The beard is winning this Summer. James Harden is covering the latest installment of EA Sport’s famed basketball franchise NBA Live—solo, and adding to his long list of accomplishments.
Houston Rockets came up short in their quest for an NBA championship, but they are definitely having a great off-season to say the least. Things are looking up for both him and his Rockets though!
Earlier this Summer, Harden signed one of the biggest contract extensions ever in NBA history securing $228 million from the Rockets.
Just recently his squad leveled when they acuqired the “Point God”, Chris Paul in a trade with the Los Angeles Clippers.
This isn’t the first time he’s earned a cover, he graced the cover of NBA2k16 sharing that honor with Golden State Warrior sharpshooter Steph Curry and the New Orleans Pelican’s dynamic big-man Anthony Davis.
Once beloved among electronic sports enthusiast, NBA Live has seen better days after being dethroned by NBA 2K. NBA Live 2018 looks to reclaim the throne or at least give gamers another option when it comes to NBA simulators
Last week NBA Live 2018 did something its competition hasn’t done yet by annoucing that for the first time the WNBA will be featured in this year’s installment.
NBA Live took a hiatus last year but looks to return with a bang. With what we are seeing, NBA Live 18 looks to be a solid offering from EA Sports.
Hoopers will get an idea just how improved the franchise is when the demo goes live August 11. We are very intrigued, to say the least, EA Sports may finally have one here.
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