2K is offering a slice of the past in "NBA 2K17," professional basketball video game after teasing two U.S. Olympic teams, even as the U.S. basketball team recently won its game against Australia at the ongoing Rio Olympics 2016.
The two teams that are being offered to players are the U.S. Dream Team of 1992 and current Men's National Team. 2K has released one odd minute video that focuses on the pre-game national anthem and celebrations of certain players.
The trailer also features a match-up between the 1992 Dream Team and 2016 National Team.
The 1992 Dream Team features the likes of Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Charles Barkley, Christian Laettner, Chris Mullin, John Stockton, Karl Malone, Clyde Drexler, Scottie Pippen, Patrick Ewing and David Robinson. It was noted that this was the first time Charles Barkley and Christian Laettner appeared in "NBA 2K."
The 2016 Men's National team consists of all the players who are currently in the team. It includes the likes of Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Klay Thompson and others.
Apart from the players, coach Mike Krzyzewski will be making an appearance in the in-game tutorials.
In order to access the team, players will have to pre-order "NBA 2K17."
Paul George, another popular athlete is the cover star of "NBA 2K17." The game is expected to be released on Sept. 20 for PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.