The latest NBA Live 15 Content Update was released today that includes All-Star game uniforms, player updates, roster changes and 100 bug fixes. See the updates below.

NBA LIVE 15’s partnership with Synergy Sports brings player ratings to life, as real-time analytics and data are used to shape the way players perform in the game.

Synergy’s information tells us things that don’t appear in the box score, such as shots off the dribble or if a player was being guarded – which all influence ratings.

One of the goals we have for the future of NBA LIVE is to remove subjectivity from player ratings and performance – a true 1:1 representation of each and every player in the league.

Hey, NBA LIVE fans!

We’ve dropped another content update just in time for NBA All-Star 2015, and we wanted to give a quick rundown on what’s been added.

First of all, we’ve added some All-Star Weekend content, including All-Star Game uniforms as well as Madison Square Garden. We’ve also addressed more than 100 bugs with fixes.

The Golden State Warriors and Atlanta Hawks have grabbed the headlines during the NBA’s first half, but perhaps no other individual story has been better than the play of Hassan Whiteside.

After being cut from the Sacramento Kings after appearing in just 19 games over two seasons (and none since February 2012), Whiteside has been a revelation for the Miami Heat.

He averaged 13 PPG, 10.6 RPG, and 3.4 BPG in January, including an eye-popping 16 points and 24 rebounds against the Mavericks.

Whiteside’s OVR rating is up three points in the latest NBA LIVE 1515 roster update, including a ten-point increase in Dunk and five-point increase in Blocks.

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