NBA 2K21 My Player can be good or bad, but it depends on who controls them. While the builds below have worked well in our hands, they might not mesh well with your playstyle or habits in the game. That’s why it’s important to note that you can feel free to experiment with these players adding or removing attributes when creating. Perhaps you like the core build, but want more finishing badges or want something slightly different. These builds are not set in stone, so experiment with them to see what feels good on the court.
The Two-Way Playmaker is a good build that feels well rounded on the court. As the name denotes, "2 Way" means that this player is equally capable on the offense and defensive side of the ball with great badges unlockable for Defensive/Rebounding/and Playmaking. This build will allow you to make plays, with enough shot points to grab 10+ shooting badges, which can keep you potent on the game's offensive side. While the low part of your game will be in the finishing department, your driving layup and dunk should be enough to keep you relevant in the paint.
Once you get to the end of this equation's physical attribute, you’ll likely want to experiment with your weight and wingspan. However, we suggest you keep your height at 6’5 low weight and high wingspan.
This Playmaker Build is deadly because of the player’s size. You’re going to be making a 6'6 6'7 Small Forward. This player will be getting their shots consistently with 30 Playmaker Badges and great shooting badges as well. As always, these builds can be tweaked if you’d rather have a few less playmaking badges and more shooting or more defense.
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The official Twitter of NBA 2K21 announced the release date of the next-generation version of NBA 2K21: It will be launched on November 10th for Microsoft Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles, and on November 12th for PS5 first release regions, will land on PS5 in other sales regions on November 19.