14 Cover Art

Even after all these years, NBA 2K14 is still a popular game to mod, as evident by today’s file additions. Today’s new releases include player faces, an NBA Bubble mod, updated Hornets jerseys, and a custom soundtrack. Download them all at the links below!

Taco2k
Darius Bazley Face
Danilo Gallinari Face
Billy Donovan Face (Coach)
Mychal Mulder Face
LeBron James Face
Mike Muscala Face

sevin0seven
Jukebox & Loading Music by seven

Bliss
NBA Orlando Bubble Mod (Playoffs)

Pep
NBA Jordan Charlotte Hornets 2020 Uniforms

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File Additions for NBA 2K14

NBA 2K14 Cover Art

Pick up the latest faces from Taco2K, jersey updates for the Philadelphia 76ers and Atlanta Hawks by K2K Mods, and Pep’s 4K Wilson concept basketball, in today’s file additions for NBA 2K14 PC!

Taco2K
Devin Booker Face
Chris Paul Face
Luguentz Dort Face
Tony Snell Face

K2K Mods
Philadelphia 76ers Classic Edition Jersey
2021 Atlanta Hawks Jersey Pack

Pep
Wilson NBA Game Ball Concept 4K

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NLSC Podcast #336: I’m A Surgeon With This Pro Stick

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Episode #336 of the NLSC Podcast is out now! Derek (aka Dee4Three) and I are your hosts for this week’s show.

Before we get to this week’s gaming news, we take a moment to reflect on the San Antonio Spurs’ 22-year Playoff streak coming to an end. On the subject of change, however, we have our first developer blog for NBA 2K21 Current Gen, previewing this year’s gameplay. We break down the changes to the Pro Stick, including the new dribbling and shooting controls, and other details provided by the blog. With a demo coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on August 24th, we also speculate on what it will entail, and discuss the likelihood of a Next Gen demo later this year. We’ve also got some new retro basketball game purchases to talk about, and once again touch on the modding possibilities for NBA 2K21 PC.

What’s your take on this week’s conversation? Sound off in the comments section below, or join in the discussion here in the Forum! Additionally, feel free to hit us up with any feedback on the episode, as well as suggestions for topics that you’d like to hear us discuss in future episodes. For more information on the NLSC Podcast including episode guides, check out this page in our Wiki. The show also comes out on our YouTube channel, so be sure to subscribe for future episodes and other video content.

U R Basketball 2K13 & 2K14 V79 Released

U R Basketball V79

Following the big retro update in V78, skoadam and slimm44 have released V79 of U R Basketball for NBA 2K13 and NBA 2K14 PC! This release focuses on the NBA Restart, updating the current 2020 season rosters in the Bubble. Key features of V79 are as follows:

  • Updated 2020, 2020EOS, 2020Restart Rosters with ratings/tendencies based on real ~64 games played in 2019/2020 Season by slimm
  • New Restart Roster (all 22 teams with correct Restart Courts and one Arena for all, made by Bliss)
  • Most players in Restart Roster with correct shoes (remaining 8 teams will be updated soon)
  • All teams with the most accurate rotations possible
  • New portraits for signed/traded players

U R Basketball for NBA 2K14 can be downloaded here; please see the release topic here for more information and support. The NBA 2K13 mod is available here, while the release and support topic can be found here. Stay tuned to those Forum topics for details on future releases!

File Additions for NBA 2K14

NBA 2K14 Cover Art

In today’s file additions for NBA 2K14, we’ve got a couple of face updates from Taco2K, RED MC TURK scripts by Mackubex, NBA Bubble courts by X, and a new version of Pep’s 4K Spalding ball. Download all of the releases at the links below!

Taco2K
Andrew Wiggins Face
Ky Bowman Face

Mackubex
No Signature Skills TURK Script by Mackubex
Apply RESTART Courts TURK Script by Mackubex

Bliss
NBA Orlando Bubble ‘Black Lives Matter’ Mod

Pepis
4K NBA Spalding Official Game Ball (Updated to v2.0)

Thanks to everyone who continues to contribute to our Downloads database! If you need help uploading files, be sure to check out this video tutorial. For more information about downloads, the modding community, and File Additions bulletins, please see this FAQ in our Wiki.

Wayback Wednesday: Familiar Faces in Strange Places (Part 4)

Wayback Wednesday: Familiar Faces in Strange Places (Part 4)

This is Wayback Wednesday, your midweek blast from the past! In this feature, we dig into the archives, look back at the history of basketball gaming, and indulge in some nostalgia. Check in every Wednesday for retrospectives and other features on older versions of NBA Live, NBA 2K, and old school basketball video games in general. You’ll also find old NLSC editorials re-published with added commentary, and other flashback content. This week, I’m taking a look back at yet more NBA players who became familiar faces in strange places, and those stints in video games.

