NBA 2K22: The Last 10 Cover Athletes and Their Progression in the League

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Since its inception, the unveiling of the NBA 2K cover athletes has been a major event, giving gamers something to look forward to as the season progresses

Since its inception, the unveiling of the NBA 2K cover athletes has been a major event, giving gamers something to look forward to as the season progresses. However, we have included the last ten different cover seasons on this list, as well as the current and previous cover athletes, as well as what they are up to now in their careers.

luka Doncic (NBA 2K22) luka Doncic

Luka Doncic would be the cover athlete for the upcoming NBA 2K22 video game. He is originally from Slovenia, and in his brief time with the Dallas Mavericks, he has demonstrated to the rest of the world what he can bring to the game of basketball.

This relatively new face to the NBA has only recently completed his third season in the league, but he already has a long list of career highlights to his credit. Luka Doncic made his debut in the NBA with the Dallas Mavericks at the age of 19, and he finished the season with a slew of NBA records, widespread praise from the media and fans, and the highly coveted NBA Rookie of the Year Award. Following that, Doncic was selected to two consecutive NBA All-Star games and the Mavericks made back-to-back appearances in the postseason with them over the next two seasons.

The Mavericks are hoping to pair him with another superstar in the hopes of bringing another championship to Dallas in the near future.

Basketball 2K21: Damian Lillard and Zion Williamson

Damian Lillard, the superstar point guard of the Portland Trailblazers, has been named the cover athlete for the upcoming NBA 2K21 video game for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms. Lillard has had an illustrious professional basketball NBA 2K22 MT Kopen career; he was selected sixth overall in the 2012 NBA draft, was unanimously named Rookie of the Year, and has been selected to five NBA All-Star games during his tenure. We can debate eras and other such nonsense, but Lillard is a deserving NBA 2K cover Hall of Famer and almost certainly a future Los Angeles Lakers player — in some capacity.

Zion Williamson of the New Orleans Pelicans was chosen to appear on the cover of the next-generation version of the game, which marketed itself as offering a superior experience by citing improvements in performance and graphical fidelity as proof of its superiority. Despite the fact that he has only been in the league for a short period of time, the 2019 No. 1 Overall Pick has already made his mark on the league and demonstrated his dominance at the highest level. So far in his rookie season, Williamson has averaged 23.6 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 2.2 assists per game while playing in 19 games. Williamson is poised to become one of the most prominent players in the NBA.

Anthony Davis (NBA 2K20) is the third player.

Anthony Davis is a superstar center for the Los Angeles Lakers, but he first became well-known as a member of the New Orleans Pelicans during his eight-year tenure there. His cover was released in 2019 in conjunction with the release of NBA 2K20 on all major gaming platforms around the world. Anthony Davis is a six-time NBA All-Star, three-time All-NBA First Team selection, three-time NBA All-Defensive Team selection, 2012 Olympic gold medalist, and the winner of the NBA Championship in the season 2019-20.

The fourth player is Giannis Antetokounmpo (NBA 2K19).

NBA 2k19 broke a number of franchise records, one of which was the selection of Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Milwaukee Bucks franchise player, as the game's cover athlete, marking the first time an international player had graced the cover of the franchise. It was also the first time the brand decided to use words and phrases as a background for a superstar (as seen on the Anniversary Edition cover featuring LeBron James the following year).

It turned out to be yet another wise decision by the brand, as The Greek Freak went on to dominate the 2018-2019 regular season, finishing 12th in blocks, 7th in points, and 6th in rebounds, earning the title of league MVP in that season's competition.

Coming off of arguably the greatest Finals performance in history, he is only 26 years old and has no intention of slowing down any time in the future. Don't be surprised if Antetokounmpo appears on the cover of another magazine before the end of his career, which is expected to occur within the next decade.

The fifth player is Kyrie Irving (NBA 2K18).

The folks over at 2K chose Kyrie Irving to grace the cover of NBA 2K18 back in 2017. As a basketball player, he is unquestionably one of the most talented players in the league, and it is difficult to overstate his abilities on the court. It's difficult to find a flaw in his game, aside from his lengthy injury history, in everything from NBA 2K22 MT Munten Kopen his ball-handling to his scoring ability. His season was highlighted by an incredible shot that helped the Cleveland Cavaliers win the NBA Championship. He averaged 25 points per game after that.

Paul George (NBA 2K17) is ranked sixth.

