Are you looking for the highest-release jumpshot base to date in NBA 2K23? In this guide, we'll discuss the Ray Allen base and all the accompanying stats. We'll look at the shot speed, front challenge, and side drift, so you can make an informed decision when choosing your base.
Ray Allen's base has a shot speed right around the halfway point, just a bit slower than KD's.
This is one of the most important parts of the base, as it determines shot speed, elevation, front and side drift, and how the jump shot fades. Ray Allen's base is right at the middle of the list, just a bit better than Reset. It has a high release. However, its front drift could be better. Compared to KD, it has the same elevation, but its front drift doesn't hold up.
The side drift is the sideways movement of the jump shot when taking a shot. Usually, it goes towards the weak hand. Ray Allen's base has an average side drift at the middle of the list, and when compared to KPJ, which has a low elevation, Ray Allen's front drift is still worse.
Ray Allen's base has a decent shot speed, a good front challenge, and an average side drift. All in all, it's a great option for those who want a high release. Just remember that shot speed and front challenge are only part of the equation-other factors, like how it sets your feet and blends with your dribble style, should also be considered.
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