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High-rated cards for celebrity NBA 2K players like Michael Jordan and Giannis Antetokounmpo are now available for a limited time in NBA 2K20 packs. The new NBA 2K20 Flash Super Packs will feature more for gamers and these cards to acquire NBA 2K Coins at random. Here are additional details on some of the cards and what they are worth.The NBA 2K20 Flash Super Packs will offer specific NBA 2K players for only 48 hours in MyTeam.

Leading the way is that the star of ESPN's Michael Jordan, The Last Dance. There's also a glitched card for Giannis Antetokounmpo among others. A reveal video went live on Wednesday showing the advertising off. It is available for only 48 hours, so it should be finished by Friday, May 1.

There's a catch with purchasing boxes or packs to try to receive the aforementioned cards. It's 11,250 VC to get a Flash Super Pack II pack of five things. Only a day ago, we saw new NBA 2K20 MyTeam cards. That included an expensive Nate Thurmond Galaxy Opal card.

His card is actually cheap compared to some of the ones currently available in NBA 2K20 Flash Super packs. The most recent auction listings for Michael Jordan's Galaxy Opal have that card going for over 330,000 MT. For the Shaq GO, it's nearing one million MT on the listings. Yao's card is currently about for over 300,000 MT as of this report. Lonzo Ball is affordable for fans at about 145,000 MT. Meanwhile, which Glitched Giannis heading for under 60,000 MT for those who want a solid card for their MyTeam.In the absence of live sports, ESPN and other sports-focused networks are looking to fill out the programming emptiness by experimenting with a variety of different content formats. 1 area they are doubling down on is nostalgia -- opening up the vaults and rebroadcasting teams' greatest moments. By way of instance, die-hard Syracuse fans (raises hand) were able to reestablish the epic 2003 NCAA Championship run with Carmelo Anthony when CBS Sports reaired NBA 2K before in April.

ESPN published Michael Jordan, a documentary focusing on the last 1997 -- ’98 Chicago Bulls season, and most significant, The Last Dance. The miniseries features footage by a team that had an all-access pass to Buy 2K MT into the Bulls during the final period of their dynasty, treating sports-starved fans to a immersive'90s NBA adventure, complete with all the suspicious neckties.