Paul George developed into a superstar in the NBA during his time with the Indiana Pacers, and his efforts were recognized with the cover of NBA 2K17, released in 2016. He is a contentious player in the NBA, and he fits in well with the Clippers' roster, which includes a number of divisive figures. George provides an important scoring presence for the team, but he has had a down year overall as a result of injuries that have kept him out of the lineup. This downward trend has been a disappointment for fans following George's outstanding season in Oklahoma City, but he is the type of player who can heat up at any time, and he has the potential to be a significant factor in the NBA Playoffs.

7. Steph Curry, James Harden, and Anthony Davis in NBA 2K16

Since NBA 2K13, the franchise has decided to offer players three different cover options for NBA 2K16, marking the first time in the series' history. The three players selected were superstar point guard Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors, scoring guard James Harden of the Houston Rockets, and stud big man Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans.

Curry has already cemented his place in the annals of sports history. He began by surpassing his previous career high in points, and he went on to have a historic streak of games in which he made more than ten three-point attempts in each game. His 99-point three-point shooting percentage, as well as his numerous Gold and Hall of Fame awards, ensure that almost all of his attempts are successful.


Harden has had the most consistent career of any of the MVP winners who have graced the cover of NBA 2K so far, excluding his performance in the playoffs. If Harden can add an NBA Championship to his resume in the coming years, he has the potential to make a significant difference in his legacy.

Mr. 'The Brow,' Anthony Davis, the other half of the Los Angeles power couple, is a member of the NBA's Golden State Warriors. When the 6'10 center made the move from New Orleans to Los Angeles ahead of the 2020 season, the entire NBA community was watching him, and it's safe to say he's lived up to the expectations. As the Los Angeles Lakers continue their quest for their first NBA championship since 2010, Davis has averaged 26.1 points, 9.3 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game for the team.

All three stars are now on their way to becoming Hall of Famers, with Curry and Harden already having established themselves in the annals of NBA history and Davis looking to build on his already impressive resume.

Kevin Durant (NBA 2K15) is ranked eighth.

The cover of the NBA 2K15 video game features Kevin Durant. Durant first appeared on the cover of NBA 2K13 as an optional cover athlete, but he became 2K22 MT PS5 the sole cover athlete for NBA 2K15 in 2014. This came after a season in which he averaged an incredible 32 points per game on a regular basis.

With two NBA championships and two Finals MVP awards under his belt. At the moment, Durant is a member of the Brooklyn Nets, and his goal this season is to lead a super team, which includes guards James Harden and Kyrie Irving, to an NBA championship in the coming seasons.

LeBron James (NBA 2K14) is ranked ninth.

Despite having a long and consistent career in the NBA, LeBron James has only appeared on the cover of NBA 2K once in his career. This occurred in 2013, when James was still a member of the Miami Heat, in conjunction with the release of NBA 2K14.

That season came on the heels of his career-best 40% 3-point shooting performance in 2012-13, which culminated in his second consecutive NBA championship. Despite the fact that he did not win the 2020 MVP award, James did manage to win a championship. During the playoffs, the four-time MVP averaged 27.6 points, 10.8 rebounds, and 8.8 assists per game while playing in the NBA.

With the Los Angeles Lakers, James is currently attempting to win his second championship with the team in the city of angels.

Basketball 2K13's Derrick Rose, Kevin Durant, and Blake Griffin are ranked 10th.

Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls, Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder, and Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers were all featured on the cover of NBA 2K13, which was the first time three different NBA legends were featured on the same cover.

Currently, Derrick Rose is considered to be an experienced and talented veteran who is being courted by the majority of championship contenders. When he first arrived in the NBA in 2008, Rose made an immediate impact, winning NBA 2K22 Coins PC the NBA's Most Valuable Player award in 2011. However, knee injuries ended his dream of becoming a Hall of Famer and turned his career into a battle of pride. In the NBA, he's been able to demonstrate his worth and regain respect once again.

Kevin Durant has made his long-awaited return to the NBA after overcoming an unfortunate Achilles injury that forced him to miss the entirety of last year. Along with point guard Kyrie Irving, Durant hopes to contend for a championship with the Brooklyn Nets as a member of the team.

Seit he was traded from the Los Angeles Clippers to the Detroit Pistons, Griffin has worked tirelessly to improve his game and maintain a high level of performance in the process. His 3-point shooting ability has improved significantly for a power forward, and he has also developed into one of the better passers at his position in recent years.

While Derrick Rose is coming off of a successful stint with the New York Knicks, Kevin Durant is attempting to lead an all-star-caliber Brooklyn Nets super team to an NBA championship, and Blake Griffin is serving as Durant's right-hand man while playing for the Brooklyn Nets.