2K Games has announced the next roster update for NBA 2K15 and it will involve players from the NBA All-Star Game of February 15.
The following will start for the East: John Wall, Kyle Lowry, LeBron James, Pau Gasol and Carmelo Anthony. The reserves will include Kyrie Irving, Chris Bosh, Jimmy Butler, Al Horford, Paul Millsap, Jeff Teague, and Dwyane Wade.
Similarly, the following will start for the West: Stephen Curry, Kobe Bryant, Anthony Davis, Marc Gasol and Blake Griffin. The reserves will include James Harden, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, LaMarcus Aldridge, Tim Duncan, and Chris Paul.
The game received its last patch a couple of months ago and addressed a plethora of issues. Special fixes have been made to the gameplay, My GM, My League, My Career and some other game modes.
Defensive movements during the matches has been improved to make them more responsive.
Shooting fouls that were not being called have been fixed as well. The technical fouls have been disabled from online play altogether. Balance offensive and defensive rebounding have also been revamped.
Unresponsiveness has been reduced and dribbling system has been majorly improved. You can read through all of the changes here to keep yourself updated.