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How to Steal the Ball at NBA 2K19

Posted by Gamerzone 
How to Steal the Ball at NBA 2K19
January 24, 2019 10:34PM

NBA 2K19 is back at it again with the greatest basketball simulator for fans of this game with MT NBA 2K19. As you're on defense, it's a good idea to not forget you could always steal the ball, though.

Whenever you're in your competitor, on protection, you're going to want to get in close to them whenever they have the ball. Then, you should simply press Square on PS4 or X on Xbox One so as to try a steal. Bear in mind your attributes will have an impact on your success rate at this. It is not too easy to pull away. Otherwise it'd be unfair, right?

But once you've mastered it, you are going to make sure that your opponent will need to keep the ball away from you at all costs. Either by moving away, shooting it, or dribbling a storm up.

You'll leave yourself vulnerable to become juked and dunked on. It provides a second of stun on your own player and you are not going to be in a position to do much else in the event that you fail miserably. It'll leave you vulnerable and also a good player will certainly know how to get around you and be certain to leave you in the dust.

That's how you do it, however! Should you need any more help with the sport reddit game discuss, be certain to check our wiki for it. It is constantly getting updated and altered up. If you are interested in asking something straight, leave us down a comment below and we will do our best to help you out.

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