NBA 2K19 MyCareer Mode Includes the Chinese Basketball League, Falcon from The Avengers

Famous actors, minor leagues.

NBA 2K19 is bringing back the MyCareer mode with an all new story featuring some pretty famous actors like Anthony Mackie (Avengers: Infinity War) and Haley Joel Osmont (The Spoils of Babylon). The new story mode will also put players through non-NBA leagues like the Chinese basketball league as well as the G League.

The first trailer for MyCareer's The Way Back story mode stars an NBA hopeful named AI who after being passed over for the NBA, must start from the bottom all the way in China. Eventually AI works his way back up through the Chinese League then through the NBA minor G League to eventually reach the NBA.

Along the way though he meets famous faces like Mackie, Osmont, as well as Michael Rapaport, Rob Huebel, Ricky Whittle, and more. Of course, if you don't want to deal with any of this story stuff NBA 2K19 will let you skip all the cutscenes in MyCareer mode.

Players can get early access to the first chapter of The Way Back through The Prelude demo on August 31. You can check out our NBA 2K19 guide for all the latest release details, trailers, and previews. NBA 2K19 comes out on September 11 for Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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