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NBA 2K League Finals: How to watch, prize pool, players to watch, more

The last matchup of this year’s season will not be short of high-speed, adrenaline-filled action on the hardwood as the Jazz wants to stop the Wizards from going back-to-back.
NBA 2K League Finals: How to watch, prize pool, players to watch, more

Every road has an end and that means one last appointment to figure out who will become the 2021 NBA 2K League monarchs and with that a heft cash prize.

Although one last victory can represent different things for the finalists for the Utah Jazz Gaming will mean their first-ever championship while for the Wizards District Gaming would mean becoming the first team to win championships back to back.

Both have ground their way to this moment, both have game-changing talent on their squad and it seems that this will come down to who of these teams wants the victory the most.

Where can I watch the 2K League Finals?

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The Wizard District Gaming is looking to become the first two-time champion against the Utah Jazz Gaming squad. (Picture: 2K League)

If you want to know where will you be able to stream the Finals of the 2K League we will tell you everything you need to know so you won’t miss a beat.

Just like every week of this marvellous season, you will be able to stream the games through the 2K Leagues official Twitch channel or their official YouTube channel at a time yet to be confirmed but we can expect something around 5:00 pm ET/ 10:00 pm BST.

NBA 2K League Finals prize pool

After the prize pool for the whole season was raised to 1.5 million USD there is obviously a motivation boost as the champion will receive a total of 450,000 USD while the runner up a not too shabby 180,000 USD.

The remaining 370,000 USD destined for this year’s playoffs will be distributed between the other 10 playoff teams.

Players to watch on the 2K League Finals

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John Mascone (JBM) will look to win his second title with WDG after he was drafted in 2020. (Picture: 2K League)

As for the individuals who will take the front stage at the ultimate 2K duel there are interesting players to keep track of as their performance can mean the difference between going home with hardware or empty-handed.

From the reigning champions, the no.1 overall pick in the 2020 draft represented a title last year at the hands of their point guard JBM, who is averaging 35.5 points per game plus 15 assists per contest.

On the other side, Ria has been crashing the boards for the Utah Jazz Gaming as he carries an average of 15.3 rebounds per game to go along with 19 points per match which will be more than necessary if they want to dethrone WDG.

Tune in through whichever stream service you prefer to witness what we believe will be a series for the history books.

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