Just when you thought I was done talking about familiar faces in strange places, here is part four in an ongoing series of Wayback Wednesday articles! Not all of these players are Hall of Famers or even perennial All-Stars, but they are nevertheless significant and recognisable, thereby qualifying as familiar faces. They’re also players that we grew accustomed to seeing play for one or two teams in particular, so the strange places they ended up in do make for a jarring sight, both in real life and on the virtual hardwood.

Once again, I’m looking at these familiar faces in strange places through the lens of basketball video games, in part because that’s obviously what we cover here at the NLSC, but also because it emphasises how games like NBA Live and NBA 2K in particular act as time capsules and interactive almanacs. From past champions and the glory days of the game’s brightest stars, to the forgotten and overlooked stints I’m recalling here, those memories come flooding back upon firing up old favourites. Let’s take a look back…way back…

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U R Basketball 2K13 & 2K14 V78 Released

U R Basketball V78 Released

A new version (V78) of U R Basketball by skoadam and slimm44 is now available! This is the big retro update that I know a lot of gamers still playing NBA 2K13 and NBA 2K14 have been eagerly awaiting, and it looks to be well worth it. The key features of URB V78 are as follows:

  • Updated Elite Roster by adding 6 new teams
  • Added NEW 2019 & Elite Roster
  • Updated All-Star Roster by adding new teams
  • Updated all All-Time Rosters by adding new players (Zion, Tatum, Middleton, Jokic, Doncic, Booker, Siakam etc)
  • Updated Current All Time Roster version with 2020 jerseys/logos, courts etc.
  • Tons of new retro faces made by Maravich, Icecr, and other modders
  • New retro jerseys made by Pepis

U R Basketball for NBA 2K14 can be downloaded here; please see the release topic here for more information and support. The NBA 2K13 mod is available here, while the release and support topic can be found here. The next version will include updates for the NBA Bubble restart; stay tuned to the support topics for further news.

Monday Tip-Off: The Decline of MyCAREER Offline

We’re at midcourt, and the ball is about to go up…it’s Monday Tip-Off! Start your week here at the NLSC with a feature that’s dedicated to opinions, commentary, and other fun stuff related to NBA Live, NBA 2K, and other basketball video games. This week, I’m tipping things off with a look at the decline of MyCAREER offline, and its effect on the career experience in NBA 2K.

MyCAREER has been my main mode of choice since I was drawn to it back in NBA 2K13. As I’ve mentioned on many occasions, I’ve felt a desire to return to my roots as a franchise gamer – especially given the depth currently on offer in MyLEAGUE – and have also spent time with MyTEAM, as well as Ultimate Team in NBA Live over the past generation. However, MyCAREER has been difficult to quit, particularly as I’ve grown to appreciate the online scene through 2K Pro-Am. The connected experience offers several benefits, but it’s also contributed to the decline of MyCAREER offline.

I was originally going to cover this in a Friday Five article which would’ve been titled “5 Ways Offline MyCAREER Is Worse”, but I decided that the list format wouldn’t do the issue justice. One of the major reasons for my change of heart and mind is that I stumbled across this Reddit post from about five months back, outlining the way that MyCAREER offline has been downgraded over the years. It was well-researched, and I must credit it here as a source of information for the specific changes I’ve noted. Its title was apt, too. It’s a matter that doesn’t receive nearly enough attention, and I’d like to rectify that by covering it today, while also considering some possible solutions.

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The Friday Five: 5 Odd Aspects of 2K’s Early Career Modes

The Friday Five

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Friday Five! The Friday Five is a feature that I post every Friday in which I give my thoughts on a topic that’s related to NBA Live, NBA 2K, and other basketball video games, as well as the real NBA, and other areas of interest to our community. The feature is presented as either a list of five items, or in the form of a Top 5 countdown. This week’s Five is a list of five aspects of NBA 2K’s early career modes that look odd in retrospect.

TV Tropes enthusiasts will no doubt be familiar with the term “Early Installment Weirdness“. To quote the laconic definition, it refers the phenomenon of “first releases of franchises that include very surprising differences in specific tropes or even the absence of a trope that later became predominant in that work”. To put it another way, the first season of a TV show or the early titles in a video game series may have elements that were changed or phased out, retroactively making them look very strange and out of place compared to what came afterwards.

