Is Zion Williamson perspiration his suit or perspiration in on PS5?
Zion Williamson's name is all over the news because his former marketing agent, Gina Ford, attempts to carry him to court, and in the process, has aired out some of Zion's dirty laundry out of his time at Duke. But that is not why we are here now. This time Zion is perspiration for one more reason. The former Duke celebrity, who coached K broke the rules for, is apparently the surface of the next round of the NBA 2K video game franchise. The 2021 variant of the game will hit the brand new Playstation 5 gaming console this autumn, and also the NBA2K21 on PS5 images are crazy.
Put your Duke hatred aside for some time and enjoy this technology: It is uncertain if Zion's 2K character will also have an expensive home because of his 2K parents supplied by 2K Duke, but one thing is very clear and that is the fact Duke can not stop replicating off Kentucky. I will remind you who was the cover boy last season's version of the match: The New Orleans Pelicans had three players in the top-100 from the brand new NBA2K21, but Lonzo Ball was not one of them. Lonzo got the lowest score of his profession, only a 77, that is insane when you consider a few of the additional titles on the list.
The last two make no sense since Lonzo Ball is obviously a much better all-around player than either Redick or especially Favors. It makes me wonder whether the game makers even saw Favors play, as it seems an egregious error to put him anywhere near Lonzo Ball. Nevertheless, it was not just his own team that acquired more love than Lonzo Ball, as there were several men on the top-100 record who simply aren't as great, or are not that far better than Lonzo. Is that a joke? Is there one team from the league who'd take both of those guys (or both) instead of Lonzo? Nope. Markelle Fultz had a great bounce back, but he averages fewer rebounds, assists and steals than Lonzo and can't shoot. How are they rated exactly the same, especially when Lonzo Ball is a far better defender? It looks like the makers of are either Lonzo haters or simply don't watch enough basketball.