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2K Games recently revealed the players who will be the cover models of MT 2K22 their upcoming NBA 2K22 video game. Five legendary basketball players will be featured on the covers of three editions. Luka Doncic, Candace Parker and Kevin Durant, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Dirk Nowitzki have the honour of being the cover players of the tournament, to be released this September.

KD after the best season of his career, is known to be a fervent 2K player as well as a tyrant to defend on the court. Durantula frequently spoke about the sport and the significance of being on the cover meant to the player. After 2K Games announced the cover athletes, Kevin gave an interview discussing the game. The 2014 MVP was given to answer a number of questions. 

One of them was "If you were to form a team in this game and you had to choose a team, which NBA players would you choose?" KD then selected some of the best. The two-time champion replied: "I always get in trouble when I'm asked these kinds of questions as I'm likely to forget someone. Durant said that there are so many great players. "But from the top, if I had to go five, I would choose Kyrie [Irving], James [Harden], myself, LeBron [James], and Anthony Davis."

NBA Twitter went on fire following Kevin Durant's NBA 2K preferred lineup selection.The US basketball league NBA is now 75 years old. To celebrate, a special edition of the sports simulation "NBA 2K" will be released in 2021. On the cover , you'll observe the German exceptional player Dirk Nowitzki between the legends Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Kevin Durant.

Although he quit basketball in the year 2019, his name is well-known in Germany as well as the USA. He was Dirk Nowitzki who, among other things, took part in an all-star game for Buy NBA 2K22 MT Coins 14 times. The legend has resurfaced. 

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