Being a genre that has evolved over a number of years and generations of hardware, basketball games are no exception. Certain controls and gameplay mechanics, and even features of the staple game modes, have drastically changed as concepts have evolved and technology has improved. Of course, less pleasing developments such as the introduction of microtransactions have also fuelled changes that leave us wishing we could go back to the old days, and the old ways. The single player career mode in NBA 2K – originally called My Player, now branded MyCAREER – features some prime examples of aspects that now seem quite odd. Let’s take a look at five of them!

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File Additions for NBA 2K14

NBA 2K14 Cover Art

The latest file additions for NBA 2K14 include faces for Nick Van Exel and R.J. Barrett, and updated Draft presentation and endorsement graphics for MyCAREER. Download them all at the links below!

IceCr
Nick Van Exel Face

Taco2K
R.J. Barrett Face
Stephen Curry Face

Mackubex
NBA Draft Presentation Update
MyCAREER Endorsement Graphics Update

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NLSC Podcast #330: The Price of Upgrading

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Episode #330 of the NLSC Podcast is out now! Derek (aka Dee4Three) and I are your hosts for this week’s show.

The three cover players and their editions of NBA 2K21 have been revealed, and it turns out our predictions were pretty good! We react to the choices, and some of the community’s opinions on them. We’ve also discovered that the Next Gen version will have cross-platform VC and MyTEAM progression, but more controversially, a $10 price increase. Breaking down the pre-order bonuses also suggests that the approach to microtransactions and grinding won’t be much different this year. With confirmation that NBA 2K21 PC is a Current Gen port, we weigh up the pros and cons, and what it means for our modding community. Elsewhere, reactions to Madden 21’s Franchise mode have made us wonder about the future of franchise gaming in basketball titles. Finally, we’re noticing some new waves of nostalgia among younger and older hoops gamers alike.

What’s your take on this week’s conversation? Sound off in the comments section below, or join in the discussion here in the Forum! Additionally, feel free to hit us up with any feedback on the episode, as well as suggestions for topics that you’d like to hear us discuss in future episodes. For more information on the NLSC Podcast including episode guides, check out this page in our Wiki.

File Additions for NBA 2K14

NBA 2K14 Cover Art

The latest file additions for NBA 2K14 PC include current and retro player faces, and updated retro jerseys for the Seattle SuperSonics. Check them out at the links below!

Taco2k
Ricky Rubio Face
Frank Kaminsky Face

IceCr
Chris Mullin Face
John Stockton Face

Pep
1995 Seattle SuperSonics Uniforms (Updated to v2.0)

Thanks to everyone who continues to contribute to our Downloads database! If you need help uploading files, be sure to check out this video tutorial. For more information about downloads, the modding community, and File Additions bulletins, please see this FAQ in our Wiki.

File Additions for NBA 2K15

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Today’s file additions for NBA 2K15 feature a SweetFX tweak by SimonLee that replicates NBA 2K14’s aesthetic. Download it at the link below!

SimonLee
NBA 2K14-Like SweetFX

Thanks to everyone who continues to contribute to our Downloads database! If you need help uploading files, be sure to check out this video tutorial. For more information about downloads, the modding community, and File Additions bulletins, please see this FAQ in our Wiki.

The Friday Five: 5 Times Last Gen Games Surprised Us

The Friday Five

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Friday Five! The Friday Five is a feature that I post every Friday in which I give my thoughts on a topic that’s related to NBA Live, NBA 2K, and other basketball video games, as well as the real NBA, and other areas of interest to our community. The feature is presented as either a list of five items, or in the form of a Top 5 countdown. This week’s Five is a list of five times that last gen games surprised us with an unexpected feature.

With the PlayStation 5 reveal event bringing us the official announcement of, and first look at NBA 2K21, we’re heading full steam ahead into the next generation. There are obviously plenty of questions yet to be answered, and more than a couple of concerns to be allayed. While NBA 2K14 wowed us pre-launch with the OMG Trailer, many of us were disappointed by the absence of staple features such as full roster editing, the traditional franchise mode, a standalone Playoffs mode, and other aspects missing from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version (until NBA 2K15 brought them back).

There’s also the question of whether the PC version of NBA 2K21 will be a port of the last gen or next gen release. Glancing back at what happened with NBA 2K14, we had to wait a year until the PC port caught up to the new generation. And of course, we have to wonder what will happen with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which will become last gen upon the release of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. It seems almost inevitable that they’ll become afterthoughts in terms of quality and content, but if we look back through the years, there are a few times that last gen games surprised us with new features and content. Here are five such examples!

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