The immense popularity of NBA 2K16 propelled to new heights and so did 2K Sports. The official NBA 2K 2K16 Twitter handle crossed One Million followers previous month which called for celebrations. 2K Sports did not lose time to reveal NBA 2K16 Locker Codes for Random Items. The developers also promised to fans that they would get a “chance at Amethyst & Diamond Players”.
Anticipations crossed all scores but only to disappoint the fans. Angry Fans took to the micro-blogging site after 2K Sports failed to deliver their promises. NBA 2K16 fans slammed 2K Sports on the social media over locker codes release.
As per the Kotaku reports, 2K Sports had promised back in 2014 to give away “Sweet Bonuses” when they reach a target of 1 Million Twitter followers. But they failed to deliver.
“NBA 2K16” was released on Sep. 29 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and has so far been well received by gamers, especially for its MyCareer mode.
But “How To DownloadThe Ultimate Legends NBA 2K16 Roster on PS4?”, quoted Forbes. Well, contributing writer Brian Mazique answered to all our queries. Brian took the onus upon himself to work on the Rosters and 2K Sports did not play a part in it at all.
Brian dedicated two years to create “a huge custom roster concept for the game” and much to amazement of the NBA 2K16 fans, Brain completed this year’s version.
His blog read, “I call it the Legends Project and it includes more than 130 created legends, droves of re-rated superstars and even more updated ratings for current players. The aim of the project is to create all-time teams for every organisation. Before you ask, the Oklahoma City Thunder and Seattle Supersonics legends have been combined and placed on the 1995-96 Sonics Legends team that was already included in the game.”
He also included a video which had “completed roster for all 30 active organisations.”
Brian further wrote that the first roster had multiple versions of certain players like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Charles Barkley, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, etc. The other had just one version per player while the later roster might be ideal for Fantasy League.
Asked on how he managed to put all the data together, he said, “All player ratings are statistically based with formulas in place to determine each rating and tendency. Basketball-Reference.com, NBA.com, YouTube and other sites with historic data and visuals have been used to make the ratings as realistic as possible.”
He included some numbers too. Thirteen players were rated at 95 or above:
- 99 – Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls
- 98 – LeBron James, Miami Heat
- 97 – Young Wilt Chamberlain, Golden State Warriors (played with the Philadelphia and San Francisco Warriors from 1959-65)
- 96 – Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, Magic Johnson all with the Lakers, Larry Bird, Boston Celtics and Young Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Milwaukee Bucks
- 95 – Julius Erving, Philadelphia 76ers, Hakeem Olajuwon, Rockets, Oscar Robertson, Sacramento Kings (Cincinnati Royals), Young LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers, Bill Russell, Celtics
He concluded his blog by giving his PlayStation ID as: franchiseplay99 and the roster files which were:
- AllTime Teams No Dups
Stay tuned for more updates on the NBA 2K16 edition.