The NBA 2K22 cover star hasn't been officially revealed, but it would appear that the game is a few months away. On Tuesday the 2021 NBA Finals will NBA 2K22 MT begin. There's three stars who could be at the forefront of the action. They include two of the newest players in the league as well as a veteran leader who is close to winning an Olympic title. Could one of them be the next NBA 2K star athlete?

Phoenix Suns feature two potential NBA 2K22 cover star players. By now, it's obvious that the Phoenix Suns boast two All-Star players set to compete in the NBA Finals 2021 matchup. Both are Devin Booker and Chris Paul who have very different careers. Paul is a top point guard who is also a close NBA MVP. He played for the New Orleans Hornets. In his time He was selected to the 11 All Star team and the MVP of the 2012-13 season. Among other accomplishments, CP3 is a 10-time All NBA player, nine-time All Defensive and the six-time steals champion, a nine-time All NBA defensive, and an all-time All Defensive and nine-time All Defensive, and nine-time All Defensive. The final part of his remarkable career is the fact that it started in 2005-06. It's a return to CP3 if he becomes the NBA 2K22 cover superstar. He previously appeared on the NBA 2K8 game cover with the Hornets.

It's important to note that Paul is the favourite to be named the NBA Finals MVP. Paul is also part of 2K22's Team USA Pantheon release and includes a special Agenda. To earn 2,000 XP, gamers must use his Pantheon card and accumulate 25 points. CP3 was added to Phoenix in the season, adding to the young star team that already had a young star, Devin Booker. After finally receiving the recognition that he was due, the young man is now an two-time All-Star. He scored 25.6 points, 4.3 assists, and 4.2 rebounding during the season. Booker has proven to be one of the league's best scorers, and is a good chance to win the title in his sixth season in the league.

Both of these players are probable candidates to be on the cover of the cover of NBA 2K22. Both players could make the cover depending on what 2K decides to proceed. Booker however, would be the first to feature the magazine if he was the one to choose. A win in the NBA Finals might help Booker. 2K could also cover Greek Freak. While Giannis Antetokounmpo's name may not be the most simple to pronounce, he has established himself as the NBA's twice-time NBA MVP. The Greek Freak, as he's better known, has looked amazing every season he's in the arena, however he hasn't yet to capture a title. In each of his five previous seasons, he has been named an NBA All-Star.

In the season 2020-21, Giannis averaged 28.1 points with 11 rebounds and nearly six assists. He also had a 56.9 percent field goal rate. Bucks fans are hoping that Giannis will be able contribute to the team's Finals run despite the injury he sustained in the Eastern Conference Finals against Atlanta Hawks. Giannis and his Milwaukee Bucks team are close to winning the franchise's first championship since 1971. If they do so it will end an unending drought that lasted for 50 years, and establish Giannis as one of the best players in the league. Could Giannis become the cover star in NBA 2K22 again? Giannis was featured on the cover of the 2K19 game, making him the first player from outside of Europe to be awarded that title.

Former cover stars and the cover reveal date. The reveal date as well as the names of the cover stars are unknown. The previous NBA 2K22 cover predictions may include some of the stars mentioned above. LeBron James and Luka Doncic could be players to watch. Zion Williamson and Kevin Durant are also possible. 2K22 might even include stars in a trio like the Nets' Harden, KD, and Irving. Damian Lillard was the current-generation 2K21 cover athlete, while Zion was selected to nba 2k mt for sale cover the next generation of PS5 as well as Xbox Series S/X. The Mamba Forever Edition featured the late, great Kobe Bryant. Lillard was the first of the cover stars revealed on June 30, 2020. So we're not waiting for the 2K22 cover reveal.