What does 2k22 75th anniversary come with?
The NBA 2K22 NBA 75th Anniversary Edition includes: 10 MyTEAM Tokens. Sapphire Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Dirk Nowitzki, and Kevin Durant MyTEAM Cards. 22 MyTEAM Promo Packs (Receive 10 at launch, then 3 per week for 4 weeks) Diamond Jordan Shoe MyTEAM card. gamestop.comNBA 2K22 75th Anniversary Edition - PS5 | PlayStation 5
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13 September, 2021 - 12:11pm
13 September, 2021 - 12:11pm
Originally called The Neighborhood, The City is a hub world where basketball reigns supreme. Courts, hoops, and gyms are everywhere along with plenty of potential to build your brand as more than a basketball player. One of the ways to build up that brand? By releasing the hottest mixtape of 2022 of course.
A feature in NBA 2K22 is the ability to create your own rap from some pre-selected rhymes. Unfortunately, the rhymes themselves aren’t the best. One video currently making the rounds on Twitter is proof enough of that.
2K22 BARZZZZZZ pic.twitter.com/qY9dk9ZJF3
— Dre | Black Lives Matter (@Swandre3000) September 12, 2021
Maybe this is supposed to be realistic because most athletes that have attempted to rap have failed miserably at it. If that’s the case, then it’s a perfect recreation. It is of course hard to take this particular video seriously with the MyPlayer wearing a State Farm polo and khakis. Which, the reason he’s wearing that is that he met Jake from State Farm. Yes, you can meet Jake from State Farm and get “the drip.”
— esther (@capybaroness) September 10, 2021
We can’t expect reality in The City, because it’s a world run by basketball brands, but when Jake from State Farm is calling his outfit “the drip” and players are rapping in it then something has gone terribly wrong in the simulation. This game is weird.
13 September, 2021 - 12:11pm
Just kidding. I couldn’t summon up interest in a sport if you paid me (my fee for this article, a case in point) – but Emma herself has struck something of a chord and I’ve been following her US run with sincere curiosity.
I heard about her when she got to Wimbledon – new kid on the block, so young, so talented – but my ears really pricked up when Piers Morgan (56) tweeted about Raducanu (18) after she suffered breathing difficulties on the court. Off to a flying start with a typo in her name and a weirdly formal honorific, Morgan wrote: “Ms Raducuna’s a talented player but couldn’t handle the pressure & quit when she was losing badly. Not ‘brave’, just a shame.”
Professional contrarian Piers Morgan, picking a fight with a teenager? She must be brilliant! After that, as far as I was concerned, she could do no wrong.
Luckily, she didn’t. Making it to the final (and then taking the trophy) without dropping a set, Raducanu’s journey to the top was not only immaculate but totally gracious. Her on-court interview after the historic victory couldn’t fail to make a brick wall smile – here is a human being who has just achieved her dream, and her face is a picture of uncomplicated joy.
The first thing she does is congratulate her opponent, and over the course of the speech she makes plenty more references to Fernandez’s talent and tenacity. Looking over her shoulder, Raducanu catches Fernandez’s eye – there’s no other word for the expression they share than “beaming”.
It was a joy to watch two young women play so beautifully and then conduct themselves with such poise. Piers certainly thought so. After Twitter pointed out the irony of his post-Wimbledon appraisal of Raducanu, he decided that she hadn’t succeeded despite his criticism; on the contrary, she took his “advice” and won because of it.
In response to one Twitter user who questioned that logic, Morgan wrote: “The words you’re seeking are, ‘Thanks Piers’”. If anything, then, Raducanu was remiss not to dedicate her whole speech to her tough-love mentor: “Thanks for insulting me! It really helped!”
So congratulations to Piers Morgan, the real winner of the women’s US Open. I’m 10 years older than Raducanu (and um, a lot less famous) but I am half Morgan’s age which – fingers crossed – ought to make me a suitable opponent. Here’s hoping he deigns to take me to task online because by his logic, it’ll be the making of me. As we all know, it’s only when steeped in the persistent criticism of middle-aged men that young women can truly flourish, so Piers, I’m ready when you are.
13 September, 2021 - 12:11pm
2K Games revealed that those players who buy NBA 2K22 on the PS5 or Xbox Series X have some very special options for them in MyTeam. In the latest Courtside Report, the team detailed some of the changes that have been added for next-gen consoles, which include a more robust MyStaff system, new conditional coaching powers, new attributes, improvements to player training, and more. You can check out the full report here as we have a snippet and some screenshots for you below.
