Charles Barclay recently revealed in an interview why he is not in the NBA 2K series and what he would have to do to include him and others.
NBA 2K The series has always done an incredible job of trying to involve classic teams and classic players in the games. I just signed a sweet deal for Switch at 2k20 and started my own team. I was able to pick up Michael Jordan, Pau Gasol, Andre Kirilenko and even our hometown hero Sean Elliott. It’s great that I am able to play with this collection of classic players. However, you can see that there are some notable halls of players missing from the roster. Recently, Charles Barclay opened up why he has not been included. NBA 2K Franchise.
Barclay said it’s really less about being in his game and wanting to help older players who have never had the opportunity to make the kind of money he and he made in their careers. He wants 2K To pay those retired players one million dollars per year to use their equality. He said that every year the players are paid a “chump change” for their appearances and they get a call every year asking if they have changed their mind. The interview can be seen in the video below.
Barclay has a great point. In today’s NBA, players will be earmarked for life after the end of their careers as the salary cap has skyrocketed. But those players of the 60s and 70s never made that kind of money or were given the opportunity to do so. NBA 2k made more than $ 1 billion in revenue last year so there may be a point in the Hall of Famer.
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