Current-Gen NBA 2K21 Patch 7 LIVE

A new patch is rolling out for NBA 2K21 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this morning. The official courtside report claims there are “a number of MyTEAM fixes,” but that number appears to be four. NBA 2K21 Patch 7 delivers another set of player likeness updates, and seems to include unlisted fixes across all game modes.

On top of that, a new 2K Foundation-inspired court has been added to 2K Beach. 2K Foundation has done a ton of great work investing into underserved communities. The projects center around working with local advocacy groups to refurbish community basketball courts. Then, 2K Foundations builds around the court by upgrading community centers, providing STEM education, and other mentorship programs.

On top of all that, the courts they create look absolutely killer. Hopefully, we’ll get some colorful court worthy of being on 2K Beach.

A top-down view of the basketball court 2K Foundations helped refurbish in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico via YouTube

Keep in mind this is a current-gen patch. Any of these issues that exist on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X|S will be fixed at a later date. Check out the full, though brief, NBA 2K21 Patch 7 notes below.

NBA 2K21 Current-Gen Patch 7 Patch Notes



  • Addressed a rare issue with Dark Matter player cards not displaying the player reveal during pack openings

  • Addressed an audio issue with Dark Matter card animations

  • Addressed a name display issue for some playbook cards

  • Additional various preparations for upcoming additions to MyTEAM

What’s Next for NBA 2K21?

Though there aren’t any announced updates for the game itself, activities around NBA 2K21 are starting to pick up again. This past weekend, Ty “TwoWayRoco” Debondt defeated Kimanni “NewEditionFlash” Ingram in the MyTEAM Unlimited finals. TwoWayRoco won 2-1 to take home the juicy $200k prize, which will compliment his NBA 2K20 Global Championship quite nicely. If you’re curious about competitive NBA 2K action, the 2K League kicks off this Saturday, March 13th with the NBA 2K League Draft.

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