With the NBA 2K League’s fourth season quickly approaching, I put together a new series called ‘NBA 2K League Season Four Guides’. I’ll be going team-by-team, providing key information and offseason news, along with statistics, highlights, and storylines. In addition to this post, I teamed up with Strider Visuals to turn these ‘guides’ into videos, which can be found here and at the bottom of this article.
Season Three Results:
- Regular Season: 7-9 record
- Missed NBA 2K League playoffs
- Round One, Pick Eleven: (PG) Ceez
- Round Two, Pick Thirty-Four: (PF) Fakiee
- Round Three, Pick Forty-Eight: (G/F) MikeSwann
Season Four Roster (season three stats)
- 2019 third overall selection (Kings Guard Gaming; acquired via trade)
- 2019 All-Rookie Team
- 2021 11th overall selection
- 2019 43rd overall selection (Magic Gaming)
- 2019 Grizz Gaming member
- 2020 38th overall selection (Hawks Talon GC)
- 2021 48th overall selection
- 2021 34th overall selection
- 2020 16th overall selection
- 2020 All-Rookie Team
How Do The Pieces Fit?
Hawks Talon GC finished last season with a 7-9 record, stuck on the outside looking in as far as the playoff picture went. The year featured plenty of ups and downs, including a mid-season BP injury and multiple different starting lineups. During the offseason, Atlanta’s front office and coaching staff retooled their roster, adding three new talented prospects to their core of BP, KelMav, and Lee.
In case you didn’t hear, Hawks Talon GC drafted a point guard in the first round. Atlanta spent quite a few assets acquiring season three starter BP, including surrendering the draft pick that yielded Crush, one of the league’s top lockdown defenders. Just one season later, the team used a valuable asset to acquire Ceez, another ball-dominant guard. The 11th overall selection will join BP and KelMav in a crowded but talented backcourt, begging the question: how do the pieces fit exactly?
As for the frontcourt, Hawks Talon GC moved on from Stylez and Follow, selecting Fakiee and MikeSwann to play alongside Lee. Swann is expected to lead the team’s defense as the starting lockdown defender, while Fakiee will be slotted at power forward next to their 2020 All-Rookie selection, Lee.
As always, thank you for reading. All likes, retweets, comments, subscriptions, etc. are greatly appreciated. YouTube video produced by Strider Visuals. All player statistics courtesy of 2KZN, found at 2khq.com.