Week one of the NBA 2K League’s second season is in the books, and the action hasn’t disappointed. Here’s a summary of what happened, and what’s to come:
On April 10th, the WNBA Draft will take place at Nike’s New York Headquarters. The first round will be live on ESPN2 starting at 7 p.m. ET, with the second and third rounds moving to ESPNU at 8 p.m. The draft will also be available to stream on the ESPN app. Each round consists of 12 picks. The league requires draft entrants to be at least 22 years old during the year in which the draft takes place, and that they either have no remaining college eligibility or renounce any future college eligibility.
The NBA 2K League’s second season begins this week. After a successful first season, the league is expecting many new viewers to tune in this year. What should you know for season two?
What is the NBA 2K League?
The NBA 2K League is a professional gaming league formed by Take-Two, the creators of the NBA 2K series, and the NBA. It is the first official eSports league operated by a US sports league. It currently consists of 21 teams, all of which are operated by NBA franchises.
The Big Dance is in full swing, and the field of 68 has shrunk to 16. After what felt like forever, the action resumed tonight. Teams are well-rested and eager to compete for a spot in the elite eight. Will we see more upsets?
The committee has spoken. The field of 68 is official. Millions of people across the world are creating their brackets right now. Numbers are being crunched, guts are being trusted, and everyone is picking their Cinderella. What should you look out for when creating yours?