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NBA 2K17: Dream Team will Come As A Special Bonus After Pre-order

On July 31, NBA 2K17's official Twitter account unveiled the three new designs for the game's MyTEAM mode, featuring renowned basketball players Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, and Paul George.

Both Bryant and Jordan have overall stats of 99, while George at 90. The former will be featured on the Legend Edition of the game while the latter will show up on the standard edition cover of "NBA 2K17."

2K Sports revealed the "NBA 2K17's" pre-order bonuses and the three new card designs for MyTEAM mode in the upcoming basketball simulation video game.

Finally, "NBA 2K17" will be available in a couple of weeks. Hence, 2K Sports has already publicized some of the pre-order bonuses for the game and has also offered fans subtle elements as to what to expect from its "Kobe Bryant Gold Edition."

Nonetheless, it is worth noting that all of these three new agent cards comes as free once fans pre-order the said "Kobe Bryant Gold Edition." What's more, some of the game's pre-order bonuses will further include in-game currency, an in-game gear of the basket player-inspired shoes and jersey, as well as a real poster featuring Bryant, Christian Today reported.

2K Sports also announced that the 1992 Team USA, "Dream Team," will come as a special bonus when fans pre-order the "NBA 2K17" game itself. It is said that once fans pre-order the game, they will get a special code to unlock the said team, which features a portion of the best players from the 90s.

Earlier reports claimed that the full roster of the 2016 USA Basketball Men's National Team will show up in the upcoming basketball simulation video game.

As noted by Movie News Guide, the line-up of the delegates are as follows: Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant, Chicago Bulls' Jimmy Butler, Toronto Raptors' Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRoza, Los Angeles Clippers' DeAndre Jordan, Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving, Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus Cousins, New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony, Indiana Pacers' Paul George and the Golden State Warriors' Klay Thompson, Harrison Barns, and Draymond Green.

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