Other than Team USA, this is the first national team to appear in the NBA 2K franchise since its inception in 1999.
The line-up includes Australia’s top players from leagues around the world including the NBA, Australia and Europe:
“We are absolutely thrilled to be part of NBA 2K17, the biggest NBA game in the world," said Anthony Moore, CEO of Basketball Australia.
"We jumped at the chance to have our Australian Boomers in the game and now Australian gamers can take on the world with Patty Mills, Matthew Dellavedova and Andrew Bogut together in the green and gold.”
Patty Mills, speaking ahead of his third straight Olympic appearance said, “Australian basketball continues to go from strength-to-strength and our players are leaving their mark on leagues around the world.
"It’s great to see 2K recognizing our nation’s growing impact on the sport with the inclusion of Team Australia.”
The NBA 2K17 Standard Edition will be available in both digital and physical formats for $99.95 on Xbox One and PlayStation®4, for $79.95 on Xbox 360, and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment systems, and Windows PC platforms.
The NBA 2K17 Kobe Bryant Legend Edition will be available in digital and physical formats for $119.95 on Xbox One and PlayStation®4.
NBA 2K17 will launch on Friday, 16th September in Australia and New Zealand.