Wizards District Gaming – the NBA 2K League affiliate of the Washington Wizards – was crowned 2021 NBA 2K League Champion after sweeping Jazz Gaming in the 2021 NBA 2K League Finals Delivered with DoorDash. Wizards District Gaming’s 3-0 series victory makes them the first NBA 2K League team to win multiple NBA 2K League championships (2020, 2021). Wizards District Gaming defeated Knicks Gaming and NetsGC in the quarterfinals and semifinals of the 2021 NBA 2K League Playoffs Delivered with DoorDash.
Point guard and 2020 No. 1 overall pick Jack “JBM” Mascone was named 2021 Finals MVP after averaging a double-double with 22.3 points and 11.3 assists, and shooting 48% from three throughout the series. Center Ryan “Dayfri” Conger averaged 9.8 points and 10 rebounds along with 1.8 blocks, while Brandon “BRich” Richardson netted 15.0 points and shot 70% from three.
The rosters for the inaugural NBA 2K League All-Star Game were unveiled tonight, including three Wizards District Gaming players representing the Eastern Conference – Ryan “Dayfri” Conger, Justin “Just Awkward” Howell and Jack “JBM” Mascone.
Game 1: Wizards District Gaming 69 – Jazz Gaming 62
Game 2: Wizards District Gaming 60 – Jazz Gaming 54
Game 3: Wizards District Gaming 74 – Jazz Gaming 53
The 2021 NBA 2K League Playoffs Delivered with DoorDash took place at Mavs Gaming Hub in Dallas. The opening round through the semifinals was held from Thursday, Aug. 26 through Saturday, Aug. 28, and the Playoffs culminated with the 2021 NBA 2K League Finals Delivered with DoorDash on Saturday, Sept. 4. This marked the first time that the NBA 2K League held games in person since the 2019 NBA 2K League Finals in New York City. Games were simulcast live at 5 p.m. ET each day on the NBA 2K League’s Twitch and YouTube channels, and were also be available on Dash Radio, ESRevolution, eGG Network in Southeast Asia, Loco in India, Sport1 in Europe and Tencent in China.