New NBA 2K16 classic teams will be gracing basketball fans as they will be able to play the Toronto Raptors ’99-’00 team with T-Mac and Vince Carter along with Yao Ming when he was still in Houston Rockets. .?2K?Sports is definitely bringing-in great selected teams back in their good-old days as they will be introducing a total of 12 classic teams for NBA 2K16. The developers also?released?a new ?Believe? Trailer?for James Harden which tells Harden?s inspiring story on how he made it into the NBA.
Classic NBA Teams
According to Design & Trend, select classic teams ranging from 1999 to 2008 will be dribbling their way to gamer’s consoles.
Here are the six out of the 12 confirmed teams so far as reported by Design & Trend:
- 2007-2008 Houston Rockets
- 1999-2000 Toronto Raptors
- 2007-2008 Boston Celtics
- 2000-2001 Los Angeles Lakers
- 2002-2003 Dallas Mavericks
- 1999-2000 Portland Trail Blazers.
The announcement was initially made by 2K Sports via?Twitter:
— NBA 2K 2K18 (@NBA2K) August 13, 2015
The roster of the selected classic teams were a great choice as it was composed of great players who played their best at the time. According to Australianetworknews, the respective selected season was when T-Mac averaged 15.4 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 3.3 assists while Carter got 25.7 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 3.9 assists.
The ?02-?03 was also obviously picked for the LA Lakers as the Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O?Neal duo? dominated the NBA back-to-back championship win. It was the season when Shaq won the league MVP, All Star Game MVP, First Team All-NBA and Second Team All-Defensive, bleacherreport reported.
Players may also get the chance to play as Stephen Curry?s father, Dell Curry , as he played for the Raptors in that year before retiring in 2002, Australianetworknews reported.
James Harden ?Believe? Trailer
The ?Playing Beyond the Shadows? trailer of Stephen Curry?(Golden State Warriors) was?released last week. Now, we are getting another trailer narrated by Spike Lee with James Harden?s ?Believe Trailer? which shows Harden?s early days as a beardless high school basketball MVP in 2005 ?until his transformation as a leader of Houston Rockets, Space City Scoop reported.