NBA Live 14 Nickname Jerseys Available For Brooklyn Nets and Miami Heat

NBA Live 14 has underwhelmed most of us – that too in multiple ways. The game came in late and even then it was pretty much poor in graphics as compared to NBA 2K14. So EA is trying to push out content that would make it worth playing.

One of the many small steps at this are the nickname jerseys for a couple of teams. For now, this includes the players of Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets.

There is one thing though, players cannot choose the nickname jerseys themselves, and initially, they got added to the game when you played tonight’s match up from the Tip Off mode only. It has now been confirmed that you will also be able to play with the nicknames on when you are in the NBA Live 14 Ultimate Team.

Before you start looking for your favorite player in the list, know that some of the players still have their regular names on their jerseys. These include Andrei Kirilenko, Shaun Livingston and Mirza Teletovic.

Here’s a list of the players that have made the cut:

Brooklyn Nets

  • Andray Blatche: Dray Live
  • Andrei Kirilenko: Кириленко
  • Alan Anderson: Double
  • Brook Lopez: Brooklyn
  • Deron Williams: D-Will
  • Jason Terry: JET
  • Joe Johnson: JJ
  • Kevin Garnett: The Big Ticket
  • Mason Plumlee: Plums
  • Mirza Teletovic: MT3
  • Paul Pierce: Truth
  • Reggie Evans: Joker
  • Shaun Livingston: S Dot
  • Tornike Shengelia: Tokomotiv
  • Tyshawn Taylor: Tee_Y

Miami Heat

  • Ray Allen: J. Shuttlesworth
  • Chris Andersen: Birdman
  • Joel Anthony: Doc
  • Shane Battier: Battle
  • Michael Beasley: B Easy
  • Chris Bosh: CB
  • Mario Chalmers: Rio
  • Norris Cole: Cole Train
  • Udonis Haslem: UD
  • LeBron James: King James
  • James Jones: JJ
  • Rashard Lewis: Sweet Lew
  • Roger Mason Jr.: Moneymase
  • Greg Oden: G.O.
  • Dwyane Wade: D. Wade

How many of you have been satisfied with NBA Live 14?

Sarmad is our Senior Editor, and is also one of the more refined and cultured among us. He's 25, a finance major, and having the time of his life writing about videogames.