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NBA 2K League Mid-Season ‘The Turn’ $150,000 Tournament Final Placements

Published: 10/Jun/2018 19:19 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:04

by Scott Mahoney


The NBA 2K League’s first season partnered with the NBA featured a mid-season tournament on June 8th and 9th with some unexpected results.

For those who are unfamiliar the league features 17 basketball teams that compete in five v five games using their unique MyPlayer from the 2K title.


2K is the currently the best-selling sports title in the United States, the second best worldwide, and is becoming a popular esport as well.

Four weeks of the 17-week league have come and gone leading the way to the first of two mid-season tournaments. 


Current standings would have suggested that the four favorites to win the event were Blazer5 Gaming, 76ers GC, Mavs Gaming, or Pistons GT. 

Despite being one of the favorites, Pistons GT saw a first-round exit, and Mavs Gaming would follow being eliminated in the second round. 

The defending champion 76ers would fall short to a Celtics Crossover Gaming team with a 3-2 season record during an incredible Celtics run that saw the club lose in finals.


The undefeated Blazer5 Gaming roster would continue to prove why they are the number one team by capturing the championship and $75K.

‘The Turn’ June 9th Tournament Placements

Team Place Prize (USD)
Blazer5 Gaming 1st $75,600
Celtics Crossover 2nd $24,800
76ers GC 3rd-4th $12,800
Knicks Gaming 3rd-4th $12,800
Mavs Gaming 5th-8th $6,000
Warriors Gaming 5th-8th $6,000
Magic Gaming 5th-8th $6,000
Wizards District 5th-8th $6,000

For more information on the league, schedule, and standings head over to their official site


NBA 2K21 slam dunks its way onto the PS5 in Fall 2020

Published: 11/Jun/2020 22:46

by James Busby


Sony has revealed the next installment of its hit basketball series, NBA 2k21, will be launching in Fall 2020.

The pre-alpha footage was incredibly brief but basketball fans got to see how the new character models and lighting would look in NBA 2K21.


Last year’s installment was plagued by various bugs and gameplay issues, but this new title looks like the upgrade fans have been asking for.

The trailer showcases New Orleans Pelicans, Zion Williamson warming up and shooting some hoops. His player model looks incredibly realistic and individual beads of sweat can even be seen dripping from his brow as he dribbles his way around the court.


Rays of sunlight also seem to be casting soft shadows across the stadium, suggesting that dynamic lighting may also be present in this new title.

While we may not have much to go on yet, it’s certainly clear that 2K21 has never looked this good. Fortunately, fans won’t have to wait all that long for the game’s release as 2K21 will be releasing Fall 2020.

We definitely can’t wait to start making those all-important slam dunks, and we’ll be updating you when we hear more news, so make sure you stay tuned for all the latest info.