Best Historic Players that should be added to NBA 2K24



NBA 2K24 Historic Players: Charles Barkley, Reggie Miller and Chris Webber

NBA 2K24 MyNBA Eras - Wishlist

NBA 2K24 will be released this year with the release date set for September 2023 and that is why many users are already thinking about the new features that NBA 2K24 will bring with it. One of the most recurring topics among fans is which historical players will be present in NBA 2K24, since as we know 2K has put a great effort into retro content with the MyNBA Eras game mode in NBA 2K23. 

This includes retro rosters with historic NBA teams from different decades, which means the introduction of new teams and therefore new players who have been receiving likeness updates to make this experience even more real. It is reasonable to think then that in NBA 2K24, this mode will be even more polished and we will see new players added.

So how MyNBA Eras will be in NBA 2K24? Well, it's still early to know the retro rosters included in NBA 2K24, and we already know that a retired player has to reach an agreement with 2K to be able to add his image to the video game. So this is not something simple. But here you will find a list of players who do not appear in NBA 2K23 and should appear in NBA 2K24.

NBA 2K24 New Legends Wishlist

1. Charles Barkley: Perhaps he is the most notorious absence. The licensing agreement between 2K and Charles Barkley hasn't been successful in recent years but fans are looking forward to an understanding between the two parties soon. 

He is recognized as one of the best power forwards in the NBA history. He played for Philadelphia 76ers (1984-1992), Phoenix Suns (1992-1996) and Houston Rockets (1996-2000) with 11 All-Star appearances in the All-Star Game and named MVP in 1991.

2. Reggie Miller: He was one of the best shooters in NBA history. He was drafted with the 11th pick in the 1987 NBA draft and played 18 seasons for the Indiana Pacers. Reggie Miller scored over 25,000 points in his NBA career. He won the Golden Medal for the United States Olympic team in Atlanta 1996.

3. Chris Webber: He is one of the best centers in NBA history. 5-time NBA All-Star and a former NBA rookie of th Year. He played for Washington Wizards, Sacramento Kings, Philadelphia 76ers and Detroit Pistons.

4. Rasheed Wallace: He played 16 seasons in the NBA. He was drafted by the Washington Bullets aka Washington Wizards later with the 4th pick in the 1995 NBA draft. He is the NBA´s all-time leader in player technical fouls with 317.

5. Tayshaun Prince: He was drafted with the 23th pick in the 2022 NBA draft by the Detroit Pistons. He played for Detroit Pistons, Memphis Grizzlies, Boston Celtics and Minnesota Timberwolves.