NBA 2K21 players can exchange some player cards through tokens, so which of these player cards can be exchanged is more practical? Please see the NBA 2K21 Emerald player recommendation shared by NBA2K21MT, hoping to bring some help to all players. In the past few days, friends have always urged me to update the token player recommendation. I refused because the token players of 2K21 are uninteresting, especially the low-level token players.
3 in 3 matches vs CPU or online to get Triple Threat.
5 in 5 games vs CPU to get Domination.
Matches with stipulations vs CPU to get Challenges.
5 in 5 matches vs CPU with lineup restrictions to get MyTeam Limited.
To unlock the Sapphire section, you need 10 Emerald cards.
To unlock the Ruby section you need 10 Sapphire cards.
To unlock the Amethyst section it is necessary to have 12 Ruby cards.
To unlock the Amethyst section you need 10 Ruby cards.
To unlock the Diamond section it is necessary to have 12 Amethyst.
To unlock the Pink Diamond section, you need 10 Diamonds.
To unlock the Galactic Opal section it is necessary to have 8 Pink Diamond
NO.3 Emerald Bobby Jackson
The Emerald point guard first recommended this Bobby Jackson for a straightforward reason, because he runs fast (three-speed 90), and speed is by far the essential attribute in 2K21, I think. Fast players can pass it in one step. Losing the defensive player and rushing to the basket is a bit too strong, and this card has 80 three-pointers and 95 endurance.
NO.4 Emerald Bradley
Emerald recommends this Bradley, don't look at his three-pointer only 79, but unexpectedly accurate, and from time to time can also cast green; coupled with good speed and defense, it is still a usable 3D player.
NO.5 Emerald Klay Thompson
As the only famous token player in Emerald, Clay is definitely to be selected. The 85 three-pointers plus a right-shooting package and the catcher's gold medal and the long-range turret silver medal make his three-point shooting rate have a guaranteed defense is also OK, which is another 3D.
NO.6 Emerald James Posey
James Posey can play both SF and PF positions, and his ability is relatively average; three-pointers, strength, speed, and other attributes are reasonable. 2. 03 meters tall is also good. It is an entirely comprehensive striker.
NO.7 Emerald Foyle
Finally, I recommend an emerald center. This Foyle is 2.13 meters tall, tied with Meyers Leonard for the highest emerald. However, he is much harder than Leonard, with 88 and a block cap of 90. With a large model, it is still perfect for protecting the frame.