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NBA 2K21 has a ton of classic squads and an all-time team for every franchise. Still, there are some important teams from the past that are missing.

One user (Peregrino) on the PS5 has converted one of his roster projects from the last generation of consoles and uploaded it onto 2K Share. Here is a list of the teams he has included in his roster.

There are 60 teams in all:

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Cheap Andrew Lang Jersey spent 12 seasons in the NBA as a rock in the middle. A solid,
consistent low-post force on the defensive end, the former Arkansas product
played for six teams during his tenure, including parts of three seasons here in
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basketball, serving as the Hawks’ team chaplain for the past two seasons. recently caught up with the big man to discuss his role with the
team and how he spends his time away from the court now that he is retired. You are the team chaplain for the Hawks. What are your basic
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Andrew Lang: In the chaplaincy, before every home game, there is a chapel
service. And in that service, players are invited to come in and hear a short
message. There is a time for prayer, and if there are any prayer requests or if
there is anything players want to speak about or pray about that’s the time that
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As much as Marty Blake’s legacy will be the profound, pioneering impact he had on NBA scouting, Blake also will be remembered fondly as one of the league’s great characters – starting during his tenure as general manager of the St. Louis Hawks during their eventful 13 years here before moving to Atlanta.
When Ben Kerner moved the franchise from Milwaukee to St. Louis in 1955, former Hawk Cheap Al Ferrari Jersey recalled Monday, “They didn’t have a nickel. I mean, zero. They were really down and out.”

A vital part of the team’s stock in trade became promotions, including along the way postgame entertainment at Kiel Auditorium with the likes of Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong.

But the team’s economic challenges led to some catches here and there.

For instance, if a ticket indicated a fan had won an expensive watch, Ferrari recalled, laughing, “Marty would track them down to use it for the next promotion, because they didn’t want to buy another watch.”

Such wheeling and dealing also extended to the product on the court, and two years after arriving here the Hawks reached the NBA finals.

A year after that, with Cheap Bob Pettit Jersey scoring 50 points in the decisive 110-109 victory over Boston in Game 6, the Hawks were NBA champions.

It was all in no small part because of the efforts of Blake, who died of undisclosed causes Sunday at age 86 in Alpharetta, Ga..

Blake literally ran that team out of “the pocket inside his sportcoat,” as former Post-Dispatch writer Dave Dorr once put it.

Evidence of that quirk never was more tangible than in an episode in 1957.

After the Hawks beat the Minneapolis Lakers at the Washington University Field House to earn a berth in the finals, team members hoisted Blake up, carried him toward an adjacent swimming pool and tossed him in.

“There were no credit cards in those days, and money (from the gate receipts) was floating all over the pool,” said Greg Marecek, founder and president of the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame and author of “Full Court: The Untold Stories of the St. Louis Hawks.”

Never mind that Blake purportedly couldn’t swim. When Kerner saw what was happening, Marecek said, laughing, he was said to have yelled, “Forget Marty – get the money out of the pool!”

Or as Jack Levitt, Blake’s colleague and longtime friend, recalled: “We had to go in and get him, and (Kerner) made us dive to get the money out of the pool.”

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Perhaps influenced by his early work under promotional genius Bill Veeck when they were in the Cleveland Indians’ system, Blake’s persona and tendency to spin yarns was such that it could be hard to separate color from fact in stories about and from him.

For instance, in a 2008 interview with the Post-Dispatch about former Hawk Cleo Hill, Blake took issue with insinuations that Hill’s career here was sabotaged by racism.

“I think somebody’s trying to rake the coals over a fire that’s not burning,” he said.

Then he casually said that his own acting career had never materialized after he played a dead body in the 1945 war movie, “They Were Expendable” and added, “We all have disappointments.”

Levitt, who characterized his own work with the Hawks as being a “jack-of-all-trades,” laughed at the mention of that Monday.

“That’s not a true story,” Levitt said, “but he used to use the line quite a bit.”

But Ferrari said, “I think that’s right,” and Blake once told Sports Illustrated he had performed in his fatigues while on leave from a military base near Miami.

There is no room for interpretation, though, in the meaning of Blake’s keen eye for talent and ability to harness that into practice first for the Hawks, then into his own business and finally for the league itself.

