Three games are tied at 89. The first is NBA 2K3, which dates to NBA 2K22 MT PS4 the start of the series. They got off to a positive start and they kept some of the gameplay elements that have earned them positive reviews to at this point. They also retained Allen Iverson as the cover athlete.
While much remained the same, there were key modifications. Things like Franchise mode were updated to be more comprehensive than before but the main shift was made in the way the game was presented. NBA 2K3 marked the start of a collaboration with ESPN to make the game more realistic than ever.
The only game of the entire franchise that didn't include 2K in its name was ESPN NBA Basketball, which was basically NBA 2K4. The game was all-in on ESPN and Iverson was the main cover.
This was the final episode before 2K Sports was formed. ESPN NBA Basketball featured unique facial designs for all players and improved the system for passing with a focus on the 24-hour mode, and had several streetball-related elements. It was praised for its presentation and graphics.
NBA 2K11 marked a turning moment for the games. They did not get an abundance of negative reviews. This entry was a step up for numerous reasons. The most interesting was the addition of Cheap MT 2K22 PS4 the cover player Michael Jordan, who hadn't played in several years.