NBA 2K17 Update: Locker Codes For Andre Drummond And Rudy Gobert Now Available

2K Sports has recently released a new set of NBA 2K17 locker codes. The codes are dedicated for Utah Jazz Bigman and rim protector Rudy Gobert and Detroit Pistons star Andre Dummond. These are the latest NBA players that will receive the free code treatment from community manager Ronnie 2K. The addition of these latest codes signal the expiration of Karl Anthony Towns' code that was released last week.

According to the report from The Bitbag, several NBA players had previously received a free locker code treatment. These players are identified as Myles Turner, DeMar Derozan, Devin Booker, CJ McCollum, Zach Lavine, Harrison Barnes, Julius Randle and Karl-Anthony Towns. As reported, these locker codes will grant players a corresponding free agent moment card that is to be used in MyTeam.

In order to get both Rudy Gobert and Andre Drummond, players just need to key in these codes in-game. For Rudy Gobert, type RUDYG-9X6AC-QQQNJ-QHCLP while Andre Drummond's locker code is ANDRE-EDWYP-S2BQG-EWPAE. In addition, players should get these locker codes as soon as possible as they are only available for a certain amount of time. Meanwhile, if you want to stay in touch with all of these chain of moment card releases, make sure to follow the NBA 2K MyTeam official Twitter account.

On other news, 2K has revealed yesterday three special moment cards that feature NBA superstars LeBron James, Chris Paul and Paul George. NBA 2K17 players will be able to own these cards via opening those packs. However, players can always opt to try Ronnie 2K's technique of acquiring moment cards.

As reported, the NBA 2K community manager has advised fans to tell their favorite NBA players on social media regarding this locker code giveaway. Fans will then receive a free code for any baller that hits up Ronnie. As seen from the list, several big names from the league have already been seen in the promotion.

 

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