According to the official NBA 2K Twitter account, a new patch is coming soon for NBA 2K17. It will reportedly address some issues with 2K Pro-Am, and correct the problem that is currently preventing new roster updates from being pushed through.
The next #NBA2K17 update will address PROAM divergences as well as fix an issue preventing roster updates from occurring & more. Coming soon
— NBA 2K 2K18 (@NBA2K) October 29, 2016
No further details on the fixes or the timeframe for the patch’s release are available at this time. So far, the PlayStation 4 has been the first platform to receive the updates, followed by the PC and Xbox One within a week or so. Your guess is as good as ours as to what is meant by “divergences”.
A quick glance at the rosters reveals that they haven’t been updated in a couple of weeks, as it seems that Patch 1.04 has caused an unforeseen issue with the ability to push through updates. 2K Pro-Am has experienced several issues since the game’s launch, from matchmaking difficulties to wins not counting. There’s also a nasty exploit in the form of a camera glitch when calling a timeout during free throws, which is even worse if you call a second timeout.
Hopefully these issues can be addressed in Patch 1.05, along with some of the other problems that gamers have been providing feedback about. We’ll be sure to post any further details as soon as they’re made available, but in the meantime, feel free to keep posting impressions and feedback in the NBA 2K17 section of the NLSC Forum.