How to score points in NBA 2k21 MyTeam mode?
In the MyTeam mode of NBA 2K21, the score is a rigid requirement, and the general score requirement is also very high. Many players suffer from their scores. Next, SafeNbaMT will share with you how to score points in NBA 2K21 MyTeam mode:
The tactics from Timberwolves are highly recommended here, which can help you defeat computers of various difficulties.
Tactical board selection
The current Timberwolves and Pistons tactical boards have already gone up, and the Timberwolves should be able to find cheap ones.
Take the Timberwolves tactical board as an example, pause-game plan-offensive settings-tactical selection-choose FIST 25ELBOW tactics, there is no need to specify the executing player, as shown in the following figure:
Select the player you want to score to hold the ball, press the handle L1 to call out the tactical menu, and select FIST 25ELBOW. Your center will then mention the top of the arc to receive the ball, the ball holder will automatically cut inward when the ball is passed to the center, and the center will receive the ball. It is best to hold the back to protect the ball and let the center forward pass the ball after the scorer comes to the basket.
This tactic's success rate is very high, but when your center sends out many assists, the computer will double-team him, so it is best to prepare a few more centers in the lineup.
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