One of the biggest things that affects a yearly sports franchise is what happens in the off-season for their real life counterparts. For this reason, we thought it would be an interesting take to see how the biggest moves in the NBA's off-season have changed the ratings of each team from NBA 2K12 to NBA 2K13.
The Atlanta Hawks had an aggressive offseason as they made many trades. Probably most notably gaining Devin Harris, Kyle Korver, and DeShawn Stevenson while at the same time losing Joe Johnson and Marvin Williams.
Overall, the Hawks are the 18th best team in 2013 which up one position from 2012.
Last year, the Celtics faced a disappointing loss to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Championship series. After the game, there was a l…
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Yesterday, as most of us die-hard fanatics know, NBA 2K13 was released. A few critics have weighed in with their thoughst about the game. Here are a few snippets from publications on both the Internet and print. Make sure to voice your opinions on the matter below
It’s both scary and exciting to think how good a game we might get if NBA 2K actually had a serious competitor pushing it to new heights. But even when left with a clear, unobstructed path to the basket, 2K13 throws down a monster jam with this year’s edition – probably the last one developed solely for this generation of consoles
Niggling complaints aside, NBA 2K13 puts in another solid performance with its unrivaled broadcast-style presentat…
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In order to hopefully jump start this Wiki and get more people interested in it, the Wikia Content Team has decided to freshen up the main page and the skin. We have also been working hard to create content. However, as this is a yearly series with tons of information per game, we still have tons to add and many of our pages are currently in need of someone to look after them.
For this reason, we are looking for an admin who is a die-hard NBA 2K Fanatic. IF this is you, please contact me on my user page telling me why you would be the perfect admin.
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