Today, Kings Guard Gaming, the official NBA 2K League affiliate of the Sacramento Kings, announced that it has acquired the rights to veteran point guard Neadal “Mama Im Dat Man” Nasser and veteran shooting guard Georgio “OOC_Slim” Bonte, via a trade with Blazer5 Gaming. In exchange, Kings Guard Gaming will send Matthew “Bash” Robles and Connor “Dat Boy Shotz” Rodrigues to Blazer5 Gaming – the official NBA 2K League affiliate of the Portland Trail Blazers.
Neadal “Mama Im Dat Man” Nasser is a three-year NBA 2K League veteran point guard from San Bruno, California, and has racked up many accolades in his tenure. During the 2020 regular season, he averaged 33.1 points, 8.1 assists, and one steal in 44 total matchups and recorded a total of 1,458 points, the most in the NBA 2K League this season. On May 26, 2020, versus Bucks Gaming, Mama Im Dat Man set the NBA 2K League record for most points in a regulation game, with 77 total points and the record for most points scored in a quarter with a 31-point, first-quarter total. In the final in-season tournament, THE TICKET, he was awarded the MVP title of THE TICKET for his help in lifting Blazer5 Gaming into the 2020 NBA 2K League Playoffs and was also named to the 2020 All-NBA 2K League Second Team. In his second season in the league, he was honored as the 2019 NBA 2K League Most Valuable Player and was named to the 2019 All-NBA 2K League First Team. He was also recognized as the 2018 MVP of THE TURN in-season tournament for his dominating presence on the virtual court.
Georgio “OOC_Slim” Bonte is a two-year NBA 2K League veteran shooting guard from Cambridge, Massachusetts. During the 2020 regular season, he filled the stat sheet, averaging 6.9 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.5 blocks in 22 matchups.
As a member of Kings Guard Gaming, veteran center and forward Connor “Dat Boy Shotz” averaged 12.1 points, 9.6 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 1.8 steals and 1.1 blocks in 39 matchups. During the regular season, he recorded 17 double-doubles and two triple-doubles.
In his rookie season, point guard Matthew “Bash” Robles averaged 26.2 points, 7.1 assists and 2.0 steals in 39 matchups for Kings Guard Gaming. He led the team in scoring in 29 regular-season matchups and recorded 40+ points in five games.