NBA 2K23 Guide: Best Jumpshot for Guards

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One key to perfecting MyCAREER in NBA 2K23 is to hone your jumpshot to maximize floor spacing. This is especially important as a guard as players in that position need to be able to score from all over the court and not just at the rim. In this article, we will be taking a look at how to develop the best jumpshot for guards of various abilities.

First, check out our articles to find out the best Point Guard build or the best Shooting Guard build to get you started.

NBA 2K23 Best Jumpshot for Guards

Elite Shooters (90+ 3 Point Rating)

For the elite of the elite getting the jumpshot correctly can be the difference between being the next Steph Curry and the next Seth Curry. Here’s what we recommend for you:

Base: Steph Curry (shocker right?)

Upper Release Blend: Oscar Robertson (80%) & Trae Young (20%)

Release Speed: Highest possible

Average Shooters (80-90 3 Point Rating)

While you may not drop every bucket at this rating, you can maximise your impact to become a strong outside scorer on a winning team. To do that this is the jumpshot to go with:

Base: Markelle Fultz

Upper Release Blend: Oscar Robertson (80%) & Trae Young (20%)

Release Speed: Highest Possible

The Rest (<80 3 Point Rating)

You’re gonna need all the help you can get to drop buckets but there is a build that’s proven to help you out here:

Base: Aaron Holliday

Upper Release Blend: Dwyane Wade (63%) & Nate Robinson (37%)

Release Speed: 25%

Read More: NBA 2K23 Replica Builds List: All Available Replicas

There is no one definitive best jumpshot for guards but the ones listed above should help MyPlayer’s of various abilities drop shots and contribute to wins in a meaningful way

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A wrestling fan since the age of 3 and a gamer since even earlier Alex Richards brings lifelong experience and passion for both mediums to his writing. He aims to cover the Joshi wrestling scene and Irish wrestling scene better than anyone else and loves to analyze sales charts over at Last Word On Gaming
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