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Not only is there a story in MyGM, there is still a bevy of MyPlayer alternatives. Rather than invite Spike Lee to guide MyCareer (as he did back in NBA 2K16), NBA 2K Coins approach settles down, focusing on the turbulent rookie year of former street baller DJ. It is mostly satirical toward locker room culture, a reprieve from the thick play of Madden NFL 18's Longshot or even previous years of NBA 2K. For example, DJ's agent isn't much of one, but he does have a catchphrase: "Eat what you kill." The characters don't appear to comprehend what that means (and they say), but NBA 2K19 runs with it to the comedy.

When playing as DJ, you are going to encounter NBA 2K19's "The Neighborhood." Consider it a hub of activity for DJ's career. At a MMO-lite twist, it is possible to walk around with numerous (hundreds, maybe, if servers fill up) of additional player-controlled DJs, playing pickup games, trading scores at minigames or socializing. The existence of other players is generally pointless outside of light rivalry, however; I ended up just ignoring the audience.

I soon realized The Neighborhood simply replaces NBA 2K19's core menu. In that sense, it is merely a clumsy way to browse. Desire a haircut? Walk the cube into the barbershop. Want to change clothing? Go home first. Need new shoes? Jog down to Foot Locker. Looking to grab a fast pickup game? The courtroom is down the road on the left.

Plodding as this navigation isalso, there's a touch of character and culture indoors. In the barbershop, DJ is served as a local celebrity while they chat about general gossip. The friendly (if sleepy) attendant of a food cart brings in some laughs. These spaces are also well decorated, cramped and flush with old brick buildings circa 1930s New York. It is a strong representation of this impoverished to lower-middle-class upbringing of NBA stars who got their start in areas like Harlem's Rucker Park.

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