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It seems this is like a broken record with NBA 2K games, particularly in the first couple of weeks after release. When you consider the next-gen version of the game has only been out for 10 times on PlayStation 5 and 12 on Xbox collection X, it is really not too worrisome that the sport is still having some lag and connectivity issues.

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