Because 2K was in the "if something isn't broken don't fix it" mode the game made minor tweaks. They added some exciting aspects such as Kevin Garnett and Kobe Bryant as commentators NBA 2K MT, and classic teams. But the most interesting thing was the inclusion of All-Time Teams, putting together squads of every franchise's greatest players.

Three games are with 89 points each. The first game is NBA 2K3, which dates from the beginning of the series. The series had a fantastic start and kept certain gameplay elements that had earned them positive reviews in the past. They also kept Allen Iverson as the cover athlete.

While the majority of the content remained the similar, there were a few key modifications. Things like Franchise mode were updated to be more detailed than ever , however the most significant transformation was made to the presentation. NBA 2K3 marked the start of a collaboration with ESPN that made the game feel more authentic than ever before.

The only game of the entire franchise that didn't have 2K in its name was ESPN NBA Basketball, which would've basically been NBA 2K4. The game was all-in on ESPN and Iverson was the final cover Cheap NBA 2K22 MT. The final game prior to the time that 2K Sports was formed. ESPN NBA Basketball had unique facial designs for each player.