Reported upgrades to MyGM and My League in NBA 2K17 have been revealed

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NBA 2K17 is set for a highly-anticipated September 20, 2016, release and there are additional updates on how players will enjoy several modes in the game.

As Brian Mazique of Forbes writes, the MyGM and MyLeague modes will feature a lot of reprised components as well as new additions.

“We found out about the rules committee within MyGM and MyLeague during the NBA 2K Community Event. After every season in MyGM and MyLeague, the rules committee will meet to determine if there will be any changes,” Mazique writes.

To pass a particular rule will require a certain percentage of approval from the league’s owners. The executive producer of MyLeague, Erick Boenisch, says that the rule change process cannot be turned off. However, players will have the ability to veto any undesired rule.

Players will also have the ability to expand the league from 30 to 36 teams in both MyGM and MyLeague. Also, NBA 2K17 still allows re-branding and relocating current teams, as well as realign the league.

Players will have the option of uploading logos and design uniforms and arenas. However, the mode will come equipped with 10 cities and logos that will be recognized by the announcers during play.

Here are the 10 teams:

Nashville Stars
Pittsburgh Force
Kansas City Knights
Virginia Storm
Vancouver Ravens
San Diego Surf
Cincinnati Lions
Baltimore Barons
Louisville Liberty
St. Louis Sound

All 10 teams will have secondary uniforms and logos available. Boenisch also confirmed that the game has tinkered with possibly adding a four-point line and shot clock modifications.

Eastern Conference
Paul George
Indiana Pacers
Central Division
Kobe Bryant
LA Lakers
Pacific Division
Western Conference

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