NBA 2K20 – NBA Simulation Results Reveled

The NBA season may be on hold but NBA 2K20 has a solution for that. Thanks to the realistic basketball-themed gameplay, the NBA championship was simulated in the game. There will be daily simulations. Here are the results so far.

The Washington Wizards won against Oklahoma City Thunder. These are the top-performing players from the Wizards. Bradley Beal scored 27 points. Davis Bertans scored 21 points and got five rebounds. Isaac Bonga managed 14 points and five rebounds. Rui Hachimura helped his team with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Four players from the Oklahoma City Thunder got the best performances. Danilo Gallinari did 23 points and eight rebounds. Chris Paul scored 20 points; he got six assists and three steals. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander managed 18 points, five rebounds, and six assists. Steven Adams did 14 points, 17 rebounds, and five assists. The Boston Celtics won the game against the Toronto Raptors.

The Indiana Pacers won against Miami Heat. Oklahoma City Thunder won against the Denver Nuggets. Here are the players that have had the best simulated performance. Devin Booker from the Phoenix Suns scored 40 points and had eight assists. Stephen Curry from the Golden State Warriors scored 28 points and managed 13 assists. Nikola Jokic from the Denver Nuggets scored 30 points; he also got seven rebounds and five assists. Kawhi Leonard from the Los Angeles Clippers scored 30 points; he got seven rebounds and seven assists.

Victor Oladipo from the Indiana Pacers brought in 32 points for his team; he also did five rebounds, two assists, and two steals. Dennis Schroder from Oklahoma City Thunder scored 27 points; he did seven rebounds and six assists. Jayson Tatum from the Boston Celtics scored 24 points; he did 10 rebounds and three assists.

Some happenings and results were pretty funny or weird. For example, Kyle Lowry from the Toronto Raptors got only 16 minutes of playtime. For some reason, AI coach Nick Nurse considered it is best to replace him. Montrezl Harrell from the Los Angeles Clippers managed 12 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists. Jaylen Brown from the Boston Celtics did seven steals.

Players can take part in Spotlight Sim Challenges. This is a new activity that is based on the NBA season. It’s also a great way to pass the time while you limit social exposure as much as possible. With 150 new challenges and 33 new card rewards, you are guaranteed to keep your free time occupied in a pleasant way. And if you need NBA 2K20 MT coins, keep in mind that MTStacks is here to help.

 

(Contributed by Reda; Edited by Hermes_Fang)

NBA 2K20 – Find Out Your NBA 2K20 Rating With the New Instagram Filter

Are you following NBA 2K20 on Instagram? There’s a new filter that rates you. If you ever wanted to find out what is your OVR, now’s the chance to do so. Keep in mind though that this is just for fun. Here’s is how to use it. This is a filter for the camera so you need a device that has one. If you try to follow the Twitter link and open it in a web browser it will tell you that you need a mobile device.

You will need to have the Instagram app. Open the app and tap the Search symbol on the bottom menu bar. It should be the second one after the home symbol. In the search field start typing NBA 2K20. Make sure to select the official account. It’s the one that has the small blue mark next to the name. You don’t actually need to follow the game’s profile to use the filter. You will find the URL to the filter in the profile description. Follow it and you will be prompted to download the app or open the app. This is a bit confusing since we are already accessing the URL within the app.

Choose the Open in Instagram option. The camera will open and you will notice a new filter called NBA 2K20. Select it and switch to the front camera. The filter works when it detects a face. The filter puts “What’s Your 2K Rating?” above your head. Tap once again and it will “calculate” your rating. The rating is randomly generated. You can share the picture on Instagram and with your friends. You can also delete it and take a new one. If you want a 99 rating just try it a few times.

Several NBA players and others have tried the filter as well. You can see their rating and reactions in the stories. Ronnie 2K was disappointed with his 70 rating. 2KTV host Alexis Morgan was afraid she was going to get a 60 but ended up with 90 in the end. YouTuber CashNasty got 99 and he was pretty happy about it. Another YouTuber iPodKingCarter got 85 and he wasn’t impressed at all. Coach Chris Matthews, also known as LethalShooter, who works with many NBA athletes got 89 rating. He was hoping for a 90 so he was content with the result. Cam Reddish from Atlanta Hawk got 80 and he was surprised about it. Probably because his rating is actually 73.

What do you think about the filter? Have you tried it yet? If you need more MTs for the game, visit MTStacks and you’ll find them with great price!

 

(Contributed by Reda)