The NBA Finals are about to start game five between the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns. For the 2K21 addicts out there, a Locker Code showed up during the broadcast of game four, which the Bucks won, 109-103, for players to use for their MyTEAM that included various players from both teams.
NBA Finals Locker Code for NBA 2K21
Specifically for the NBA Finals that is underway between the Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks, a Locker Code was specifically broadcasted during the fourth game of the NBA finals that has unfortunately expired as of writing this story.
Fret not, as although the code is currently expired, it seems like a generic code that could be reused at a later time as the NBA Finals progress:
In the pack, before it expired, it included a Dark Matter Deandre Ayton or Khris Middleton and a Devin Booker Jersey for a MyPLAYER, a few of the stars that have been exploding in talent during the postseason.
While on the lookout for the in-game broadcasts of codes during the NBA Finals, there are some codes that have released during the playoffs that are still currently working:
- MYTEAM-SEASON-9-BEGINS, set to expire July 21
- 2K22-COVER-STARS, set to expire July 28
- MAMBA-FOREVER-2K21, set to expire Aug. 30
- EVO-LeBRON-JAMES, set to expire Aug. 5
- TRIAL-OF-CHAMPIONS-SUPER-PACK, set to expire July 20
- MYTEAM-OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD, set to expire July 21
As to whether or not there will be more Locker Codes leaked on an NBA broadcast between the Suns and Bucks again is currently unknown, but it's likely there will be something related to the celebration of the winner at the last game between the two teams.
The Locker Codes to come will likely continue after the playoffs, however, it will be a few months before the newest iteration of next year's 2K22 will be released. Fortunately, the covers for the next game are going to be themed towards the 25th and 75th anniversaries of the WNBA and NBA respectively. The athletes featured will include Candace Parker of the Chicago Sky, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar previously of the Los Angeles Lakers, Dirk Nowitzky previously of the Dallas Mavericks, Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets and Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks.