NBA 2K20's MyTeam started a new collection of NBA 2K Coins cards on Wednesday known as Career Highlights. The first card released commemorates Michael Jordan's triple-double performance against the Golden State Warriors on January 15, 1993. Notice, I say"opportunity" since you'll have to have the ball fall in the right slot on the prize board to acquire the card. I managed to get the Jordan cardbut you ought to be aware of, you have to be lucky as the winning slots are the two furthest on each side of the board.
You're more apt to get 2,000 MT or even 10 tokens, which isn't a bad consolation prize and might be more valuable to your group at this stage when many people have lineups that are too fantastic to discover a place for a Diamond card, even an MJ. However, if you're home, like most of us, and are just getting started with your MyTeam journey, this can be a card which could do a little work for you against some of the better squads. Prior to the release of the MJ card, there was another Diamond MJ which was part of the very first Flash Pack collection, an Amethyst MJ as a part of this Multi-Dimensional series, and then there was the amazing Galaxy Opal version that was arguably the highlight of this all-star Flash set in February.
Back in 1993, Jordan lit a team up that featured Hall-of-Famer Chris Mullin, Tim Hardaway, a youthful Latrell Sprewell, and Lithuanian legend Sarunas Marciulonis. Jordan scored his 26 points on efficient 10-for-19 shooting from the field, which comprised 1-for-2 from past three-point selection. Eat your heart out, James Harden. Unfortunately, there are not any real-life highlights of this sport on YouTube.
Clearly, Jordan has had innumerable fantastic performances that could be re-lived in a video game, which one against the Warriors is among them. However, it's an odd choice for a couple reasons. Jordan terrorized the Warriors that year from Buy NBA 2K21 MT Coins both regular-season meetings that the teams had on the way to what is the Chicago Bulls' third tournament in an eight-year period. At another regular-season game against Golden State, Jordan hung 49 points onto his helpless opponents en route to a 101-92 victory in November 1992.