NBA 2K17 Cover Athlete: Paul George!
Paul George is now the NBA 2K17 cover athlete for the standard version, different from the Legend Edition with Kobe Bryant. This season, Paul George was a starter for the East All-Stars, one-time Player of the Week (November 30, 2015), one-time Player of the Month (November 2015) and carried the Indiana Pacers back to the NBA Playoffs as the 7th seed in the Eastern Conference. He had his highest scoring output yet, with season averages of 23.1 points per game, 7.0 rebounds per game, 4.1 assists per game, 1.9 steals per game, 0.4 blocks per game and committing 3.3 turnovers per game.
Do you think Paul George deserved it? Many are looking at Kawhi Leonard being a potential NBA cover athlete for the 2016-2017 NBA season but failed to push through in NBA 2K17. Does that mean that Kawhi Leonard will be the cover athlete of NBA Live 17 if EA Sports will continue the Live series?
The NBA Video Game Cover Athlete Icon pack has been re-uploaded to include Paul George's NBA 2K14 Icon & NBA 2K17 Icon. For those that would like to know how to use these icons, there are complete steps in the Instructions page.NLSC Mirror MediaFire Mirror
NBA 2K16 Soundtrack by xzardox
xzardox was able to bring the NBA 2K16 Soundtrack and implement it into the jukebox for NBA 2K14. The Jukebox file is accompanied with the Album Cover and English file, so we had to update our text to match the soundtrack listings of the jukebox. Since our english file is also connected to the updated headlines & PlayStation buttons, we included the Jukebox in the Multi-Purpose Pack to feature the PlayStation Buttons, Updated Headlines & Referee Attire, and the NBA 2K16 Jukebox. You can download the Multi-Purpose Pack here:NLSC Mirror MediaFire Mirror
For those that still want to use the default NBA 2K14 soundtrack, a version of the multi-purpose pack is still available for download:PlayStation Buttons, Updated Headlines & Referee Attire (NBA 2K14 Soundtrack)