Harrison Giza
Harrison Giza
Harrison is an esports commentator and gonzo video game journalist, focusing on esports and Call of Duty news for ESTNN. Current writer at Punchland and former contributing staff at Midnight Pulp, Bad Hat Harry, Montecito Picture Co. For inquiries or interviews: harrisonanthonygiza@gmail.com.

NBA 2K Conference Final Match Up Set to Start Tomorrow

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The NBA 2K Conference Final is upon us.


The 2020 Quarantine has changed the game, both on and off the court. Despite this, the NBA 2K20 League has persisted through these past two months, giving esports and NBA fans something to watch for the time being.

Powering Forward

Considering that the NBA Playoffs would be happening right now (thanks a lot COVID 19) people need entertainment more than ever. So with another week of simulated gaming, the final matchup of this week will be between the virtual Los Angeles Lakers and the Milwaukee Bucks.

Last week’s Western Conference Finals was a game for the simulated record books. The Lakers, led by virtual LeBron James and Anthony Davis, took down the winning attempts of Kawhi Leonard without fail. Currently, simulated LeBron is dominating the court, with a 31.6 PPG average. As for the Eastern Conference, it was all Milwaukee. The Bucks were incendiary offensively, with 2K Giannis Antetokounmpo racking up 27.3 points per game.

Let’s Get It On

What’s funny about this Finals Matchup is that a lot of esports and industry analysts predicted it earlier in the year. Even for the actual NBA, an overwhelming majority of sports journalists predicted this match up.

However, professional basketball will not be happening for quite some time (despite rumors of the NBA starting up again at the end of the month). So this virtual version of the already-anticipated match up is the closest thing to the NBA Finals you’ll be able to watch for awhile

NBA 2K is a series of high-resolution basketball sports simulation video games developed and released annually since 1999. Diehard fans of the game are notorious for taking it too seriously, so let’s all hope that the NBA 2K League continues to grow in interest.

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