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‘NBA 2K20’ Release Date, Speculations: Should Kawhi Leonard be the Cover Athlete for the Standard Edition?
“NBA 2K20” is set for release this September and players can’t wait for the addition of Zion Williamson and Jamel “Ja” Morant in the game. The former is expected to land with the New Orleans Pelicans, while the latter will likely join the Memphis Grizzlies, Forbes reported.
Being new to “NBA 2K20,” Morant and Williamson’s rookie ratings is still up for debate, although Williamson will highly likely have a monstrous stat line judging by his caliber and athleticism alone. Morant, on the other hand, is touted to closely echo the ratings of Sacramento Kings up De'Aaron Fox.
Whatever the case, both these up-and-coming stars will undoubtedly spur a lot of players to take them out for a spin. As for the cover athlete of “NBA 2K20,” Take-Two has yet to confirm anything as of this writing.
However, recent leaks revealed that Dwyane Wade will supposedly be the face of the upcoming installment. For the Legend Editions, at least. With Wade recently retiring from the league, it’s understandable that “NBA 2K20” might want to have the talented guard be one of the faces of the title.
So if Wade is the face of the Legend Edition, who is being considered for the Standard Edition? Again, Take-Two is maintaining their silence about this matter although seeing how the current Playoff final is unfolding, Kawhi Leonard will likely take this spot. Regardless whether The Claw brings a championship to the city of Toronto or not, Leonard being the Standard Edition cover of “NBA 2K20” still makes sense judging by the feats he’s achieved this year.
The 27-year-old has done a remarkable job of turning the Raptors franchise around even though he’s only been with the team for a short while. Shortly after his addition with the roster, Leonard has quietly become the stoic leader of the team, with his cool and composed attitude being mirrored by his teammates. Regarding the exact release date of “NBA 2K20,” recent leaks suggest that it might drop on September 6.