How to choose cards of the new glitched 5 packs in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM
On November 22, the latest Glitched packs were launched, including seven new player cards. For selecting these players, many have expressed different opinions and choices. So how to choose which players to buy is related to the amount of 2K NBA MT in the player's pocket. Therefore, we will conduct a quick analysis of each player, through each player's Pros and Cons, to let you know which players you should need to strengthen MyTeam.
- 95Dwight Howard - 95 OVR
- Season 2 › Glitched
- OFF: 92 | DEF: 99 | POS: C/PF
- HT: 6'11 | WT: 265 | Add: Nov 21, 22
- Attributes: 2899
- Post Up Low, P&R Roll Man
- 7 16 11 0
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Quick Analysis: His talent and physicality are enough to amaze 30 general managers in the NBA. His talent includes passing, dribbling, and cutting the first step. A player of his height with such complete talent is Very rare. He has good jumping ability, and fast shot speed; his shoulder width, arm span, and strength are excellent. His NBA models in the draft were Stoudemire and Garnett, but his rebounding ability is unmatched by Stoudemire. As a sophomore from 2005 to 2006, he was once the league's rebounding leader.
Although he averaged second in the league in rebounds per game in the end, with the increase in experience, his rebound control ability will grow to be the league's first in the future. In addition, his shoulder width, wingspan, and tonnage make him more destructive inside than Garnett. And most importantly, he has a good working attitude and can obey the coach's guidance. Despite playing center in high school, he has played guard before, which is why some of his post-court skills are so solid.
In summary, Howard's scoring at his peak relied on his top-level running and jumping ability, poor autonomous offensive ability, and poor offensive skills. Moreover, Howard relies on his running and jumping ability to score and grab rebounds, so the inside line must be vacated and cannot be filled by another big man. Otherwise, he will not be able to run and jump, and his effect will be halved.
- + Amazing physical fitness
- + Strong running and jumping ability
- + Strong rebounding ability
- + Strong defensive ability
- + Very good running ability - can get the ball to the hoop regardless of the height of the teammate's throw.
- - Low autonomous attack ability
- - Mood swings when playing
- - Many centers have the same shortcomings: the range of shots and the number of turnovers.
- 93Stephon Marbury - 93 OVR
- Season 2 › Glitched
- OFF: 91 | DEF: 99 | POS: PG/SG
- HT: 6'3 | WT: 190 | Add: Nov 21, 22
- Attributes: 2802
- P&R Ball Handler, Isolation
- 4 21 7 3
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Quick Analysis: In fact, Marbury was also a top player in the NBA at the time, but because of his personality, he could not gain a foothold in the NBA. The nickname of the Lone Wolf is enough to explain everything. But in terms of basketball talent, Marbury is also a top existence. In 1996, the Bucks selected the fourth pick and then traded to the Timberwolves. If Allen Iverson hadn't recommended himself to the 76ers, Marbury would have been the No. 1 pick. It is conceivable how strong his talent is; he exists just like NBA superstar Iverson! Let's take a look at his draft report that year!
- + He is an excellent ball handler who can disrupt the opponent's defense through the offense's rhythm and pass the defender to complete the score.
- + He is a good shooter, and his mid-range shooting ability is good
- + On the defensive end, Marbury is also very good, with outstanding stealing ability.
- + Attack and defense in one! Have a certain key ability and be able to hit the buzzer at the end
- + Have some leadership skills! Nice team builder!
- - Marbury's shooting stability is not enough. We need to improve the shooting rate.
- - Low three-point shooting
- - Assist-turnover rate is high
- 93OG Anunoby - 93 OVR
- Season 2 › S2 Takeover Rewards
- OFF: 88 | DEF: 97 | POS: SF/PF
- HT: 6'7 | WT: 232 | Add: Nov 21, 22
- Attributes: 2856
- 3 PT, Cutter, Post Up Low
- 3 16 4 2
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Quick Analysis: In the same vein, Anunoby being a dangerous option could be a blessing in disguise for their team. While ACL tears are always taken seriously, they don't necessarily mean their careers are over. We've seen the effect of uncertainty on highly anticipated draft prospects (e.g., Nerlens Noe Seoul in 2013). That could drop Anunoby down to 15 on the roster, which the Blazers could use with their No. 1 pick, or even 20 if he falls unexpectedly. When healthy, he's still an impact player. If he's unhindered after returning from injury, the kid will be a mid-first-round robbery. However, the "if" cannot be completely ignored.
