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NBA 2K22 MyCareer Daily Activities and Quests Guide

Here's a breakdown of the daily tasks players should be doing in the City to help grind out their builds in NBA 2K22 MyCareer on Next Gen.
Here's a breakdown of the daily tasks players should be doing in the City to help grind out their builds in NBA 2K22 MyCareer on Next Gen. / Photo courtesy of 2K

For the first time in the simulation basketball series, NBA 2K22 MyCareer on Next Gen invites players to complete a number of daily activities throughout the City in order to earn rewards.

Here's a breakdown of the daily tasks players should be doing in the City to help grind out their builds in NBA 2K22 MyCareer on Next Gen.

NBA 2K22 MyCareer Daily Activities and Quests Guide

In NBA 2K22 MyCareer on Next Gen, there is plenty of grinding to do off of the court this year for those looking to reach Level 40 or 99 overall. Essentially, unless you're playing games in the City or the NBA, here are some of the best daily activities and quests to do if there aren't any 2XP events going on.

Daily Spin Reward

The first thing that players should be doing when they log into the game is spin the wheel for their free daily reward. From skill boosts to VC, only good things can come out of spending a minute or two to locate the wheel. Additionally, for those who have both editions of the game, VC does indeed transfer over so feel free to spin the wheel daily on both gens to get twice the rewards.

"The Music Scene: Marvin's Room" Personal Brand quest

Perhaps the easiest recurring quest to get done on the daily is The Music Scene: Marvin's Room, where Marvin Casteberry of Erick's Vinyl asks your MyPlayer three music trivia questions. The questions he asks are randomly generated in sets, so once you get the first question, you'll be able to assume what the other two are going to be if you have the answers on hand. Get these done to score 1,000 MVP Points and +25 Music Personal Brand points daily.

"You Gotta Start Somewhere: See and Be Seen" Personal Brand quest

Another recurring daily quest to highlight is You Gotta Start Somewhere: See and Be Seen, where your agent Ricky will ask your MyPlayer to put on a "unique outfit" to get your Fashion Personal Brand level up. To accomplish this, simply buy and equip a piece of clothing from an park Affiliation store (e.g. Western Wildcats). Once you have the item, you can reuse it for the quest over and over again by simply having it equipped and running around the City for a little bit. Get these done to score 1,000 MVP Points and +25 Fashion Personal Brand points daily.