MyStaff is a dramatic change to how you approach a franchise in the big picture of NBA 2K22, and the staff you have will have immense effects both in terms of how your team performs in a given year, as well as the direction your franchise takes in the long run. To take a deeper dive, let's take a look at the Sports Medicine department, as well as the various jobs found within:
All of the jobs have been designed to be important and leave the player to make meaningful choices. Do you have a young and healthy team, and prefer to focus on having strong trainers? Or do you have a roster of older vets and the focus is more on injury prevention and mitigation? These are questions that you'll have to ask and evaluate yearly as your lineup changes.
12 September, 2021 - 12:02pm
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NBA is one of the biggest leagues in the world and its video game counterpart sells out millions of copies worldwide. However, the studio’s decision to move towards in-game advertisement attracted a lot of flak. This is not something gamers will ever grow accustomed to as fans showcased their discontent with the studio’s decision. The franchise is infamous for inserting horrible microtransactions in the game and this latest title has taken things to a whole new level.
Naturally, this move was going to attract a lot of criticism and fans don’t have the patience for it anymore. This fan called it a $60 ad campaign with NBA gameplay thrown right in the middle.
Of course. 2K is a capitalist utopia. A $60 collection of ads with some basketball here and there.
— Ian Mc (@IanMickyNicky) September 11, 2021
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It takes a fortune to create video games and modern-day studios’ primary concern is to quickly win back the investment and earn a respectable chunk of profit. Fans have already seen these commercials numerous times and now they are in your game as well.
I don't have a problem with this. It's actually kind of funny. Anyone that watches the NBA has seen these damn commercials a billion times.
— Dynamic Voltage Games (@dynamic_voltage) September 11, 2021
The community barely got used to the microtransaction system and now they have to adjust to in-game ads. It is quite hard to fault the gaming studios trying to generate more revenue, but this is pushing things too far.
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So they are literally adding ads to the game…..
— Zero (@Gawain_Shinkiro) September 11, 2021
Meanwhile, the other section of the community rejoiced in seeing Jake in the 2K NBA game.
Hell yeah I’m all for homie getting exposure
— Hispanic Nick Jonas (@Ricardo_E14) September 12, 2021
There were some fans like this, one who had no clue who Jake or the State Farm meant. It’s hard to fault the newer fans as not everyone can remember the ad or the character.
I’ll ask again for a final time, WHAT THE FUCK IS STATE FARM
— Acutis Dudus (@AcutisDudus) September 12, 2021
What do you think about Jake’s inclusion in NBA? Do you support in-game advertisements? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
11 September, 2021 - 06:52pm
After loading NBA 2K22 MyCAREER it's time to finally settle on a MyPLAYER build this year, and many will go right to the backcourt making a Point Guard or Shooting Guard.
No matter how you want to tackle the game as a Point or Shooting Guard, these are some of the best NBA 2K22 MyPLAYER builds for the positions.
As with all the builds in NBA 2K22, the most important thing is figuring out which style or archetype, you want your MyPLAYER to be.
A good way to do this is to think of Point Guards and Shooting Guards that you'd to emulate. When you do this, you can use our guide to help you decide the NBA 2K22 build right for you.
Here are some of our favorite (and the most effective) Guard builds.
This is arguably the best and most played build in NBA 2K22 period. If you've ever played against this build you'll find it incredibly hard to stop them from scoring. This build works especially well on point guards as you'll have great spot up shooting and speed with the ball.
The truth is, if you're looking to build a nearly unstoppable player on offense, this is the best build to do it with.
Contrarily, your MyPLAYER won't be a great defender because of your size and wingspan.
Here's what you'll need to get started:
Perhaps you're actually looking for the alternative of the Playmaking Shot Creator. Maybe you want to find a way to guard anyone that steps on the court, without sacrificing a lot of offense.
Think of someone like Marcus Smart and Jrue Holday, players known for being some of the best defenders in the NBA. If you want that, you'll want to use the MyPLAYER Perimeter Lockdown build.
This build comes with amazing Badges and you won't sacrifice a lot of scoring, you just won't be the best at ball-handling, which is okay. The main purpose of this is to ensure opponents have a difficult time scoring.
Here's how to get started with this build:
For those of you that are looking for a mix of offensive and defensive prowess, we have the 2 Way 3-Point Playmaker. This is a gamebreaking build, and definitely a lethal one on the court.
This build is strictly for a Point Guard, as the size would be much too small to play shooting guard. When building this, you'll likely have Ja Morant in mind as the player to emulate.
Here's how you can get started with this build: