“NBA 2K20 MyTEAM – Flash Pack #2” has become available [until January 13, 2020] and the best known name is, of course, legendary Boston Celtic Larry Bird, who receives a well-deserved pink diamond status but some questionable grading for some of his many attributes.
Next up is diamond JR Smith – another questionable inclusion at diamond status – whose best days were with Denver and New York until he glommed on to LeBron James’s Cleveland coattails for a 2016 NBA title.
Also achieving questionable diamond status is Josh Smith, who played most of his career for Atlanta – with his best years arguably being the 2008-09 and 2011-12 seasons – before finishing up meekly with the New Orleans Pelicans three years ago.
A truly questionable diamond status is awarded to Danny Granger, who began his college career at Bradley, then transferred and blossomed at New Mexico before leaving early for the NBA Draft and spending most of his 10-year career at Indiana where his best years were the 2008-09 and 2011-12 seasons. He was waived by the Detroit Pistons five years ago in his last NBA appearance. Granger had an injury-riddled mid-portion of his career, so he can be cut some slack on his diamond status.
Amethyst status has been granted to Jermaine O’Neal, an 18-year NBA player who spent his time on seven teams but achieved most of his success during his seven-year stint with Indiana where he produced his best seasons in 2003-04 and 2004-05.
Ruby is all Jimmer Fredette is going to get and case could be made that he shouldn’t even get that. Fredette spent six years in the NBA with five teams and after emerging from BYU as the nation’s leading scorer in 2011, never averaged more than eight points per game in any of his six years in the league. Fredette currently plays in Greece.
As a bonus, you can use a Locker Code from NBA 2K20 for a chance at a Diamond Coach/Contract/Consumables pack, 5000 MTP, or 10 Tokens.