NBA Live 19 wants you to take your squad across the globe. Today, EA Sports dropped a trailer that details some of the legendary courts that you’ll find in NBA Live 19.

The trailer shows off a court in Philly with 76ers legend, Allen Iverson, rocking some pretty sweet cheetah shorts. You’re then transported to Paris, France to play on the incredible Quai 54 court. Pack your bags, because then, you’re heading to the Phillippines to play on The Tenement court.

You’ll also be playing stateside on legendary courts like “The Cage” in New York, one of the most famous streetball courts in all of basketball. You can also play in Philadelphia at the Cherashore Playground, famous for their streetball tournaments.

If you can think of a legendary streetball court, it’s most likely going to be in NBA Live 19. Venice Beach, Barry Farms in Washington D.C., Margaret Hie Ding Lin Park in Chicago, Dyckman Park in New York, and of course, Rucker Park.

Outdoor courts aren’t the only thing on NBA Live 19‘s menu. The Kezar Pavilion in San Fransisco also makes an appearance as is Ontario’s Hoop Dome.  You can also play in Seattle Pacific University.

Want something a little more official? NBA Live 19 also has the Drew League court and arena that is ready for you to squad up in.

NBA Live 19 wants you and your squad to travel the world and play everyone on legendary courts, inside and out. Do you have what it takes to make your mark on these basketball landmarks?

Watch the entire trailer here:

NBA Live 19 will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 7, 2018.


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Greg Ezell
Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Greg has been playing sports video games since Ice Hockey on the NES. Greg is currently working as a Program Director in the non-profit world, but his true passion is hockey. While Madden, various wrestling games and MLB The Show are some of his favorites, NHL remains the go-to sports series. Outside of sports games Greg enjoys J/RPGs, Monster Hunter and Stardew Valley.