- DefaultRoster - a copy of the default Live roster.
HistoricalRos - the main HistoricalRoster file.
HistoricalRos2 - the secondary HistoricalRoster file.
LineupsbyHeight - formerly known as BigmenPlayFirst. The default roster with lineups changed to make taller people starters.
LineupsbyOveral - the default roster with lineups changed so that the ones with the highest overall ratings are the starters.
PFBSTwo - the secondary PlayForYourBirthState roster folder.
PlayForBirthState - all teams in the NBA represent either a U.S. state or a continent.
RosLuis1 - a test roster.
RosLuis2 - all players are assigned to teams based on their surnames and the teams' full names.
SoMuchFranchises - the NLSC update by Andrew plus teams that used to exist in the NBA with their players being NBA players who were born in the areas the respective teams represent.
All players are put in the teams that represent their birth state. A few teams include: the California Warriors, Maryland/D.C. Wizards, Florida Heat. Players who weren't born in one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia are put in a continental team. These include: the Europe Clippers, North America Rockets, South America Spurs.
PFBSTwo takes a different approach to this concept by moving all players first into the free agency. Then, the NBA is rebuilt by assigning players into a team one-by-one, starting with player #0001 (Aaron Williams). No teams are changed, thus the Warriors, Clippers, Lakers, and Kings all represent one state, so players could go with any of them.
This "RosLuis(single-digit-number)" file name started on NBA 2K12 PS2 where save file names are limited to only 8 characters. Anyway, the roster puts players into a team based on their surnames. For example:
Golden State Warriors
- James, LeBron
LClippers (Los Angeles Clippers)
LLakers (Los Angeles Lakers)
In this example, based on alphabetical order, "James" is between the Indiana Pacers and the Los Angeles Clippers. Therefore, he plays for the Pacers. The Clippers, Lakers, Nets, Hornets, and Knicks are sorted as LClippers, LLakers, NJersey Nets, NOrleans Hornets, and NYork Knicks respectively to avoid teams with no players.
In this soon-to-be-complete roster based on the NLSC update, the St. Louis Hawks, Fort Wayne Pistons, Tri-Cities Blackhawks, and other defunct teams rejoin the league as separate teams, with their players being those who were born in the area they are representing. For example, the St. Louis Hawks have eight (8) players, consisting of players who were born in St. Louis.
To be uploaded in the NLSC Downloads section.