Shooting consistently in NBA 2K23 can be a frustrating experience, but with some adjustments and practice, it is possible to overcome the inconsistencies. This guide will provide steps to improve your shooting, including recommendations for jump shots, adjusting dribble animations and shooting badges, and finding your role on the court.
Remove all dribble animations and shooting badges
Start by removing all dribble animations and shooting badges, then add them back individually. This process of elimination will help identify which animations and badges may be throwing off your shot.
Learn about the Dimer Badge and Triple Threat Animation
The Dimer Badge can sometimes throw off shots, while the Triple Threat Animation can speed up your shot if you queue it up at the wrong time. Be aware of these factors and adjust accordingly.
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Find your role on the court
Experiment with shooting from different distances and locations to see where you are most comfortable and effective. Shooting from a limitless range may not be for everyone, so try shooting from closer to the three-point line or even in the corner.
Pay attention to your shot and animation
Please pay close attention to your shot and the animation as it plays through. Look for any inconsistencies or issues and adjust accordingly.
Practice, Practice, Practice
The key to improving your shooting in NBA 2K23 is to practice consistently. Set aside time to practice your shot and adjust as necessary.
Jump shot recommendations
For big man builds, try the O'Shea Burset Bass, Giannis Release 1, and Jokic Release 2 with a max speed of 57% Giannis and 43% Jokic. For smaller builds, try the Tobias Harris base, Rudy Gay Release 1, and Duncan Robinson Release 2 with max B 60, Rudy Gay 40, and Duncan Robinson. Alternatively, try the Lamello Ball Base, Oscar Robinson Release 1, and Jokic Release 2 with a max speed of 50-50. Try the Ray Allen Base and Oscar Robinson for both releases to extend your range.
Improving shooting in NBA 2K23 takes time and effort, but with these steps and jump shot recommendations, you can become a consistent shooter on the court. Remember to practice consistently and adjust to find what works best for you.
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