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NBA 2K19 Broadcast Trailer Featuring Bill Simmons

NBA 2K19: Broadcast Trailer

2K has released the second of two trailers for NBA 2K19 this week. The latest trailer previews the broadcasters and presentation in this year’s game, and includes several highlights from cinematic angles, along with snippets of gameplay. Not surprisingly, the game’s cover players – Giannis Antetokounmpo, LeBron James, and Ben Simmons – are heavily featured in the trailer.

The trailer confirms that Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett will be returning this year to provide guest commentary. Sportswriter Bill Simmons of The Ringer also joins the broadcast team this year as a guest commentator, with the trailer providing us with a preview of some of the remarks he’ll share during games. Behind the scenes footage of his recording session is also shown.

Watch the Broadcast Trailer below, or catch it here on YouTube.

What are your thoughts? Have your say in the comments section below, and join in the discussion here in our NBA 2K19 Forum!

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File Additions for NBA 2K18

NBA 2K18 Cover Art

The latest file additions for NBA 2K18 PC include faces, the 2018 Draft Class, presentation and menu updates, and more. Download them all at the links below!

Rockmonts
Fictional NBA 2K19 Bootup Screen
NBA 2K19 Presentation
LeBron James Face (2018 NBA Finals)

Torogi
P.J. Brown Face
Terrance Ferguson Face & Model
Karl-Anthony Towns Face

Vincent of TeamRakker
Dew NBA 3x Replay Wipe
Smart Araneta Court
Prelude Spalding Basketball

Team Rakker 2K MODS
LeBron James Main Menu & Pause Screen

bluejaybrandon
Real 2018 Draft Class – Mod Pack

MonkeymanJSV
Brandon Paul Face

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.

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The Friday Five: 5 Options That Would Be Handy

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 options that would be handy to have in NBA Live and NBA 2K.

When we’re compiling our Wishlists and sending feedback to EA Sports and Visual Concepts, it’s important that we prioritise. For example, a major gameplay flaw is far more important to address than a largely inconsequential cosmetic feature. Likewise, the functionality and user-friendliness of the menus is more important than the colour (though legibility and presentation obviously counts for something). Nevertheless, it’s also a good idea to point out features and options that aren’t necessarily vital, but in their own way, add something to the overall experience.

After all, sometimes it’s the little things that really make a game enjoyable. Some options are essential, such as difficulty settings, gameplay sliders, and controller configurations, but features such as atmosphere settings, an accelerated clock, stats normalisation, and other such options can really enhance the experience. We can still enjoy the games without them, and in the grand scheme of things, they probably don’t have a huge effect on Metacritic scores and general reception, but they’d nevertheless be welcome additions. Future versions of NBA Live and NBA 2K could be enhanced with the addition of handy options such as these.

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File Additions for NBA 2K11

NBA 2K11 Cover Art

Freshen up a modern classic with today’s file additions for NBA 2K11 PC! In addition to some brand new updates from DaCrispy, we’ve also managed to track down and re-upload a current roster update from last season. Check out all of the releases at the links below!

DaCrispy
NBA 2K18 Logo Update
Draft Combine Update for My Player
Summer League Update for My Player
2018 ESPN Halftime Presentation
Blacktop Practice Court

Unknown
2016-2017 Season Roster

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.

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File Additions for NBA 2K18

NBA 2K18 Cover Art

Here are the latest file additions for NBA 2K18 PC! New releases include court updates, a new tattoo for Ricky Rubio, and some presentation mods. Check them all out at the links below!

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Full Screen Watermark
Movistar Watermark

Shuajota
TV Channels Logos

Issy
Oklahoma City Thunder Court

Daemon
Ricky Rubio Tattoo Update

Manni Live
Toronto Raptors Air Canada Center

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.

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File Additions for NBA 2K14

NBA 2K14 Cover Art

Our community continues to keep NBA 2K14 PC fresh and up to date with fantastic mods, even four years after its release. The latest file additions include new 2018 season rosters, updated PBA 2K and FIBA 2K total conversion mods, All-Star presentation, and much more. Please see below for all the download links!

Miguel2K
Miguel2K Realism v8

Medevenx
PBA 2K v12.1 Follow Up Pack
Universal Portrait Project
Kuroko V Slam Dunk ft. Dear Boys Main Directory Files 1
Kuroko V Slam Dunk ft. Dear Boys Main Directory Files 2
Kuroko V Slam Dunk ft. Dear Boys Main Directory Files 3
Kuroko V Slam Dunk ft. Dear Boys Main Directory Files 4
Kuroko V Slam Dunk ft. Dear Boys Logos
Kuroko V Slam Dunk ft. Dear Boys Optional Files
FIBA 2K Optional Files
2015 NBA All-Star Weekend Presentation
2016 NBA All-Star Weekend Presentation
2017 NBA All-Star Weekend Presentation (Charlotte)
2017 NBA All-Star Weekend Presentation (New Orleans)
PBA 2K Optional Files
FIBA 2K Main Directory Files 13
FIBA 2K Main Directory Files 14
FIBA 2K Appdata Files (Updated to v14.0)
PBA 2K Appdata Files (Updated to v21.1)
Med’s NBA Roster Appdata Files (Updated to v12.1c)

Mackubex
Mackubex Roster Update (September 1 Update)

Seushiro
Seushiro’s Animation Mod

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The Friday Five: 5 More Basketball Game Features Ahead of Their Time

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 takes a look at five basketball game features that were ahead of their time.

I guess I’m in the mood for sequels at the moment. After following up an older Friday Five with another list of random basketball game facts a couple of weeks ago, I’ve got another Part 2 column for you today. Back in October of last year, I talked about five basketball game features that were ahead of their time. Since the list is obviously much longer than just those five, and we’re in the midst of learning about the new additions and innovations in this year’s games, I thought I’d take the opportunity to discuss five more basketball game features that were ahead of their time when they made their debut.

Like I said in my previous column, it can be surprising to see how long ago it was that certain features made their basketball game debut. Conversely, it’s also somewhat disheartening when you remember that some of them can’t be found in more recent titles. On a more positive note, some features and gameplay mechanics have definitely been enhanced since they were first implemented, or paved the way for similar and ultimately superior concepts. With that in mind, here are five basketball game features that demonstrated great foresight and technological achievement.

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Wayback Wednesday: NBA Live Halftime Shows

Midwest Division Halftime Video in NBA Live 99

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 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.

As basketball video games have continued to harness the power of improving gaming technology, we’ve expected more and more of them. While most of our desires have been centred on gameplay and game modes, presentation is an area that a lot of basketball gamers have wanted to see enhancements in over the years. While slick presentation will only briefly mask gameplay and game mode deficiencies, it’s nevertheless important in terms of creating atmosphere, and adding those extra touches of reality that we tend to enjoy so much.

In the past few years, basketball video games have come to include very detailed and realistic TV-style presentation. Whether it’s NBA Live 16’s NBA on ESPN segments hosted by Jalen Rose, or NBA 2K16’s pre-game, halftime, and post-game shows featuring digital versions of Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal, and Kenny Smith, we’ve come to expect great production values that mimic a real NBA broadcast. Back in the day, of course, breaks in the action were spiced up in a far more modest manner.

Today, we’re talking about the halftime shows that appeared in the early versions of NBA Live. Without any further ado, let’s take a look back…way back…

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