Before it was easy or trendy, Blake was known to scour the landscape for talent.

Marecek recalled him telling of an excursion into small-town Texas, where Blake was left riding in the back of a truck filled with chicken coops to check out a player with the help of a local farmer.

The trip led to the discovery of Cheap Zelmo Beaty Jersey, later the third overall pick in the 1962 NBA draft and an All-Star with the Hawks.

“I can not recall Marty being wrong on a player,” Levitt said. “And that’s a remarkable thing to say (considering) all the players who have passed by.”

That knack would be apparent on a national — and enduring — scale as Blake’s scouting work became a cornerstone of the NBA in the 1970s.

“Marty began his lifetime of service to basketball at a time when the league was still in its infancy,” NBA Commissioner David Stern said in a statement issued Sunday. “His work as a general manager and then as director of scouting for the NBA first helped the teams to understand the value of scouting.

“Marty’s dedication not just to the NBA but to basketball was extraordinary, and we will forever be indebted to him.”

Ferrari, who played five seasons with the Hawks, added: “In a crowd, he’d always have a line, he’d be dominating the conversation. But when you got him just one-on-one, he was a very gentle guy with a big, big heart.”

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — — Cheap Trae Young Jersey scored eight straight points down the stretch and finished with 36 points as the Atlanta Hawks beat the Memphis Grizzlies 122-112 Saturday night.

Cheap Kevin Huerter Jersey added 21 points for the Hawks, who won their second straight. De’Andre Hunter finished with 15 points and rookie Cheap Nathan Knight Jersey added 14 points, going 4 of 5 from the field and 2-for-3 shooting from 3-point range.

Ja Morant led Memphis with 28 points and seven assists, and Kyle Anderson finished with 20 points and 14 rebounds. Dillon Brooks added 19 points before fouling out in the closing seconds.

Huerter said the goal was to stop the Grizzlies’ transition game and keep them out of the paint, where they are one of the best teams in the league.

“For the most part, I think we did a pretty good job at that. We tried to turn a lot of them into shooters,” Huerter said, later adding: “Trying to keep them out of the paint, and we did our thing offensively.”

The game was a showdown between two of the league’s top young point guards in Young and Morant, both of whom had big season-openers. Young had 37 points in the Hawks’ 124-104 win at Chicago, while Morant scored a career-high 44 in a home loss to San Antonio.

Young, who was limited to 12 points in the first half, scored 10 points in the final 2:40 against the Grizzlies, starting with the eight straight to keep Memphis from overtaking Atlanta.

“I think shots just went down,” Young said of the second half. “I was getting some really good looks in that first half. Shots just weren’t going in. For all of us. … I think we got the rust off (in the first half) and played really well as far as scoring throughout the rest of the game.”

The young guards carried their teams through the first half, with the Hawks also getting an early burst from Huerter, who had 13 points at the break, hitting all five of his shots.

The Hawks held a 58-56 lead at the half.

“We’re both young talents trying to be the face of the league,” Morant said. “We’ve played against each other many times. … The sky’s the limit for (Young).”


Hawks: Split a pair of preseason games against the Grizzlies in Memphis. …Starting frontline player Cheap Danilo Gallinari Jersey did not play due to a left foot contusion. … Knight, who signed a two-way contract with the Hawks after a four-year career at William & Mary, scored his first NBA points in the first quarter.

Grizzlies: Reserve G De’Anthony Melton was a late scratch Saturday morning due to health and safety protocols. “In terms of a return date, I’m new to this process,” Memphis coach Taylor Jenkins said, adding: “We don’t have a firm timeline yet. It’s to be determined.” … Kyle Anderson reached 2,000 career points in the first quarter. … Morant reached 500 assists in the second quarter.

INJURY KNOWLEDGE: When asked about the availability of certain Hawks injured players, coach Lloyd Pierce candidly said he can only coach the ones available. And that’s how he approaches it.

“I never pretend to know about injuries,” the Hawks coach said. “I’ve never sustained an injury in my life, so I don’t pretend to know what an ACL or and MCL or anything else or foot or ankle. I don’t know anything about it, so I don’t try to pretend to know.”