Isaiah Austin Added As A Free Agent To NBA 2K15

By   /   Dec 17, 2014

Isaiah Austin, the center of Baylor Bears had to leave his basketball career before he could become part of NBA due to a medical condition known as Marfan syndrome.

To honor him and his skills, 2K has made him a part of their latest basketball game, NBA 2K15. He has been added as a free agent, which means that you will be able to play him whenever you want.

Isaiah is also scheduled to make an appearance on NBA 2K TV this week, so be sure to check that out as well.

The news of Austin leaving basketball was certainly saddening for his fans and his team, but it is a great gesture by 2K to include him in NBA 2K15 so that he can live his dream through the game.

Isaiah Austin has the overall rating of 73; and to see how he will look like in the game, check out the screenshots posted below.

What is your take on this gesture by 2K? Are you looking forward to play Isaiah Austin in your team? Let us know in the comments below!

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