The NBA trade deadline has come and pasted with a lot of minor moves taking place. A roster update for NBA 2K12 was released today to move players to the right teams. For some reason Gerald Green is still missing from the Nets roster and Anthony Carter is not on the Pacers roster but everything else looks good. You can see a list of the major moves below:
Bucks Roster Includes: G Monta Ellis, F-C Ekpe Udoh, C Kwame Brown
Warriors Roster Includes: C Andrew Bogut, SF Richard Jefferson
Wizards Roster Includes: C Nene, F Brian Cook
Nuggets Roster Includes: C JaVale McGee, F-C Ronny Turiaf
Clippers Roster Includes: G-F Nick Young
Sixers Roster Includes: G/F Sam Young
Pacers Roster Includes: G Leandro Barbosa
Lakers Roster Includes: PG Ramon Sessions, SF Christian Eyenga, PF Jordan Hill
Cavaliers Roster Includes: SF Luke Walton
Nets Roster Includes: F Gerald Wallace
Trail Blazers Roster Includes: C Mehmet Okur, F Shawne Williams, C Hasheem Thabeet, G Jonny Flynn
Spurs Roster Includes: G-F Stephen Jackson
Rockets Roster Includes: C Marcus Camby, PG Derek Fisher
A new roster update for NBA 2K12 arrived earlier today. While there were some significant changes in the update, there are still a few players that were left out. Gerald Green is still nowhere to be found. Heat fans will love this update while fans of every other team will hate it. LeBron James has achieved the coveted 99 overall rating which makes the Miami Heat even more of a nightmare to play. Below are a few other notable changes.
Gerald Wallace decreased 83 to 81
Kenneth Faried increased 70 to 72
Kevin Durant increased 93 to 94
Who do you think deserves an increase or decrease in the next update?
2K Sports has released another roster update for the only sim basketball video game on the market this year, NBA 2K12. This update signals that they are back on the road of consistent roster updates after the long break were they were trying to address the PlayStation 3 loading problem which many users still are having trouble with. Listed below are some of the notable changes in this roster update.
Dwyane Wade went down 96-95
Paul Milsap went up 80-82
Demarcus Cousins went up 71-78
Tyreke Evans went up 76-80
Deron Williams went down 88-87
Over the last few weeks, there has been widespread freezing problem for NBA 2K12 fans who play on the PlayStation 3. After booting up NBA 2K12, many users would see their game freeze up and lock them out. 2K Sports announced a temporary manually fix where users would have to delete some of their files just for the game to start.
A patch to permanently fix the loading problem was released yesterday. NBA 2K12 should now work perfectly for all PlayStation 3 users. If you are still having trouble, leave a comment below and I will relay it on to the community manager for NBA 2K12, Ronnie 2K.
The second NBA 2K12 roster update in the last 3 days has been released today. In the last update, Jeremy Lin was boosted from a 55 to a 69. Many fans did not think that a 69 was a fair rating based on the way he has been playing lately so after this update Jeremy Lin now is a 75 overall.
2K Sports has been all over the place this year in the consistency of their roster updates. Before the update 3 days ago, we had to wait 3 very long weeks before Jeremy Lin’s play forced them to correct his stats. Is 75 overall a fair rating for Lin? Let us know in the comments section.
NBA 2K12 has released it’s latest roster update which we are referring to as the “Jeremy Lin” update. After leading the Knicks to an undefeated record while playing without Caremlo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire, JLin was only given a 69 overall rating. If his dominant play maintains over the next few weeks, there is no question that he will be around an 80 overall in the next update. The roster update is now live on both XBOX 360 and PlayStation 3. Do you think a 69 overall rating for Jeremy Lin is fair? Let us know in the comments section.