The Blazers lacked compatibility at the 3 and 4 last season, so giving head coach Terry Stott another variable to plug into his rotation equation was an entertaining idea. Anunobi is a faster, more compact version of Noah-Vonleh. In small-ball lineups, Anunoby can play as a small forward or a power forward, making him worthy of consideration by teams prioritizing the best players and those needing good position-specific players. If Anunoby shows reasonable growth offensively, he could be the two-way player the Blazers lack.
- + The wingspan is very good, which is his selling point
- + He has good physical coordination and helps finish around the basket
- + Fairly fast lateral movement has the hardware to be a good defender
- + Already have an NBA-level physique
- + Defensive ability and defensive potential are his selling points, with the ability to defend multiple positions.
- + Predict the passing route and can block the passing route
- + He stands tall and is a good shot blocker
- + He has good field vision and can make some good passes
- + He has the ability to shoot open threes and has the potential to be a shooter
- + Very fast-paced, can play fast breaks
- - He doesn't know his role on offense and sometimes feels overwhelmed on the court
- - They need to strengthen the ball need to strengthen their ability to create offensive opportunities.
- - The shooting posture needs to be fine-tuned, the shot is a bit slow, and the arc is flat.
- - The low post skills are very rough and need to be practiced
- - Good rebounders, but there is still room for improvement in their rebounding ability
- - Despite being known for his defense, he can be a little slow at times
- - The free throw percentage is only 52%, and the shooting ability is questionable
- - The center of gravity of the dribble is too high and will not protect the ball
- - ACL tear could hurt his draft stock
- - The technology is still relatively rough and needs to be polished.
- 91Caris LeVert - 91 OVR
- Season 2 › Glitched
- OFF: 87 | DEF: 96 | POS: SF/SG
- HT: 6'6 | WT: 204 | Add: Nov 21, 22
- Attributes: 2772
- P&R Wing, Isolation, Cutter
- 1 21 18 2
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Quick Analysis: The huge weight is naturally a burden on the body, but Zion reached a bounce of 104cm. His huge body's excellent bounce and strength allow him to drive his opponent to complete the dunk easily. They are allowing him to complete a wonderful alley-oop dunk after a sufficient run-up. Zion is another inheritor of actual violent dunks after James. He is also growing rapidly towards becoming a superstar, but Zion's advantages and shortcomings are too obvious. Talent burst. What he presented to people is such a rookie, but his strengths and weaknesses are equally prominent. If he can't correct his shortcomings, he may reach the peak when he debuts.
- + Physically strong, Williams is not afraid of any confrontation
- + Free throw percentage is better among post players
- + A good choice in cover for teammates
- + Defensively, Williams is also a solid player
- - The first flaw is the height. In the center position, the height is low.
- - In terms of shooting, fans may be confused by his high shooting percentage, but his shots are mostly concentrated near the basket and in the middle distance, and he doesn't like three-point shooting.
- - Williams' athletic ability is relatively poor.
- 88Ziaire Williams - 88 OVR
- Season 2 › Glitched
- OFF: 88 | DEF: 93 | POS: SF/PF
- HT: 6'9 | WT: 185 | Add: Nov 21, 22
- Attributes: 2683
- Cutter, P&R Roll Man
- 0 14 11 0
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Quick Analysis: In terms of templates, Williams has been compared to George, who is now playing for the Clippers. As the former No. 1 small forward in the United States and a five-star high school student, Williams has talent and potential. But his thin body, poor confrontation, etc., are all aspects he needs to improve after entering the NBA.
- + The data of the joint trial training shows that Williams is about 2.08 meters tall, which is very tall as a striker/wing player.
- + Williams has light feet, good bounce, and often performs aerial work; he has a top sense of balance, can change speed and direction comfortably, and create room for himself.
- + Although the offensive efficiency is relatively low, Williams still shows a certain ability to dribble and shoot. He can make emergency stop jump shots, step-back shots, etc., and his shooting movements are relatively smooth. He has the potential to be a great scorer if he can fix his shooting skills, and his free throw percentage is a positive indicator (nearly 80 percent).
- + Williams is a skilled ball-handler with decent ball-handling skills who can run the pick-and-roll with the ball. He has a wide court vision and is a score-first style, but he is also willing to feed his teammates.
- + On the defensive end, Williams can use his length and length to his advantage in judging opponents' passing lanes and disrupting their shots and passes. Williams' mobility and lateral movement are good, and he has a degree of ability to protect the rim, which gives him the potential to be a good defender.
