Before pouring in that valuable VC into your Next Gen NBA 2K22 MyPlayer build, it is extremely important to ensure that you're comfortable with each and every competitive detail you make.
As seen in previous titles in the virtual basketball franchise, maxing out a build takes hundreds of thousands of VC, as well as endless in-game hours to complete. For those who want to make sure they're not missing out on any important hidden attribute thresholds before finalizing their MyPlayer build, here are the dribbling and shooting animation requirements to take note of in NBA 2K22 MyCareer on Next Gen.
NBA 2K22 Pro Dribble Moves and Jump Shot Requirements: Height and Ball Handle
The longer NBA 2K22 is out, the more the community will inevitably figure out just exactly which Finishing, Shooting, Playmaking and Defense/Rebounding Badges are the best to prioritize, as well as what levels are the most ideal to invest your points in to get the best value.
In the meantime, it's best to make sure your build meets all the requirements for the more essential animations you personally would ever want on your MyPlayer.
Pro Dribble Moves
As described on Twitter by NBA 2K Gameplay Director Mike "Beluba" Wang, players will want to make sure their build has at least an 85 Ball Handle and a Height of 6'4" and under. Meeting those two thresholds will also ensure that a build is able to equip all of the dribble moves in the game.