For many NBA fans, the most anticipated things for them is NBA 2016-17 season, what’s more, anyone wants to see who can win this year’s Larry O’Brien trophy, needless to say, you’re certainly not the only one.
From a press release, and we can learn that NBA 2K has done an NBA 2K17 simulation. In order to make a prediction which team will win it all this year, and finially, who’s will be league MVP.
Tip-off for the 2016-17 NBA season is just a few short hours away and 2K is so excited for this season that we’ve run a
simulation of the entire season through NBA 2K17’s unparalleled engine to see how we think things will shake out.
Regular Season MVP
LeBron James was awarded MVP, proving his game like aged fine wine. Yep, you read that right! 2K17‘s simulation puts the
Cleveland Cavaliers back in the throne! Speaking of, it also crowns Lebron James as this season’s MVP. Of course, take this
with a grain of salt, as simulating it again will most likely mean different results.
Reigning Champions Prove Themselves
The Cavs reminded everyone why they won the ring with chemistry looking better than ever. LeBron James led by example and helped elevate his entire team to new heights. NBA 2K17 predicts the Cavs coming out on top in 7 games, once again, claiming their 2nd straight title.
Lakers’ Young Talent
The Lakers youth began to shock many skeptics with the improved play of Russell, Clarkson and rookie sensation Brandon
Ingram, who took home the rookie of the year award this season. While they missed the post-season, their future has been
solidified with their young talent.
A True NBA Rivalry
It was a rematch of the last two years, a true NBA rivalry once again shining on the NBA’s biggest stage: Cleveland vs.
Golden State, each team having won a ring against the other in the last two seasons.
Awards All Around
Brandon Knight had a great season, earning himself Sixth Man Of The Year Award while Deandre Jordan stepped it up defensively for the Clippers and took home the KIA Defensive Player of the Year award. Dennis Schroder earned himself the Kia Most Improved Player award with a great season in Atlanta.