- - Williams is 2.08 meters tall but weighs only 86 kilograms. His lean body frame limits his prospects for gaining weight and muscle, which will determine his upper limit on both ends of the offense and defense.
- - Williams lacks explosive power, is thin, weak, and has poor confrontation. He will choose a more difficult throw or layup when he hits the basket to avoid confrontation. He is average at the end of the transition attack.
- - Williams needs to fine-tune his shooting posture (high release point) to make his shots smoother and his shooting movements clean. Strengthening shooting stability can also help improve his offensive efficiency.
- - Williams still needs to balance offensive and passing decision-making, improve shot selection, make kills, and get to the free-throw line.
- 88Joe Harris - 88 OVR
- Season 2 › Glitched
- OFF: 90 | DEF: 81 | POS: SG/SF
- HT: 6'6 | WT: 220 | Add: Nov 21, 22
- Attributes: 2619
- 3 PT, Hand Off, Cutter, P&R Ball Handler
- 0 17 4 0
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Quick Analysis: Joe Harris is a pure shooter, similar to the previous Korver. Joe Harris' three-pointers are very accurate when the game intensity is not high and the team is going smoothly. At one point, his three-point shooting rate reached 50%. He is a rare three-point shooter, which is very in line with the requirements for shooters in the small ball era. This kind of performance is not worthy of his big contract. Originally, Joe Harris' experience was very inspirational. From being ignored by the Cavaliers to getting a big contract with the Nets, it is very admirable. But judging from his performance in this playoffs, he is not very suitable for the Nets. The goal of the Nets is the championship. A shooter who missed the playoffs is not what they need.
The most questioned point of Joe Harris is that he cannot resist pressure. Unlike Thompson, a top shooter who can create his own shooting opportunities, he cannot guarantee a three-point shooting rate in the face of a strong defense. He can guarantee his super high three-point shooting rate largely due to the space created by Harden and Irving. You can play in the regular season, but in the playoffs, after the intensity comes up, the star will be completely unable to solve the problem when his performance is threatened. This is his limitation.
- + Accurate shooter
- + Quick jump shot
- + Tough style
- + Very aggressive defensively
- + High basketball IQ
- + Unselfish
- + Physical advantage
- - Athletic ability is average
- - Low defensive ability
- 88Isaiah Stewart - 88 OVR
- Season 2 › Glitched
- OFF: 85 | DEF: 93 | POS: C/PF
- HT: 6'8 | WT: 250 | Add: Nov 21, 22
- Attributes: 2599
- Post Up Low, Post Up High, Cutter, P&R Roll Man
- 0 14 4 0
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Quick Analysis: Stewart's strongest period was with the Celtics. The ball handling style did show a good performance. In terms of defense, the height restriction has always been to defend against black holes. His strength is estimated to be at the level of the water dispenser in the NBA. Due to injuries and age, his athletic ability has been greatly reduced.
Stewart's solid frame, shoulder width, and wingspan are quite acceptable, and he already has the physical confrontation with NBA players. Stewart played a lot of high-intensity games in college. He's full of energy, mobile, aggressive running, and rebounding. Whether facing the basket or backing the basket, he is handy and shows good coordination and efficiency at the last moment. Stewart is an aggressive defender who can defend the post, send blocks, and excel in the zone defense.
- + Stewart has a solid frame, shoulder width, and wingspan are quite good, and he already has NBA player-level physical confrontation.
- + Stewart played a lot of high-intensity games in college. He was energetic on the court, with good mobility, actively running and grabbing rebounds.
- + From the perspective of playing style, Stewart is a full-fledged traditional insider. He has a variety of offensive moves in the penalty area and is good at low-post attacks. Nice efficiency.
- + Stewart is an aggressive defender who can guard the post, block shots, and is great in the zone.
- - While physically strong, Stewart lacks the size to be an elite big man and doesn't make up for it with his leaping ability to make up for it.
- - Stewart's lack of explosive power affects his scoring efficiency and second offensive opportunities at the basket, and he needs to be tougher to complete the finish.
- - In college, Stewart did not show a stable shooting level. He made less than 35% of his jump shots last season.
- - Stewart always likes to attack when he has the ball in his hands. Last season, he averaged less than one assist per game (2.2 turnovers); when he chose to pass, the accuracy was questionable, and more of them were forced passes.
- - Due to factors such as height, Stewart's frame protection performance could be better. His perimeter defense is also struggling, especially when facing pick-and-rolls, relying more on energy and vitality than lateral speed.