But that is not why we're here right now. This time Zion is sweating for another reason. The former Duke celebrity, who coached K broke the rules to NBA 2K21 MT Coins get, is apparently the surface of the next round of the NBA 2K video game franchise. The 2021 variant of this game will hit on the new Playstation 5 gaming console this fall, and also the NBA2K21 on PS5 images are wild. Place your Duke hatred aside for a moment and enjoy this technology: It's uncertain if Zion's 2K character will also have an expensive house because of his 2K parents provided by 2K Duke, but something is quite clear and that's the fact Duke can't quit copying off Kentucky. I'll remind you who was the cover boy last season's version of the match: The New Orleans Pelicans had three players at the top-100 from the brand new NBA2K21, but Lonzo Ball was none of them. Lonzo got the lowest score of his profession, just a 77, which is insane when you consider some of the other names on the record. The previous two make no sense as Lonzo Ball is clearly a much better all-around participant than Redick or particularly Favors. It makes me wonder whether the game manufacturers even watched Favors play, as it seems an egregious error to put him anywhere near Lonzo Ball. Nevertheless, it wasn't just his own team that got more love than Lonzo Ball, as there were several guys on the top-100 record who simply aren't too good, or are least not that far better than Lonzo. Eric Paschall (79) and Christian Wood (80)? Is this a joke? Is there one team from the league who would take both of these guys (or both) rather than Lonzo? Nope. Alec Burks and Elfrid Payton are decent players but neither brings the comprehensive package that Lonzo Ball does. Markelle Fultz had a nice bounce back year, but he averages fewer rebounds, assists and Cheap NBA 2K21 MT steals than Lonzo and can not shoot. Just how are they rated the same, particularly when Lonzo Ball is a much better defender? It seems like the manufacturers of NBA2K21 are Lonzo haters or simply don't watch enough basketball.