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McFarlane Toys inks deal with 2K Games for new NBA figure line

McFarlane is expanding it’s lineup of sports properties. A fresh basketball series, made in partnership with 2K Games, is on the way.

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Yes, McFarlane is already well known for making some of the best sports-themed figures out there. Their ongoing series’ of pro-level figures just might be the best ever forged in plastic. Now they’re about to move into the realm of the NBA 2k19 video game.

“Joining with NBA 2K is exciting, that franchise has evolved into a juggernaut, not just with the NBA but with video games altogether, and to have our figures associated with it, just feels like a natural fit,” said Todd McFarlane, founder and CEO of McFarlane Toys.

Each figure will be sculpted with the typical McFarlane level of detail, and also include a little bonus for the game itself. Packed in with every figure will be a Locker Code that will be good for one in-game “McFarlane Pack”. Those packs will hold one Ruby Card, which will feature the six players in the inaugural figure set.

If you’re wondering who’s included, it will be:

  • NBA 2K19 Cover Star Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks
  • MVP James Harden of the Houston Rockets
  • NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant of the World Champion Golden State Warriors
  • Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Kristaps Porzingis of the New York Knicks
  • Kyrie Irving of the Boston Celtics.

These will cost you $24.96 USD each, and will be available only at Walmart stores. Watch for them this fall.

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